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KinkyKatey

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The video on the link says they are releasing a man (after 15yrs) that kidnapped and sexually assaulted an ELEVEN year old girl. I hate to be the violent person on the forum but why don’t they just bury these people yet?
 

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Appeal from Richmond RCMP

In the past month the BCCEC have been meeting with the Richmond RCMP in regard to the ID Checking practice which many have found to be disruptive and dangerous for the confidentiality of sex workers and clients alike.

These discussions are ongoing and have demonstrated that we actually have goals in common, can work to prevent the disruptions of the past and ensure that best practices are employed during interactions with our community.

We will continue to update people about this work.

Currently the Richmond RCMP are working on this case. He is a dangerous sex offender and during our meetings they appealed to us to reach out to the community in search of other potential victims or witnesses.

On December 17, 2019 – the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, the BC Prosecution Service approved 14 charges against 49-year-old Satvir Singh Sanghera of Richmond, BC.

These charges include: sexual assault, administering a noxious substance, assault, theft, fraud, obtaining sexual services for consideration, transmitting intimate images of a person without consent and possession of child pornography.

The current charges are related to incidents which are largely historical in nature.

The Richmond RCMP are asking everyone to search any stored information they have about bad clients and to examine the photo carefully. Any information is useful. The goal is to prove a pattern of behavior on the part of Satvir Sanghera and to further strengthen the case against him.

If you are unsure if it is the same person or if you are uncomfortable contacting police, please reach out to me here via pm or the BCCEC blog with any information you have. Even the smallest details can be helpful to hold criminals like this accountable.

Richmond RCMP has also set up a TIPSLINE to accept information.

The number is 604-207-5185. File # 2018-26315

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Thank you Susie
 

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As a very long term goal, I would like to see all convictions for violent crime result in a life sentence. The judges would save all kinds of time and effort not having to deal with sentencing decisions. Charter rights could be dealt with by eliminating minimum custodial times and letting parole officers decide when the person is no longer dangerous. We would of course need a much better parole system with individual parole officers held accountable for the behaviour of the people they let out on parole. Sounds complicated but it could be far better than the indiscriminate system we have now.
 

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As a very long term goal, I would like to see all convictions for violent crime result in a life sentence. The judges would save all kinds of time and effort not having to deal with sentencing decisions. Charter rights could be dealt with by eliminating minimum custodial times and letting parole officers decide when the person is no longer dangerous. We would of course need a much better parole system with individual parole officers held accountable for the behaviour of the people they let out on parole. Sounds complicated but it could be far better than the indiscriminate system we have now.
All convictions for violent crimes result in a life sentence.... You realize how stupid that is considering north america already has basically the highest incarceration rate in the world... Yet not even close to the largest population per country.. What is you're definition of a 'violent crime' because that statement you wrote is utter BS!! Unless its premeditated/degrees of murder, and even then, theres so much different shit to look at!! Or sexual assault/rape/kidnapping.. Nothing else is justified as violent or to have life in prison.. Growing pot could very well be labelled as a 'violent crime'! So they deserve life?. That statement is just naive.
 

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As a very long term goal, I would like to see all convictions for violent crime result in a life sentence. The judges would save all kinds of time and effort not having to deal with sentencing decisions. Charter rights could be dealt with by eliminating minimum custodial times and letting parole officers decide when the person is no longer dangerous. We would of course need a much better parole system with individual parole officers held accountable for the behaviour of the people they let out on parole. Sounds complicated but it could be far better than the indiscriminate system we have now.
Not to mention the part about parole officers being the judge of someone if their dangerous anymore or not lmao... You know how easily those officers can be bought and bribed off just like that.. You cannot hold somebody accountable for that either.. You can act however you want locked up, you could be the politely person jist to get the officers to let u out. Doesnt mean anythings changed.. Terrible idea, even more people would get locked up for no reason and now face life instead. You clearly havent been in or around the system to say some of the stuff you did..
 

Thehouse

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I suggest that everyone attend a few trials in a court room. Most trials are open to the public. Small Claims and Supreme court down on Robson.
It's a real eye opener, nothing like Judge Judy and gives you an entirely different perspective than what is reported in the news.

ICBC cases always have lawyers.

Divorces are weird ,not just because of the absurdity of what is being talked about but because chances are you will be the only one in the audience that has no connection to the participants. Or you'll be the only one in the audience period.

Juvenile court can be heart breaking to see such young people in trouble with the law and already having a history of various crimes.

The Surrey 6 trial was very high security, the one time I attended ,they emptied my pockets before entering the court room and returned them when I left.
It was like airport security.

One of the classic moments was when a father was asked why he wasn't paying child support for his son.He replied it was because he didn't have a job.
When the judge asked why he wouldn't get a job, he replied that if he got a job the money would go to child support.

It's very slow ,boring to watch any trials but there are a few minutes when it can get exiting.

Murder trials aren't something that you can watch from beginning to end in one day. Whereas some small claims court cases can be seen beginning to end in one morning fairly often.
 

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The video on the link says they are releasing a man (after 15yrs) that kidnapped and sexually assaulted an ELEVEN year old girl. I hate to be the violent person on the forum but why don’t they just bury these people yet?
Because lawyers judges and do gooders would not have a job at least not as many.
 
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