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http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/live-lostprophets-ian-watkins-sentenced-6415935

"n addition to his 29-year sentence, Mr Justice Royce handed Watkins an extended licence of six years, meaning his total sentence will be 35 years. He will serve two thirds before he can be considered for release."
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#2
as long as 29 = 29.
EDIT

29 = 35 is also acceptable.
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#3
he's not going last very long

"oi you nonce we're gonna stab you"

"i'm not a nonce i'm the singer in lostprophets"

"lostprophets were shit we're gonna stab you twice"

"yeah that's fair, i was a shit singer"
#6
Good. Filthy piece of shit.
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#7
So, judging by the English Judicial system, he'll be out in...10 years?
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#9
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So, judging by the English Judicial system, he'll be out in...10 years?


24 years before parole
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#10
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24 years before parole


But since when does 24 years = 24 years. I ****ing hope to God he's in for the full 35 years, but...
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#13
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But since when does 24 years = 24 years. I ****ing hope to God he's in for the full 35 years, but...


No in this instance 35 = 24...
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No in this instance 35 = 24...


29 = 24

The 35 years is 29 in jail, 6 on licence.

Whilst I can't say I hope he gets the shit kicked out of him constantly whilst behind bars, I can certainly hope that he doesn't not get the shit kicked out of him whilst behind bars.
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#16
29 = 19?
Although I'm not sure what the 6 on licence entails.
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#17
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http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/live-lostprophets-ian-watkins-sentenced-6415935

"n addition to his 29-year sentence, Mr Justice Royce handed Watkins an extended licence of six years, meaning his total sentence will be 35 years. He will serve two thirds before he can be considered for release."



They should hang him. He is an unrepentant paedophile and needs removing from the gene pool.
#18
Quote by ProphetToJables
29 = 19?
Although I'm not sure what the 6 on licence entails.

It entails that, at minimum, 24=35.
#19
He'll probably be segregated with all the pedo's in prison but someone will get him, given the fact that this case has made his name more famous than it ever was, it will be a competition among the inmates to see who can f*ck up the celebrity first.
#20
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They should hang him. He is an unrepentant paedophile and needs removing from the gene pool.

I'm sure he'll save them the effort.
#21
So the other day I had my music on shuffle while I was doing the washing-up. Lostprophets came on and I couldn't be arsed drying my hands and going to change it, so I listened to it. I listened to the whole damn thing.

Am I a paedo now?
#23
Listening to them doesn't make you a paedo Johnny, just let the kids go and stop blaming the music

The only Prophets song I really cared about was Shinobi Vs Dragon Ninja

And that's cause of the fecking title
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#24
for those who are going to cry about him being out in 5 years or some other bollocks, he will serve 2/3rds of 29 years before being eligible for parole. So at a minimum he'll be serving around 20 years. Then if he gets out before the 29 years, he will be on license for the remainder of his 29 year sentence, plus another 6 years.

Being on license can mean a lot of different things, but it usually means adhering to certain restrictions e.g. curfews, checking in at a police station every so often, staying away from certain areas/people etc. If he violates the terms of his license he goes back inside.

To put that in context, his sentence is potentially a few months shorter than he's been alive.
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To put that in context, his sentence is potentially a few months shorter than he's been alive.


The thought of that terrifies me. When he gets out he'll have spent half of his entire life in jail.
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#27
I really hope there is such a thing as karma, this man deserves no mercy.
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#28
Well i hope every minute of his sentence is hell.Im also glad that those vile women got long sentences.
#29
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Pedophiles should be castrated because when he gets out he's still going to be a pedophile.


Him having no balls isn't gonna stop him from being a paedo...
#30
Dammit people, 29 years, 35, 24... what's the difference? The point of sending people to jail is A) creating a sense of justice for the victims AND B) setting an example for other people

I promise you in like 6 years tops people aren't gonna remember who this guy was. Hell, if he manages to last I'd be surprised if he even remembers himself. Society will have been rid of his shitty music for at least a quarter of a century and judging by the way things are developing right now it's gonna take a few more years for him to assimilate afterwards

Imagine if you will being a guy in his mid 30's who happens to do something horrible... in 1988. Remember that time? Cold war going on, no free internet porn, people rocking out to Poison and Ratt (Warrant not even around yet), the word 'terrorism' still associated with Irish blokes primarily, half the movies in the theatre starting with 'Police Academy'...

