“Twenty murders have been reported in the first six weeks of the year, almost a third of the yearly average.
But Police Minister Carl Scully says that does not reflect a long-term trend.
He says the state's murder rate has halved in the last 15 years, and the Homicide Squad is well resourced.
"The Productivity Commission itself has said New South Wales leads Australia in terms of resolving homicide investigations," he said.
"In fact the vast majority are resolved within a 30-day period."
I should not write this as I have strong view with simple solution.
If certain: life for life
If not sure life for life but this time in prison, and if new evidence comes to confirm murderer, execution if negative freedom.
At the moment one can commit 3 to 4 murders during natural life, get caught in a meantime, and serve jail sentences.
Very unfair, unless this is how government silently allows for population control (random RU-487 for born ones), which I doubt.