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Drastic Action Required To Deter Home Invaders

SAYS GREY POWER LAW AND ORDER SPOKESPERSON TERRY HAWKEY

THE CONTINUED ACTS OF HOME INVASION AND BASHING OF THE OCCUPANTS ARE A BLOT ON OUR COMMUNITIES

THE NEED FOR DRASTIC SOLUTIONS IS HERE AND NOW.

ALL POLITICAL PARTIES SHOULD COMMIT THEMSELVES TO A MORE RADICAL SOLUTION WHICH SHOULD INCLUDE REAL HARD LABOUR AIMED AT COMPENSATING THEIR VICTIMS .

GREY POWER SAYS THAT IT IS TIME TO SERIOUSLY CONSIDER;

BRINGING BACK THE BIRCH FOR THIS TYPE OF CRIME.

TIME TO HUMILIATE THE OFFENDER BY PLACING THEM IN THE OLD FASHIONED STOCKS..

TIME FOR DRASTIC PENALTIES TO FIT THE CRIME AND ERADICATE THE PROBLEM

GIVING THE OFFENDERS A TASTE OF THEIR OWN MEDICINE IS SORELY NEEDED AS A DETERRENT.

LONGER SENTENCES ARE NOT WORKING, LIFE INSIDE IS TOO SOFT, ITS TIME TO TOUGHEN UP.

AS THE PUBLIC DEBATE GROWS SO GREY POWER WILL DEBATE THE NEED FOR GOVERNMENT POLICIES AIMED AT PROTECTING ALL KIWIS IN THEIR OWN HOMES

DESPERATE SITUATIONS CALL FOR DRASTIC MEASURES .

THIS IS THE MESSAGE TO THE INCOMING GOVERNMENT

TERRY HAWKEY

Grey Power Law and Order Spokesperson

07 348 8172

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