Makes me sick
Especially since these guys have zero empathy zero compassion.
You worked hard to buy such a watch, they like it and take it.
And the stab wound? They’ll probably blame that on the victim; hadn’t he resisted they wouldn’t have had to stab him.
The world upside down
What I find even more disturbing is that in many virtually all countries in the so-called western rich world, the police have simply not enough resources to catch those guys. Often it’s considered “small crime, no priority” which equals “call your insurance and get over it” thus paving the way for the bad guys.
Just one word: sickening.
Fortunately I live in a country where crime rate rally is very close to zero. Reason? Most answer: “must very tough punishments”.
No that’s not it. The main reason is that virtually every crime gets solved. Police can tap in on any surveillance cameras and they simply catch the bad guys quickly.
It’s not so much severity of punishment that scares them off. The change of getting caught s of bigger concern.
Apologies probably to political and any moderator can edit or remove this post but had to get it of my chest
(And I belief many of you silently agree)
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Makes me sick
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