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post #21 of 39 (permalink) Old 01-11-2009, 11:29 PM
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I highly doubt that someone who has the ability to do what he has done is going to have sorrow or even realise that what he has done is wrong. (God I'm being an ass tonight, shoulda just ****ed that ugly chubby girl.)
Meh I think they should just kill him. But going by the laws in america, its obvious to me that he could never be rightfully executed here.

wait what? blah blah blah talking some random dude killing some people or some bs w.e but you missed out on ******* an ugly chubby girl? dude come on gotta get ur priorities straight.

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So on a lighter topic, it's gotta ******* hurt ripping your eyes out...


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Yeah that's pretty crazy I don't know how anyone could do that to themselves.
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post #26 of 39 (permalink) Old 01-12-2009, 01:07 AM
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It actually costs more to kill them then keep them in prison for life generally but tx doesn't care about that.
I still can't imagine how... personally I think it's totally untrue. If a guy lives for 50 more years at 30,000 a year to live... or an injection of shit once to kill him... there's just no way it could cost more. even with 1 appeal, with nobody should be able to get more than.

How could it possibly cost more to keep a guy alive? besides that the industrial prison complex is designed to make piles of money keeping people in prison forever..

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This is just ridiculous...I mean our justice system is absolutely retarded. A judge decides on hte guy's sanity. Not a trained professional, but even if we had a trained professional decide on it they would be hired and employeed by the state as well and that means overworked and underpaid. Therefore, they would also probably find the same as the judge with no training.

As for this particular case, the guy wasn't necessarily insane because of what he did. That is not how the law reads. It is what he was thinking when he did it. If he knew it was wrong, then he is guilty as a sane person. If he didn't he is not. If he is "crazy" then he is not fit to stand trial and he is treated in a professional asylum (or other correcitonal medical facilty) until he is. Then he would stand trial as a regular citizen.

MJB...the insanity defense is used very rarely and even less often used successfully. The movies and TV really overexxagerate the effectiveness of it. There is absolutely no way you can pass psychological examinations my multiple professionals unless you are very skilled at many things not to mention knowledgable.


On another note, since when did liberals become the new conservatives with all this "protect [insert group here] from [insert anything]" shit?

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How could it possibly cost more to keep a guy alive? besides that the industrial prison complex is designed to make piles of money keeping people in prison forever..
How is the "industrial prison complex" designed to make money, when they rely on the goverment for funding? I remember when I finiished my program all the major penitentiaries had a hiring freeze because the goverment wasn't putting enough money into it. If you're referring to the private super jails then you might be right but their accounting is not made available to the public. So how do you know that they make "piles" of money?



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I still can't imagine how... personally I think it's totally untrue. If a guy lives for 50 more years at 30,000 a year to live... or an injection of shit once to kill him... there's just no way it could cost more. even with 1 appeal, with nobody should be able to get more than.

How could it possibly cost more to keep a guy alive? besides that the industrial prison complex is designed to make piles of money keeping people in prison forever..
Most of the costs associated witht the appeals is what makes it more expensive.

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