Flossy1978 wrote:I've seen a documentary on prisons here too....
I guess it depends on the prison. But in the documentary I was watching, they lived in houses and did all kinds of things. They had it better than us poor folk who go out to work and live in !"#¤% little flats LOL.
They're all about reforming even the worse of the worse of inmates. In that way it's good. But from watching the documentary I did, I wanna go to prison LOL.
Matt90 wrote:I believe that Finland (and the other Nordic countries as well) are dealing with crime the right way. It may seem expensive and it may seem to others that the prisoners are "living in luxury". But remember, most of these people are let out again, and of course we would like for them not to commit more crimes - it makes it safer for all of us. Besides, I think everyone deserves a second chance. Even criminals.
Upphew wrote:Although 4th or 5th chance might suggest that person would be better off behind bars.
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