87. Too Soft on Crime

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No one knows for sure, but some experts that half of the crimes committed in the go unreported. Half of those reported never result the criminal being found. Half of those in the criminal is found never result in convictions. of the convictions result in reduced or full . Half of the full sentences eventually become reduced because of "good behavior" or overcrowded prisons that in early releases.

“The problem,” said Wyatt Earp, retired police officer, “is that punishment is not enough or severe enough. All they get is slap on the wrist. Too many judges are on criminals. We need to change the law that there is an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. Even criminals understand pain.

“If I were president, I would do things to teach these punks a lesson. Prisons have no heat and no air-conditioning. Let the freeze in the winter and bake in the . They would get one peanut butter and jelly for breakfast, for lunch, and for dinner. This we don’t have to worry about prisoners using to injure guards or other inmates, or dig of prison. And no crunchy or organic peanut either—only the cheap stuff. Their only beverage would water—no soda, milk, coffee, or tea. And no bottled water, either. Their water would be straight the faucet.”