Inmates riot at low-security prison in England


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The prison houses up to 500 offenders with less than two years remaining on their sentences to prepare them for release.

Prepare them for release - what with snooker rooms and pool halls, yeah right - way to get them ready for release into society isnt it!!

And as you can see this preparation seemed to have worked as now these inmates will be able to intergrate into the ranks of the rioting university students like the ones who attacked charles' and camilla's car.

Atleast these inamtes received some traning and skills while in prison. haha.

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Let them live in it like it is, if they want to live in conditions like that then fair enough, if not they can clean it up themselves. Scum

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Seems they are ready for release back into British society. They appear to be ready for a soccer match riot. Maybe they can riot over tuition or domestic terrorism. Sounds like they can help the country get back to normal.

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all a plot to provide more contract work for the pool room, the snooker room, and the mail room contractors for the new year. Part of the infrastructure economic revival plan.

That's pretty cool though - criminals have their own clubhouse. Nice. Your tax dollars at work.

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Put them all back into maximum security prisons with extended sentences and a bill for the damage.

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