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Thai child trafficker sentenced to record 374 years in jail

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On 10/18/2019 at 8:09 AM, legend49 said:

Ridiculous the sentence handed out. No one can serve 374 years, why not just say life imprisonment and never to be pardoned. Yet Mr Hiso in Mercedes Benz kills innocent people gets a small fraction of jail time.

Perhaps you didn't understand the article. Being sentenced doesn't mean they will serve a life sentence because there is a 50 year cap on time in prison here

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On 10/18/2019 at 7:37 AM, ChipButty said:

Who said he's getting out?

The Thai courts after 374 years.

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It is important to know whether he will be jailed and deported for overstaying after the completion of the 374 years. 

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It's definitely a world wide problem but whats the answer?

I was just reading in the UK 10 pedophiles got locked up last month one of them a Police man  

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So this guy committed horrific crimes against humanity...children who are innocent and he got 374 years in prison which is approximately 2-3 life sentences if his physical health is good. The guy is a sick, demented <deleted> and is lucky someone hasn't killed him yet. Ross Ulbricht...an Eagle scout (creator of the Silk Road website 2011) was trying to make humanity a better place (freeross.org) and was really, really pissing off the big, gigantic banksters and drug war profiteers at the highest levels and he is now doing his 7th year in a maximum security prison with a similar sentence of 2 consecutive life sentences plus another 40 years without the eligibilty of parole.  Where is the <deleted> justice???

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