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'entirely unforgivable' crime.

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'entirely unforgivable' crime.

Terrified homeowner who stabbed burglar to death tells how he used carving knife in 'fencing match' ...
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Three others, Christopher Troy, Martin Jamieson and Wesley Gibbons, were jailed today for what the judge described as an 'entirely unforgivable' crime.

I'm just wondering what could be deemed as a 'partly unforgivable' or even a 'forgivable' crime Undecided

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Re: 'entirely unforgivable' crime.

I've noticed a change recently in the way judges treat householders who defend themselves and their property.  I think it's a good thing that they are now receiving the backing of the law.
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Re: 'entirely unforgivable' crime.

They have the right idea in Oklahoma: http://www.wtop.com/?nid=209&sid=2693539
Not only was the woman not prosecuted for defending herself and her child from intruders, the accomplice is being charged in relation to the death.
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