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Hey About a month ago me and two others were taken by security guards at Primark in London because of shoplifting. I tried put a pair of sunglasses in my bag for my buddy and the other tried to take clothes for about 20£. The last one didn't know about this but he was prosecuted too. After a moth (today) I got a letter from RLP (as expected) and it tells me I have to pay 218.78£ for the incident, I think the others got the same amount. The sunglasses I had in my bag was fit for resale and all the other clothes was too. Why should I be charged this much? Also, I am from Norway and I live here, can RLP do anything to me other than spamming me with mails? After reading a bit I have found out that the police in England can't do anything to me unless I live in England, and because I live in Norway only the norwegian police can arrest me if it ends like that. I also know that you only get a warning for shoplifting ATTEMPTS here in Norway if you haven't done anything criminal before. I need help here, me and the others have talked about this but I just want to be sure. I am not willing to pay almost 220£ for this.
I always respected Norway, the people are smashing and they give us a tree every Christmas, but all that as gone out the window now and I think they have just announced themselves to the world as a criminal santuary and shown themselves to be stupid. That nutter who murdered 20 odd people has been given 21 years with a minimum of 10 years and minus the time he has already spent in custody. No wonder he broke out into a big grin when they announced he had got away with it. If I was a member of one of the affected families I would be setting up a movement to make this a minimum of 21 per person to run consecutively. Bloody 'ell, I thought the justice system in this country was crap but Norway has just shown themselves to be the friend of the criminal and made themselve the laughing stock. Any other country would pass that sort of sentence on a person for speeding.