British court judge ruled the release of the woman in the fifty years of age accused of stealing home of her former lover, on the pretext that her incarceration would be more costly to the state treasury.
As published in the "Daily Mirror" British
The source pointed out that Judge Stephen John told Karen McConnell she deserves prison for 27 months, but that would be too costly for the state treasury, they get unemployment allowance subsidies of up to 25 thousand pounds a year of taxpayers' money.
According to the sources, Karen live in a house of five rooms with six of her children and funded by taxpayers all their expenses, and get the benefits of up to 2100 pounds per month.
Ms. McConnell was stormed an apartment her former lover, Barry McKenzie with two other people and stole some of his collection, including a personal computer and a TV, and the smashed glass dishes and cups purchased by him.
The judge ordered John to work Karen 300 hours of unpaid community service over 12 months, and pay £ 910 in compensation and costs.