Caught in the act
Sir -- Last week's paper (Jan 15) carried as a story a series of pictures of a man blatantly destroying a car to get at the goods inside. It was a disgusting display of the brazen attitude criminals in this country have developed, unafraid of the consequences of their actions.
The likelihood is that, because of the detailed photos cleverly taken by your photographer, this man will be caught and the full weight of the law brought against him. However, what good does this do when the law is featherweight at best?
When caught, he will be brought to court to plead a case that doesn't exist.