Our expert says:
I'm often puzzled by why some criminals insist on covering their faces -- and why the police allow this or even seem at times to encourage it. Maybe during a trial, if there is a possibility of witnesses being asked to identify the guy, they'd not want him to be able to claim they were only recognizing him from news pictures. But once he's convicted, shouldn't the public have the right to see him ( and they might identify him as someone involved in other crimes ) ? And, considering our porous prisons, isn't it a safeguard for the public to see what such a repeat offender looks like, to be better able to identify him if he escaped, to protect themselves ?
Where such criminals are, as is quite often the case, a psychopath, they characteristically feel no remorse, and think of the rest of us only in so far as we could meet whatever they need or want.
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