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Death penalty

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by imported_Tesseract, Mar 6, 2002.

  1. Death penalty

    Discussion started by imported_Tesseract - Mar 6, 2002

    Most fucked up thing ever...I dont want to stand only at the moral issue but mainly on how you feel about Death penalty on countries that have very complex and 'sophisticated' law systems.
     
  2. vinyl junkie

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    vinyl junkie - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    you ever heard that expression: 2 wrongs don't make a right? killing someone because they killed just doesn't make sense to me...
     
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  3. imported_Tesseract - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    facts

    75 countries and territories have abolished the death penalty for all crimes
    ! 14 countries have abolished the death penalty for all but exceptional crimes such as wartime crimes
    ! 20 countries can be considered abolitionist in practice: they retain the death penalty in law but have not carried out any executions for the past 10 years or more
     
  4. ASER1NE

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    ASER1NE - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    i dont thinks its applicable for just your ordinary run of the mill murder .......but if youre one of em psychos that killed like alot of ppl , or kidnapped and killed children...........im all for it , and fuck the painless injection shit , bring back the firing squad you sick mother fucker
     
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  5. imported_Tesseract - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    Aser, i hope you're joking
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  6. High Priest

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    High Priest - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    "When a human kills. he is a criminal and, under the human law has to be punished to the degree to wich a nation has scaled evil, depending on sensitivity or callousness. When charles manson killed many people American insensitivity allows him to continue his life in prison, that he may not be molested by the human society. How mant times should sub-humans like him be executed? As many thimes as they have killed? Then manson is above the human law and thus saved from justice.

    Do we reproach a wolf, a hyena if it kills? do we think them criminal ? If a dog with rabies attacks a child, we do not not sue in court, but simply kill the offender. The semi-humans who kill kill kill are not criminals, but dangerous animals and justice with human consideration does not apply to them. They should be simply eliminated with out the process of the law, being a economic burden on society as it is. "

    -Szukalski "Behold the protong!"

    ( I normally wouldnt let any one speak for me but i think this pretty much encomappses anything i would have said as it is..)
     
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    tue skinny - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    yah .... people who commited murder of some sort. should have the same murder done to them. or just blind folded against a wall. and people just shoot em
     
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    REGULATOR - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    i think 70 years in solitary confinement is far worse than the death penalty....TIMOTHY MCVEIGH GOT OFF EASY...HE SHOULD BE IN A BLACK CELL WITH ONE LITTLE HOLE TO LOOK OUT OF, AND FOR DINNER HE HAS TO EAT BABY LIMBS..ok im done:)
     
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    dELiSs - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    i think its wrong to kill someone for killing someone. madness i tellyah. ahhh but yea people can change throughout time and what if theres a situation like ...somebody was guilty for killing somebody but it really wasnt them that commited the murder. they get sentenced to death and a few years later they find the real killer or somthing. then what? the family would be pissed and that would make the accuser look stupid and yea it would suck
     
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    MR BOJANGLES - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    fry em' if they deserve it...just my opinion
     
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    nocalfr8tr - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    don't bring drugs to malaysia

    in malaysia, its a mandatory death penalty for trafficking drugs. when i was filling out the customs card on the train just as we got to the malaysian border, the bottom in red had a little reminder. then, at the border, there was another sign at the train station. while on the island of peneng i picked up a newspaper and a guy had just been caught trafficking E, and sure enough, he was going to be sentenced with the death penalty. i still smoked weed there tho, cause its only trafficking and not a little possession...that gets you gassed...im sure they are more brutual there, tho...maybe
     
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  12. unoprimero

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    unoprimero - Replied Mar 6, 2002

    the death penatly is a very controversial issue. . .
     
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    TEARZ - Replied Mar 7, 2002

    taken from the website of the national coalition to abolish the death penalty:

    Nearly 90% of persons executed were convicted of killing whites, although people of color make up over half of all homicide victims in the United States.
    In Illinois, Oklahoma, and North Carolina killers of white victims are four times more likely to receive the death penalty than the killers of black victims. In Mississippi, they are five times more likely; in Maryland, they are seven times more likely.
    A glance at the gallows or the prosecutor’s docket will verify the problem:

    As of January 1, 1997, African-Americans made up 11 of 13 people executed by the state of Alabama
    African-Americans make up half the death row populations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Delware, Mississippi, and Virginia. Over two-thirds of the people on death row in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Louisiana. More than 3 out of four people waiting to be executed in Federal and U.S. Military prisons are African-American.
    60% of the persons on death row in California and Texas are either Black, Latino, Asian, or Native American.
    90% of the people U.S. Government prosecutors seek to execute are Black or Latino.
    Historically, two out of three persons executed in the U.S. for crimes they committed as children have been African-American. Since 1900, as lynching declined, this ratio jumped to three out of four.
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Mar 7, 2002

    http://www.littledebbie.com/Images/New/easter.gif'>
    "its cold out there"
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Mar 7, 2002

    tearz coming with the sickness.