Now picture yourself leaving your jailcell after having been there for a long, LONG time (and I mean Nelson Mandela long): you're a guy in his 60's who's experienced the meaning of 'butthurt' like very few of us have, no one knows who you are (or cares), your friends and family -or what's left of 'em- don't want anything to do with you: basically you're all alone in this crazy 'the government is watching you fap through your webcam' world where the only thing people seem to care about is Miley Cyrus' concave butcheeks... and this is where you're supposed to spend to spend the rest of your miserable days and hope to find something that kinda resembles happiness

Now am I saying this douche doesn't deserve what's coming to him? Nope. But the difference between being sent to jail for 2½ decades or 3½ seems a bit trivial. At least when you present people with the option of having a few years subtracted from their sentence you're giving 'em an incentive to become better people while they're serving

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#31
Considering this guy's semi-famous status, I'm surprised I haven't heard any stories of obsessive fans calling for his release.
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Him having no balls isn't gonna stop him from being a paedo...

It'll stop him from acting on it (in theory)
#32
Sometimes,just sometimes-I wish there would be Hell.

Wont hide,hope he gets rammed in prison.
#34
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Considering this guy's semi-famous status, I'm surprised I haven't heard any stories of obsessive fans calling for his release.

It'll stop him from acting on it (in theory)


Why not just remove his dick then? That'd be more effective
...or remove his hands.
...or remove his arms
...or remove his brain.

I guess any of those works.

Also, if I were you I wouldn't worry about his balls once he leaves prison, in the 29 years he has in there I doubt he'll still keep them.
#35
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#36
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Dammit people, 29 years, 35, 24... what's the difference? The point of sending people to jail is A) creating a sense of justice for the victims AND B) setting an example for other people

I promise you in like 6 years tops people aren't gonna remember who this guy was. Hell, if he manages to last I'd be surprised if he even remembers himself. Society will have been rid of his shitty music for at least a quarter of a century and judging by the way things are developing right now it's gonna take a few more years for him to assimilate afterwards

Imagine if you will being a guy in his mid 30's who happens to do something horrible... in 1988. Remember that time? Cold war going on, no free internet porn, people rocking out to Poison and Ratt (Warrant not even around yet), the word 'terrorism' still associated with Irish blokes primarily, half the movies in the theatre starting with 'Police Academy'...

Now picture yourself leaving your jailcell after having been there for a long, LONG time (and I mean Nelson Mandela long): you're a guy in his 60's who's experienced the meaning of 'butthurt' like very few of us have, no one knows who you are (or cares), your friends and family -or what's left of 'em- don't want anything to do with you: basically you're all alone in this crazy 'the government is watching you fap through your webcam' world where the only thing people seem to care about is Miley Cyrus' concave butcheeks... and this is where you're supposed to spend to spend the rest of your miserable days and hope to find something that kinda resembles happiness

Now am I saying this douche doesn't deserve what's coming to him? Nope. But the difference between being sent to jail for 2½ decades or 3½ seems a bit trivial. At least when you present people with the option of having a few years subtracted from their sentence you're giving 'em an incentive to become better people while they're serving


Hes not going into a coma.

They have the internet, press and TV in gaol you know
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#38
Good. What's the license for an extra six mean? Like does each crime or whatever have a maximum sentence but it can be extended in special situations?
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#39
We can all agree on this, someone will make him their bitch and he'll behaving **** every night for a midnight snack
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#40
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Hes not going into a coma.

They have the internet, press and TV in gaol you know


http://www.islingtontribune.com/news/2012/may/sam-hallam-%E2%80%98coming-out-second-punishment%E2%80%99-warns-gerry-conlon-man-wrongly-convicted-ira

That coma metaphor gets used more often than you think: usually by people who did in fact serve for a long time

I know what you're trying to say (and I know I haven't been to jail so I probably don't know what the **** I'm talking about) but if there's one thing former inmates who've served for a long time can tell you about life in prison -besides not bending over and whatnot- it's that watching society (or the distorted representation of it) through a TV screen and actually experiencing it are two very different things. Though I can imagine some adapt better than others

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