Jordan Blackshaw, left, and Perry Sutcliffe-Keenan, both pleaded guilty to using Facebook in attempts to fuel riots in Cheshire. They have been jailed for four years.
I have to wonder if four years of community service might not be a better option for rioters who weren't guilty of assault or greater offenses. If someone was sentenced to community service and they failed to fulfill their requirements, the courts could then fine the individual and have the fine directly garnished from the individuals wages. What do you think?