Maybe It’s Time We Made Breathtaking Naivety A Criminal Offence?

Miss Breha only learned of his past during his trial. He had so many convictions it took prosecutors 15 minutes to read them out.

The Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Police Act 2014 gave police the power to request a criminal behaviour order in cases of domestic violence, forcing offenders to tell officers every time they begin a relationship so police can warn new partners about them.

So, it’s the fault of the police she hooked up with a thug?

But Miss Breha, who had a five-month relationship with Iheanacho, was never contacted by police or made aware of his appalling past after they met through a mutual friend as he was being released from prison.

Wait, so, she knew he’d been to prison?

‘It’s a joke,’ she said. ‘I just wish I’d known. I knew he had been in prison, but he said he was innocent.’

/facepalm

‘I was so naive. He would come over and help Alex with homework. I trusted him. He had his own kids. I never imagined this would happen. Something should have been done with someone like that.

Yes, it should. But sadly, we stopped doing it too long ago. You see, the bleeding hearts who insist that criminal thugs are ‘redeemable’ would prefer not to do what needs to be done.

And that’d be fine, if only people like you weren’t so utterly dim that you get yourselves – or, in this case, your children – killed.

9 comments for “Maybe It’s Time We Made Breathtaking Naivety A Criminal Offence?

  1. Mudplugger
    July 24, 2017 at 9:10 am

    Maybe that Darwin chappie was onto something after all – seems like she was from the shallow-end of the gene-pool, so limiting its continuation may have evolutionary benefits.

    • Errol
      July 24, 2017 at 8:53 pm

      Well, her child is certainly dead.

      Let’s say that again, shall we? A repeat, dangerous offender, with a history of physical violence was released from prison. Why? What was the judge thinking? Were they thinking? Did they care about society at all? It was obvious he was going to reoffend. Now someone has died, a poor defenceless little boy.

      Yes, his mother is stupid beyond measure, but why was the option to meet him even available? Why wasn’t he flayed, flensed, castrated, branded had his tongue torn out then blinded and chained to be forgotten by society in a sewer?

      Why was he continually released? Why waste police time on him? Just remove him from society to die a painful, unpleasant and very slow death.

  2. rapscallion
    July 24, 2017 at 11:44 am

    “Yes, it should. But sadly, we stopped doing it too long ago. You see, the bleeding hearts who insist that criminal thugs are ‘redeemable’ would prefer not to do what needs to be done.”

    Yup, that pretty much sums it up for me.

    You’ve got to admit, repeat offenders and gullible idiots make one hell of a winning combination!

  3. JS
    July 24, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    The pictures are educational.

    The “gangsta” posing, the swigging spirits from a bottle while half inside a car driving seat, the frightener of a dog, the “Doggy Style, the Bitches Love It” tee-shirt…

    How could anyone have guessed he wasn’t the reincarnation of David Niven?

  4. Hereward Unbowed.
    July 24, 2017 at 1:07 pm

    How far have you fallen, how low can you go, how desperate do you have to be before a lass would even give a second glance to such as Iheanacho, never mind I sure he was a great ^^^^ but who was doing the ^^^^ing – wada ya think?

    • rapscallion
      July 24, 2017 at 3:27 pm

      Its simple. Women always go for the “exciting” guys. They “get off” on it apparently?

      • Hereward Unbowed.
        July 24, 2017 at 4:24 pm

        yeah, Nilsen, Sutcliffe, Bronson all receive [d] thousands of letters from ‘fans’ femme.

  5. July 24, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    It seems to be some sort of a pattern; but, one must wonder if their senses were so dulled by ‘love in the air’ that they just failed to notice the savagery just underneath the surface.

    As my example shows; the dozy cow went back for seconds

    • Hereward Unbowed.
      July 24, 2017 at 7:13 pm

      “the dozy cow went back for seconds”

      And that takes the story from an incomprehending but very distant gallery agape, to – totally beyond any reasoning.

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