In the United Kingdom being CHARGED with a crime is different to being CONVICTED. Being charged means the Police have enough evidence to believe you have committed a crime, to be convicted means that in the eyes of the court you committed the crime.
I would prefer for the legal system to bring this man to justice and to face the harshest of sentences available if Bridger is convicted, rather than make sick recommendations to the government.
I pointed the above out to Craig who then showed his true colours by posting the following:
Rant over. Goodnight Craig!