In the wake of the bombings in Belgium this week—and increasing criticism of officials for their inability to thwart those attacks—police in the last 24 hours have made at least four arrests in a series of raids in Belgium and four other countries across Europe.
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Just came across this gem of an article that concisely sums up the problem. It should be republished every week.
My intention is to have you state the sources for the studies you claim but fail to list. If you list the studies for which you claim so much, I can check into them. That's all.
Damn, Belgium is worse than many African countries,. Maybe much more so.
In my non-professional opinion, your article is Award Winning worthy, whatever the journalism world dictates. If I could, I would grant you the Pulitzer Prize!
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/19th-century-belgian-law-allowed-bombing-suspects-to-go-free/ar-BBr5Q2E?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=U348DHP ...Outrage that these characters were back on the street and able to do this rather than finishing their sentences. But of course exactly the same happens too often in the U.S. Some countries don't give time off for "good behavior" ( considering that it was at gunpoint...) but do give extra time for bad behavior. ...The Japanese won't offer parole to an illiterate...but will teach him to read and write while he is in prison if he is willing. Something that our system might consider... -Yankee Papa-