Monday, February 20, 2012

Pro-hanging Labour councillor wants to be Leicestershire's police commissioner

We last came across Sundip Meghani as one of two Labour councillors from Leicester who backed the return of the death penalty:
"It's a complicated issue but I'm in favour of capital punishment in some circumstances. I think it may be wrong to restrict the death penalty solely to the murderers of children and police, because that gives some lives more value than others. But multiple killers should be eligible for execution."
Now comes news from the Leicester Mercury that he fancies being the county's first elected police and crime commissioner:
"It's such a big and important job, I'm giving it the consideration it deserves."

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