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Title: Restoration of the death penalty
Comments: So there we are, the tally of local murders rising at uncontrollable rate, and our politicians are still playing at politics. They do not seem to understand the urgent need to restore the death penalty here, and cannot explain in detail why they cannot or would not do so. Why are they delaying the decision to restore the death penalty and commence the hanging of those already convicted killers?. This will immediately stem the flow of the murders and discourage much of the lawlessness generated and associated by the failure of our politicians to stem the flow of murders in this nation. They can no longer allow the rulings of the Privy Council or the Civil Rights organization to dictate to them how to administer the legal aspects of this independent nation when to do so is causing the unnecessary lives of our citizens and creating long lasting damage to the reputation of our nation.Not only that, the majority of our citizens are now demanding that the death penalty be reinstated. The Civil Rights movement in particular has made an abundance of errors and misjudgements were harden criminals are concerned which they have so far failed to correct. They must be held responsible for their actions which is causing the increase in serious crimes all over the world. They have encouraged crime to flourish by introducing rules as regulations in the defense of killers and hardened criminals. The implementation of these rules and regulations have also made lawyers millionaires by criminals hiring these lawyers to defend them using the legal protocol of the Civil Right movement to prevent the criminals from receiving their due and rightful retribution. As for the tie to the Privy Council I am beginning to wonder whether there is some financial link between the government administration and the Privy Council where the government have to pay for their advice and services. Knowing the widespread involvement in financial corruption here, could there be some ongoing financial gain by way of 'kick backs' to officials here by retaining and using the Privy Council as our legal advisers?. It has been recently disclosed that the encouragement of local crime has become a money spinner for many officials on this island.Perhaps the politicians could explain to our citizens what is causing the delay in restoring the death penalty .