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Old Oct 25th 2012, 1:21 am
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That's the word I will use to describe the person(s) that did this......

A friend of a friend, recently had his wife killed in a road accident, caused by a guy on a three-day drug binge driving dangerously and caused a truck to roll over, killing his wife.

Moving forward to this week, the poor guy went court and saw the guy only get 6 1/2 years in prison for killing his wife. (I should also add they found hand grenades in the car, after he had ran away from the crash scene) Surely that should have worth another year or two?

Getting to the point of my post.... the poor guy arrived home from court to find he'd been burgled and the first thing they noticed missing, was all the photo's of his wife!

Unbelievable how hard life can be for some....
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Old Oct 25th 2012, 1:25 am
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It doesnt in any way make anything better but it just seems to be the horrible world we now live in. Horrible things have always happened but now it seems they go largely unpunished and the perpetrators have more rights than the victims. It's very sad.
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Old Oct 25th 2012, 1:42 am
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Shit like this has always happened, it's not a new phenomenom. Chances are it was a scumbag mate of the accused, knowing full well that the friend would be out of the house for most of the day. Photo frames are easily flogged for a few bucks to buy more drugs. Sucks big time.
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Originally Posted by h2oskineil
That's the word I will use to describe the person(s) that did this......

A friend of a friend, recently had his wife killed in a road accident, caused by a guy on a three-day drug binge driving dangerously and caused a truck to roll over, killing his wife.

Moving forward to this week, the poor guy went court and saw the guy only get 6 1/2 years in prison for killing his wife. (I should also add they found hand grenades in the car, after he had ran away from the crash scene) Surely that should have worth another year or two?

Getting to the point of my post.... the poor guy arrived home from court to find he'd been burgled and the first thing they noticed missing, was all the photo's of his wife!

Unbelievable how hard life can be for some....
That is very very sad for this man and his kids - (someone posted about the case on here).

I bet the scumbag read when the courtcase was on, figured the house would be empty and took full advantage. Disgusting.

I read in The Australian about a funeral where a similar thing happened, read the death notices then rob the place, you wonder what the hell happened to respect.
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Old Oct 25th 2012, 9:50 am
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Very sad.

The car park at the local crematorium (Pinaroo) is notorious for cars getting broken into when the owners are attending funerals. There's always smashed car window glass on the ground when you visit. Unbelievable!
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Old Oct 25th 2012, 12:46 pm
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Originally Posted by h2oskineil
That's the word I will use to describe the person(s) that did this......

A friend of a friend, recently had his wife killed in a road accident, caused by a guy on a three-day drug binge driving dangerously and caused a truck to roll over, killing his wife.

Moving forward to this week, the poor guy went court and saw the guy only get 6 1/2 years in prison for killing his wife. (I should also add they found hand grenades in the car, after he had ran away from the crash scene) Surely that should have worth another year or two?

Getting to the point of my post.... the poor guy arrived home from court to find he'd been burgled and the first thing they noticed missing, was all the photo's of his wife!

Unbelievable how hard life can be for some....
I've said it a million times but if you want to kill someone and get away with it do it in a car and claim it was an accident. I think it's a hangover from when only the elite could drive cars and it didn't matter if they run down serfs, but sentences for killing people in cars are always fantastically small.

If this had been my wife I'd take that guy down permanently the day he got out of prison.
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yikes , I didnt know you could hire hit-men in Oz , Is there a strong mafia presence there ?
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Originally Posted by Zen10
If this had been my wife I'd take that guy down permanently the day he got out of prison.
You could drive him over, but just make sure that you're pissed first then you can claim you didn't really mean to do it. Probably just a stern ticking off for that one
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Originally Posted by h2oskineil
That's the word I will use to describe the person(s) that did this......

A friend of a friend, recently had his wife killed in a road accident, caused by a guy on a three-day drug binge driving dangerously and caused a truck to roll over, killing his wife.

Moving forward to this week, the poor guy went court and saw the guy only get 6 1/2 years in prison for killing his wife. (I should also add they found hand grenades in the car, after he had ran away from the crash scene) Surely that should have worth another year or two?

Getting to the point of my post.... the poor guy arrived home from court to find he'd been burgled and the first thing they noticed missing, was all the photo's of his wife!

Unbelievable how hard life can be for some....
Thats just F***ed Up
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Originally Posted by Zen10
If this had been my wife I'd take that guy down permanently the day he got out of prison.
I think I probably would too mate.
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There is scum everywhere I am afraid.

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