Our Leniency, and the Necessity of Punishing Crime

Over at The Epoch Times, our good doctor takes to task the general leniency of the British criminal justice system as he analyzes the recently passed Harper’s Law.

A few years ago, an eminent British criminologist said, or admitted, that criminology was a century-old conspiracy to deny that punishment had any effect whatever on criminal behavior.

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