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Job seekers had their kidneys stolen when they were lured to fake employment and convinced they required blood tests for that employment: Are 10-year sentences enough for those found guilty of exploiting these victims?

Job seekers had their kidneys stolen when they were lured to fake employment and convinced they required blood tests for that employment: Are 10-year sentences enough for those found guilty of exploiting these victims?
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  • I don't think 10-year sentences is enough for people convicted of stealing kidneys

    The thought of people going as low as to steal someone's kidney is outlandish. 10-year prison sentences is not enough considering the damage they have done to innocent people seeking employment. A minimum of 25 years should be mandatory and even higher for a crime like this against people seeking employment.

  • No, ten years is not enough for the kidney theives.

    There are certain crimes commited where one must ask what kind of person would be able to commit them. Then, considering that these people walk the same streets we do, we must consider not only what the proper punishment may be, but also what it might mean having them free.

  • They destroyed lives.

    The people who did this horrible thing should be put away for life. These job seekers were in a desperate situation. They probably didn't think that they had a lot of choice in the matter. The people who did this destroyed lives forever, so it is only fair that they receive life sentences.

  • Much harsher punishment needed

    Stealing a person's kidney is a very serious crime. Ten years in prison is not nearly enough! Imagine the risks involved when these kidneys were taken. People could have died, not only during the procedure, but also from complications aftwerwards. These people are monsters, and need to be dealt with in a very serious and firm manner.


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