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From: "phil osborn" <email@example.com>
> >BTW, I think we could also require insurance as a condition for parole.
> >way harmless people would be let out, while dangerous people would be
> >impossibly high insurance rates.
> In such a society, if it's profitable to rehabilitate a criminal, then
> someone will probably make a business out of it. If a particular person
> refuses to change his predatory behavior, however, then, when he or she runs
> out of resources to finance it, they will find their freedom so curtailed
> that merely to survive will require making deals at very unpleasant terms -
> reflecting the risk they pose to anyone who chooses to deal with them at
> all, a good lesson if they will learn it, and an example and deterent to
Not everyone is in prison because the have predatory behaviour.
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