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Former nurse-turned trust chief guilty of fraud avoids jail


It's a shame there are not enough places available in prison for white collar crimes. A spell in prison, even just a couple of weeks, could have been used to bring her face to face with the harm that insufficient mental health funding has upon vulnerable people. I think the judge missed an opportunity here but she does look pretty and I'm sure she would have looked ever so, ever so remorseful. Perhaps next time a high head one is fraudulent the authority which sentences might put the criminal into prison? - Just for a short spell and definitely not long enough to make "pals" who they could ultimately use and abuse as what that type calls "low life."

Posted date

14 March, 2017

Posted time

4:04 am