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Thread: The Deffinition Of Murder

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    That's exactly the reason why I'm against it.
    But I would still want my revenge if my loved ones were involved.......

    Just curious here, but would you prefer death, or life inprisonment?
    Life can be a looooong time in there.....

  2. Lounge   -   #32
    Depends if perp is guilty.
    I would choose death ,but in the form of suicide and not
    by hand of others.
    If your innocent you allways keep hope,..?

  3. Lounge   -   #33
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    Good Point Skillian... valid arguement.

    Like I said, just my thought on the matter.

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    Originally posted by Bender@5 March 2003 - 22:36
    Right, how many were executed in the US, turning out to be not guilty after all?
    What do they say then: sorry, made a little mistake?
    How many have been guilty, but have gone free to repeat their crime?

    What do they say then? Sorry?
    things are quiet until hitler decides he'd like to invade russia
    so, he does
    the russians are like "OMG WTF D00DZ, STOP TKING"
    and the germans are still like "omg ph34r n00bz"
    the russians fall back, all the way to moscow
    and then they all begin h4xing, which brings on the russian winter
    the germans are like "wtf, h4x"
    -- WW2 for the l33t

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    I have very ambiguous feelings on this matter.
    However, I would rather see 10 guilty people walk free, rather than one innocent man executed.
    ....Except if one of those ten harmed my family.
    But what really boggles my mind, is that the state won't execute a sick convict.
    If a person has the flu for instance, they will postpone the execution until he's cured.
    I read they gave someone a new heart first, before executing him...
    (have no proof of this, but I think it had something to do with cruel and unusual punishment)
    And oh yes, suicide is strictly forbidden too.
    Don't you dare take matters in your own hands!!!
    The state, and nobody but the state will kill you.
    Crazy people, those Americans.
    On the other hand, what to do with people like Bundy, Dahmer and Berkowitz?

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    But what really boggles my mind, is that the state won't execute a sick convict.
    If a person has the flu for instance, they will postpone the execution until he's cured.
    I read they gave someone a new heart first, before executing him...
    (have no proof of this, but I think it had something to do with cruel and unusual punishment)
    I didn't know that. It does seem cruel and unusual.

    So not if they're sick, but it is fine to execute someone who is mentally ill? This has been done numerous times. I don't have the evidence but I'm certain it's true. There is a very interesting chapter about all this in Michael Moore's new book. Some of it is quite disturbing.

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    Originally posted by Skillian@6 March 2003 - 05:10
    I didn't know that. It does seem cruel and unusual.

    LOL, no.
    The state considers it "cruel and unusual punishment" if a convict is sick when he's executed. So they cure him first, kill him later.
    Personally, I think it's just a waste of money, especially in the case of the heart transplant.
    Somebody else could have use it a lot longer than just for a few weeks/months......

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    :"> Ok I see

    But it does seem cruel to nurse a man back to health only to kill him And unusual!

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    Exactly.
    Cruel and unusual either way.

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    i actually support capital punishment if there is way more than enough evidence (DNA PROOF IS A MUST) to prove the suspect guilty.

    keeping sickos and psychos in jail is a waste of tax dollars, i say get rid of people who would rather kill than live a nice life.

    remember minority report? they might've fucked up a couple times, but there was no murder...

    but i think to put some on death row, you need lots of DNA proof etc.

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