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Liang Zhao named as Braddon murder victim.

By johnboy 8 August 2011 33

The Canberra Times reports that the alleged killer in Braddon last week has fronted court, but cannot be named.

The killer allegedly stole $21 and a mobile phone from 27 year old Liang Zhao.

The matter is back in court in October, the accused has not applied for bail.

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cleo 3:20 am 12 Aug 11

I’ve been told the two scumbags came from the public housing flats across the road, so these predators saw the victim walking along the footpath, and decided to take the machete and baseball bat, premeditated. They deserve everything that’s coming to them.

mac87 6:16 pm 11 Aug 11

Ben_Dover said :

colourful sydney racing identity said :

Agreed. Based on what I have read, i am inclined to believe they are guilty, but, I prefer to wait on the judgement of a court rather than joining the lynch mob *ahem* ‘rest of the choir”

Hmmm… again you try to make something outy of nothing.

There has not been a single call for these scum not to have a proper trial.

There has not been a single call for these scum to be lynched immanently.

There has not been a single call for these scum to be denied due process.

It’s very poor form for you to try to blame everyone else for your inability to grasp the concept of; “blindingly obvious things which do not need stating.”

+1

Ben_Dover 5:03 pm 11 Aug 11

But there again, you also quote 278 words of other peoples posts, resulting in a huge post, and give a five word reply to it. 🙂

Ben_Dover 5:01 pm 11 Aug 11

colourful sydney racing identity said :

Agreed. Based on what I have read, i am inclined to believe they are guilty, but, I prefer to wait on the judgement of a court rather than joining the lynch mob *ahem* ‘rest of the choir”

Hmmm… again you try to make something outy of nothing.

There has not been a single call for these scum not to have a proper trial.

There has not been a single call for these scum to be lynched immanently.

There has not been a single call for these scum to be denied due process.

It’s very poor form for you to try to blame everyone else for your inability to grasp the concept of; “blindingly obvious things which do not need stating.”

dpm said :

colourful sydney racing identity said :

*If* they are guilty FFS.

Bwahahahahaha! Thanks, I needed that laugh! 🙂

Seriously though, even looking at the basic facts we’ve been given, it doesn’t take a rocket surgeon to join the dots on this one. But, by all means, let’s postpone the conversation until it is proven ‘beyond reasonable doubt’. Then people can talk about what they do or do not deserve, with no complaints…?

Agreed. Based on what I have read, i am inclined to believe they are guilty, but, I prefer to wait on the judgement of a court rather than joining the lynch mob *ahem* ‘rest of the choir”

dpm 2:07 pm 11 Aug 11

colourful sydney racing identity said :

*If* they are guilty FFS.

Bwahahahahaha! Thanks, I needed that laugh! 🙂

Seriously though, even looking at the basic facts we’ve been given, it doesn’t take a rocket surgeon to join the dots on this one. But, by all means, let’s postpone the conversation until it is proven ‘beyond reasonable doubt’. Then people can talk about what they do or do not deserve, with no complaints…?

Ben_Dover 12:46 pm 11 Aug 11

colourful sydney racing identity said :

Could you please?
That way I can save my lecturing on the fundamental legal principle of innocent until proven guilty and devote my time to arguing against captial punishment if they are indeed found guilty.

‘k thanks.

Well seeing as it was only you who who didn’t seem to accept “*If* they are guilty” was a given, you could save yourself a lot of heartache by singing with the rest of the choir.

Ben_Dover said :

colourful sydney racing identity said :

*If* they are guilty FFS.

Most of us thinking people accept that is a given.

If you wish, I’m sure we can spell it out for you each time we post, so’s you don’t get all upset about it again.

Could you please?
That way I can save my lecturing on the fundamental legal principle of innocent until proven guilty and devote my time to arguing against captial punishment if they are indeed found guilty.

‘k thanks.

Ben_Dover 12:15 pm 11 Aug 11

colourful sydney racing identity said :

*If* they are guilty FFS.

Most of us thinking people accept that is a given.

If you wish, I’m sure we can spell it out for you each time we post, so’s you don’t get all upset about it again.

GrimRaider 11:30 am 11 Aug 11

I agree. I think that once they have crossed a certain point, they relinquish any ‘human right’ they had. It’s a shame we don’t have a penal system similar to that in the movie “Papillon’ – French Gyana club med!!!

*If* they are guilty FFS.

Yeah, they probably arrested them for the fun of it and it is all a mix up! (Can’t help my sarcasam this time I am afraid!)

The Frots said :

mac87 said :

Mental Health Worker said :

Devil_n_Disquiz said :

PBO said :

Condolences to Liang Zhao’s family in this terribly sad time. I hope that justice is swift and harsh with this person.

+1

Would this also be a good time to revisit the whole trying of someone as an adult or child debate? At 17 years old there should be little doubt this mongrel knew what he was doing.

Yeah, and let’s just execute them now, and save the expense of a trial.

If you want to try a 17yo as an adult, and name them in court, then perhaps you should also give them the vote, and the right to buy alcohol and cigarettes. etcetera etcetera.

MHW

Yeah, we should definetely support this scum bag’s human rights. Who was supporting Liang Zhao’s as he walked down a public street when this disgusting creature decided to take his life FOR 21 DOLLARS AND A PHONE.

Seeing as you’re a big proponent of human rights let’s talk about them. This poor young man was violently murdered and he will never vote again, never have to right to buy alchohol or cigarettes ‘etcetera etcetera’. In fact, he’ll never be able to fulfill any of the hopes and dreams he held because his life was prematurely taken by a person who had total disregard for anything other than his needs or wants. This teenager was old enough to commit an adult offence and he’s old enough to face adult consequences.

I agree. I think that once they have crossed a certain point, they relinquish any ‘human right’ they had. It’s a shame we don’t have a penal system similar to that in the movie “Papillon’ – French Gyana club med!!!

*If* they are guilty FFS.

The Frots 1:57 pm 10 Aug 11

Ben_Dover said :

Watson said :

I always find it very disconcerning to hear so many expressing the view that human rights are something that needs to be earned or deserved.

Human rights are balanced by human responsibilities. If you abandon the latter, do not expect the former.

I hope these two will be kept away from the community for a long time as they clearly pose a danger to others. But I do not wish them to be treated like animals.

Me neither, animals deserve compassion, these scum do not.

Well said – they don’t!

Ben_Dover 1:34 pm 10 Aug 11

Watson said :

I always find it very disconcerning to hear so many expressing the view that human rights are something that needs to be earned or deserved.

Human rights are balanced by human responsibilities. If you abandon the latter, do not expect the former.

I hope these two will be kept away from the community for a long time as they clearly pose a danger to others. But I do not wish them to be treated like animals.

Me neither, animals deserve compassion, these scum do not.

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