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Making a quickie last twenty four hours — 4 Comments

  1. It's a strange court prohibition; but maybe the police know something about that man's character and sexual history that we ordinary punters can't know until further court proceedings have taken place.

    • It is very strange.  What are the police supposed to do with the information?  Do they call on the woman and have a chat?  That would make for a nice bit of foreplay?

  2. This is some new order that plod can make if he thinks that the "perp" got away with it (aka acquitted, case dropped for lack of any evidence, allegation was false all along, etc). It has the advantage, like the "ASBO" (anti-social behavior order) of not needing any evidence and allowing criminal penalties to be imposed for something that isn't a criminal offense.

    It's on the same theme as the current UK thinking, briefly stated thus:

    "There are some crimes, and these include terrorism and sex crimes, that are so serious that lack of evidence, or mere innocence, should be no defense"

    Fun, eh?
     

    • So expanding on that logic anyone wishing to plant a bomb should give the police 24 hours notice?  That makes a lot of sense.  Maybe they should roll it out further and say that anyone thinking of committing any crime should give notice of the fact?  That would save an awful lot of trouble and detection.  The place would be crime free in no time.  Or within 24 hours anyway…..

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