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8.30 Tagging multi offending youths with electronic computerised collars
I direct someone designs an electronic collar, with an external radius of 66cm that makes a noise everytime it gets near:
The noise must be such that it doesn't annoy those sitting around the collars, only those that are wearing them. There is one exception to this - if the collar gets to within 6 metres of another, I want very loud alarms to go off on both collars.
I direct these Elizabethan looking collars should be fitted, at the full discretion of the courts on any multi-offending youth guilty of his or her third offence.
Let the multi-offending youths get a headache everytime they attempt to take part in normal teenage activities such as talking on the phone, watching TV or listening to music.
Let multi-offending youths keep away from other similar criminals for two reasons: one: the court order says so and two: they'll end up with a migraine from the squealing.
To those who feel such punishment deterrent is cruel, let them think about the victims of the crimes. Remember, if the multi-offending youth just reads, perhaps his school homework, he won't get a headache.
Oh, and those who feel such punishment deterrent will embarrass the poor little "cherubs", let them stay at home in shame. At least they won’t cause much more trouble or create more victims of juvenile crime.
I commend a recent initiative by the Sovereign tribes of Australia that forced young arsonists to confront burns victims in specially prearranged hospital visits. Let others follow this example.
I also commend tribes that use voice recognition telephone technology which ensures young offenders are where they are told to be.
As of today, I direct laws that protect youths from having their names and photographs published should be changed. Expose any youth, child or not, guilty of their third criminal offence. Name them, shame them and protect the local population from further crimes by these animals.
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