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posted 6/8/2013 3:26:30 AM |
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  sawduster

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I started to post one more blog Friday evening, but it didn’t want to post, so I'm thinking we are now limited in the number of daily blogs we can post. If that is the case, I can see why, and don't have a problem with it. If not, Then my dander is a tad ruffled. But it don't matter anyhow. Next week, not many are even going to remember what was put in here, if that long.

I'm doing this up Friday evening, and am posting it after midnight just to see what happens.

I posted a link to the Night Stalker, and expressed my opinion of why the death penalty should be used more often. He was a very good example of why. There was a case in Louisiana when I lived down there that would also warrant it's use. As have so many lately. But will the individuals that caused so much pain, for so many people get their just dues? I guess it depends on how fond you are of letting them live.

I'm not well schooled enough on why these persons brains work the way they do. I'm just one of the people that winds up living with the fear they create. And I'm tired of it. Here is my idea for 1st degree murder. 1 body, 25 to life, 2 bodies, you never see the outside again, 3, fire up old sparky. How complicated is that? And since there has to be a review and appeals follow up, if it isn't done in 3 years, the case stands as judged. It won't do anything really to ease the prison populations, but it might give a few second thoughts about doing it. The only good thing about the increased Federal involvement in crime is the new technology to catch criminals, with less chance of them getting the wrong one. It will still happen. Don't get me wrong there, but it can also free a few innocent people as well.

I have my own thoughts on why this is happening, and it isn't just the increased media coverage that is bringing these stories to light. And to avoid a fight here, I will keep them to myself. As I know it will just raise controversy. If you really want to know, you can e-mail me and ask, I'll be glad to tell you that way. But not here.

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countonit

Jun 8 @ 4:21AM  
The system is bogged down with legal adjudications. I'll make it short, and they should as well. FIRE UP OLD SPARKY. We could use the space.
Wordsofwit

Jun 8 @ 8:13AM  
Here is my idea for 1st degree murder. 1 body, 25 to life, 2 bodies, you never see the outside again, 3, fire up old sparky. How complicated is that?

On most anything when somebody does something wrong, even to something like an S/O going to bed with somebody, I ask myself at least two questions:
Did they do it?
If so, will they do it again?

Even under my simple reasoning lined out above, it is quite an easy decision with no complexities when it comes to the fate of a serial killer.

I realize that this is an incomplete response and doesn't really address the point(s). But, except to say I don't buy into a simple automatic "one size fits all" approach on much of anything, I am not inclined really debate any of this or spend much time on it
StraddleMyNose

Jun 8 @ 9:05PM  
Yeah, I posted on one of your blogs over there about that idiot.

Death penalty is needed, especially in cases like this.
theSkwirl

Jun 10 @ 2:25PM  
This issue, sic, has come up in my home town. A man I grew up with, love as a brother, worked for his mother... etc.. got wasted and beat a cop to death. that was 20 years ago. Now the parole board wants to turn him loose. Opinion is about half and half that he should be let go.

As for me, I dunno. I love the guy, but what he did was heinous, and had the violence been an isolated incident, I could happily say yes... but it wasn't. He has a history of violence.

I understand his family wanting him to come home, but I feel for the family of his victim, the twin sons born 2 months after his death, who will never know their father.

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