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    Originally posted by snaw
    I'm curious as to how you propose to enforce arresting a citizen of another country, in that country, where presumably this isn't illegal.

    Personally getting her back sounds like a result, and I'd be all for prosecting, but I suspect that's a whole different can of worms.

    Sorry my neuron wasn't up to simple job of making the connection from you asking who's paying for it, and why is it our job to the blatantly logical step of stating why don't we prosecute. I bow to you your superior debating skills and insightful reasoning on this one.

    /amateur.
    Ask the Yanks, they've had some UK lawyers and bankers extradited, something about Enron, as terrorists...

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  • snaw
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    Originally posted by Churchill
    Ok, here we go again for the hard of thinking.

    The whole process of forced marriage and certainly that of a UK Citizen who is a minor should be outlawed. If we are so het up on her(the 11 year old girl concerned) rights then we should arrest the people responsible for this breach. Not play to the audience and just bring her back to the UK.

    An example should be made such that this abhorrent(under-age forced marriage) practice ends.

    Snaw, perhaps you should stick to discussing football and leave the topics that require more than one neuron, alone. You're just not equipped.
    I'm curious as to how you propose to enforce arresting a citizen of another country, in that country, where presumably this isn't illegal.

    Personally getting her back sounds like a result, and I'd be all for prosecting, but I suspect that's a whole different can of worms.

    Sorry my neuron wasn't up to simple job of making the connection from you asking who's paying for it, and why is it our job to the blatantly logical step of stating why don't we prosecute. I bow to you your superior debating skills and insightful reasoning on this one.

    /amateur.

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  • Churchill
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    Originally posted by snaw
    Now you've lost me.
    Ok, here we go again for the hard of thinking.

    The whole process of forced marriage and certainly that of a UK Citizen who is a minor should be outlawed. If we are so het up on her(the 11 year old girl concerned) rights then we should arrest the people responsible for this breach. Not play to the audience and just bring her back to the UK.

    An example should be made such that this abhorrent(under-age forced marriage) practice ends.

    Snaw, perhaps you should stick to discussing football and leave the topics that require more than one neuron, alone. You're just not equipped.

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  • sasguru
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    Originally posted by Churchill
    We should've made arrests!
    What law is being broken? I think here we have the solution. All marriages under the age of 25 should be banned.

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  • snaw
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    Originally posted by Churchill
    We should've made arrests!
    Now you've lost me.

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  • Churchill
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    Originally posted by snaw
    I thought we rescued a British born child, who lived here for 6 years according to that report. You might have a point if it was just some random child with no connection to Britain, but clearly this isn't the case in this example.

    What should we have done Churchill when this was reported?
    We should've made arrests!

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  • snaw
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    Originally posted by Churchill
    Why are we paying our government to be the world's social workers?
    I thought we rescued a British born child, who lived here for 6 years according to that report. You might have a point if it was just some random child with no connection to Britain, but clearly this isn't the case in this example.

    What should we have done Churchill when this was reported?

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  • Churchill
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    Originally posted by snaw
    And your point is what?
    Why are we paying our government to be the world's social workers?

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  • snaw
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    Originally posted by Churchill
    "It's something that should not be happening in the modern world - it's not a respected cultural or religious tradition."
    And your point is what?

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  • Churchill
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    Originally posted by SallyAnne
    I'm a ginger woman!
    Yeah, sorry, I forgot that bit.

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