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Find the bad apples.

With reference to the letter, 'Don't treat people in debt like criminals' (GDN, September 17), I agree with him in all respect, except the fact that "all people in debt try their best to clear it".

Some do, but there are some who don't bother if they are not subjected to strict laws.

Think of the people who lend property/money, they will be in serious trouble. The problem is to find out which is the rotten apple and which is not.

I think the law should give them a chance to clear their debts and if they don't, they should be put behind bars, so they don't repeat it.

Abey Joseph

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Publication:Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)
Date:Sep 25, 2011
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