Thursday, December 27, 2007

Tiger convinct was held in low-security, country-club facilities

Posted By on Thu, Dec 27, 2007 at 2:30 PM

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By Nancy Grace

Three young men, enjoying a trip to the zoo on Christmas day. Suddenly attacked by an escaped tiger. A case of random violence at the hands of a wild, unpredictable animal? Or further proof of the danger of LENIENT SENTENCING?

Sure, zookeepers say this tiger was secured in captivity. But a moat and a 20-foot wall apparently weren’t enough. The fact is, this tiger had a history of violence. It was responsible for the deaths of THOUSANDS of wild boar, roe deer and salmon. You cannot allow a vicious predator like this to frolic freely in a controlled habitat!

If this story isn’t an indictment of low-security country-club detention facilities, I DON’T KNOW WHAT IS. This wild jungle cat needs to be BEHIND BARS, and since that was clearly not enough, those bars should have also been behind a second or third set of bars. There are few law enforcement problems that cannot be solved with more bars (although most of those can also be solved easily with a lot of yelling).

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