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Not really any more complicated that. It is just simply not the case.
The human rights act in fact demands that there is finality of sentence.
The public at large really live in fear in this country anyway. In fact, the rate of crime is really quite low and the rate of serious crime is minuscule.
Also, of course some of the people accused of crime, in particular rape, are innocent and entitled to be released and should never been in prison. In fact, their accusers should be in the dark.
Can I clarify anything for you?
That does not concern the public at large.
That concerns on individual member of possible a member of a very small group of people.
Not sure "fear" is the right word really anyway. More sorrow and grief.
there is a very small chance of being a victim of crime in this country anyway.
Well, anybody may be afraid of anything.
A person does not have a claim against the government because they fell afraid.
Living in fear takes it's normal English meaning and has no relevance to the HRA.
Degrading treatment involves the state's conduct towards individuals - eg. torturing prisoners. The UK really does not commit breaches of Art 2.
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