Maybe so , but there still has to be a punishment befitting the crime committed
Which is why I asked the question.
Not only that, ex-prisoners carry that status around with them. Prosepctive employers want to know about your employment history. Insurance forms ask whether you have any convictions. Mr Noye has probably never used a computer but will have to navigate a welfare system that requires online applications. And so on.gov.uk wrote: A life sentence lasts for the rest of a person’s life – if they’re released from prison and commit another crime they can be sent back to prison at any time.
I think the point was a general one rather than specific to Kenneth Noye.
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