Expatica takes a tough editorial line, with thanks to Dutch Cares.
Mohammed B. is a scary individual and society must take whatever measures necessary to ensure he never gets another opportunity to menace the public.
He has made very clear this is precisely what he intends to do if he is ever gets the chance again. And he has made no secret of wanting to die as a martyr for Islamic extremism – just so long as he can take some of those he has branded as enemies with him.
It is anomalous situation, therefore, that we still have to wait until late July to find out what sentence the Jihadist with a death wish will receive for murdering filmmaker Theo van Gogh.
The prosecution service (OM) has asked the judges to jail B. for life because his dogged adherence to Islamic extremism ensures he will remain a danger for a long time to come.
This appears to be the only logical sentence.
Leaving aside the uncertainty of what the judges will do, another of the scariest aspects is the statement from OM that it is “worried” and “afraid” about how B. will behave in jail after the probable conviction and sentence.
Mohammed B. faces a potential lifetime behind bars and yet the people responsible for protecting society are the ones showing fear?
Who is in the driving seat here?…
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