Crush their cars

The Advertiser - - LETTERS -

WHAT does so­ci­ety do about ha­bit­ual dan­ger­ous driv­ing of­fend­ers who flout the law and ul­ti­mately take in­no­cent lives like the beau­ti­ful Falkholt fam­ily on Box­ing Day?

I have an ul­ti­mate so­lu­tion that can’t be en­forced. My sec­ond op­tion is to give them tongs, a plas­tic bag and make them pick up rub­bish from the Simp­son Desert in sum­mer.

Quite frankly, I don’t care what hap­pens to these low-life par­a­sites who have noth­ing to of­fer so­ci­ety, as long as it re­moves them from our roads be­fore any more in­no­cent lives are lost or maimed.

I feel for the po­lice; they are do­ing their job, the courts are hand­ing out the sen­tences, and quite harsh ones amaz­ingly, but the killers’ friends and fam­ily wouldn’t care, they prob­a­bly think it is a big joke.

A so­lu­tion has to be found now. My sug­ges­tion would be to im­me­di­ately im­pound and crush ev­ery car re­peat of­fend­ers are caught in. That would have to have some im­pact. WAYNE HOSKIN,

Brahma Lodge. 12/1/18) to Caleb Bond’s ar­ti­cle ( The Ad­ver­tiser, 11/1/18) is petu­lant and lacks any shred of cred­i­bil­ity.

If he was that dis­il­lu­sioned with the Lib­eral Party why did he not stand as an in­de­pen­dent be­fore the last elec­tion in­stead of as a Lib­eral can­di­date?

Of course, how silly of me – he would not have been elected! He surely can­not ex­pect us to be­lieve that this over­whelm­ing dis­il­lu­sion­ment with the Lib­er­als only reared its head within weeks of the 2014 elec­tion.

No, Mr Hamil­ton-Smith, you saw an op­por­tu­nity for per­sonal gain and ku­dos and aban­doned prin­ci­ples which you had so ve­he­mently pro­moted while a mem­ber of the Lib­eral Party – noth­ing more or less. I for one did not have to meet you to ap­pre­ci­ate the sit­u­a­tion.

Keep up the good work Caleb, your ar­ti­cle proved the old adage that “the truth hurts” KARL CHRIST,

Be­lair.

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