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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by chaddblue, 15 May 2017.
Google it, it's all there from the 60s
maybe in prison hospital but not in Ashworth, I've personally been to review patients in the Scott clinic (Ashworth), and I've seen the costings, I can assure you that it's nowhere near that amount.
Taxpayers bill for Ian Stewart Brady per item
Cateragory A prisoner for 19 years £760,000
High security psychiatric unit for 28 years £7.6 million
Force feeding for 14 years £3 million
Legal Aid £500,000
Mental health tribunals £250,000
Whitehall administrive and legal costs £2 million
Total Cost £14.11 million
Are you suggesting that a convicted person should not be allowed to challenge the legal system?
I think he answered your question in the quote you used. Everyone should be allowed to challenge decisions - but they should fund it themselves if convicted (refundable if decision is overturned) Why should a legal eagle 'earn' good money defending the undefendable over and over again when it is the tax payer funding the whole charade?
There are many, many no win no fee legal bods out there. How many of them would take on the likes of Brady if their wages depended on getting a result? Not one...... but legal aid? Lots of them lining up to represent him as it is easy money
Apparently, Brady was asked about his, and Hindley's, murderous spree, 'Why did you murder children?'
The answer, 'Existential exercises.'
He was an admirer of Sartre and Nietzsche, two of the original proponents of this philosophy, personally, I
believe him, and her, to be pure Narcissists, driven by an urge to control and indulging in psychopathic sexual
In other words they were a pair of c****
He can't reply to that ,think you've got him by the short and curlies:-)
The thing is those figures are from 2013 as well, there's another 4 years on top, it's actually nearer £16 million