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Death Penalty For Criminals, Agree or not?
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000_neji
post Sep 18 2006, 03:38 AM
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We all knew that death penalty has been widely ratified in other countries such as singapore and other Muslim countries but what I want to know is your opinion 'bout it. It is mostly debated in our country if they will approve it or not...As for me,I agree with it...


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post Sep 19 2006, 02:52 AM
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Wahahaha...>:)

I agree with it. All criminals should DIE!!!


Actually... no. smile.gif
Life is important, no matter who or what they are.
Death is not really a punishment anyways... (You die. You feel nothing.)
They should just rot away the rest of their useless lives behind cold bars... ph34r.gif


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post Sep 19 2006, 02:58 AM
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Well,the criminals wouldn't learn if the punishment's way too light.


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post Sep 19 2006, 04:41 AM
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QUOTE(000_neji @ Sep 19 2006, 10:58 AM) [snapback]448302[/snapback]

Well,the criminals wouldn't learn if the punishment's way too light.


But isn't killing people abit over the top? I mean it's not like we'd just fine a murderer $50 instead of execution.

Crimes I think shopuld be Captitol offences;
Pre meditated murder,
Pre meditated Rape,
Any Olsen twin film.

Ofcourse I'd rather stick 'em solitary confinement for the rest of their lives but thats expensive and problematic.


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post Sep 19 2006, 05:14 AM
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the death penalty is lame, costly, and horribly inefficient as a deterrent.

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if someone is horrible enough to be put to death, they aren't human. they should be stripped of their rights and the title of human and demoted to flesh sack with organs who does manual labor for scraps of food...

slave labor is the way to go.


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post Sep 19 2006, 06:29 AM
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All depends on the jurisdition the court has over the defendant. If the crime committed is severe, slavery should be the way to go. If it involves peoples' lives, death penalty may be an option. However, some murderers are insane (read me) and in my opinion, they deserve death penalty. smile.gif

You can't let a mad man who kills and rapes on the loose, can you?! sad.gif


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post Sep 19 2006, 08:21 AM
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Um but what if there was an innocent who didn't commit the crime? And was set up?

We must also know that there are many people who are also being framed or blammed for a crime they did not commit and then there are the acidents...

And what are we acheiving by simply killing the person who has done the crime? Wouldn't it just set off a chain reaction of some sort?

Would it be bad if I said that I do not think that criminal punishment in death sentences is not the way to do it... and that it seems a bit too far... unsure.gif



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post Sep 19 2006, 08:36 AM
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QUOTE(hitokiri @ Sep 19 2006, 08:14 AM) [snapback]448343[/snapback]

the death penalty is lame, costly, and horribly inefficient as a deterrent.

answer?

if someone is horrible enough to be put to death, they aren't human. they should be stripped of their rights and the title of human and demoted to flesh sack with organs who does manual labor for scraps of food...

slave labor is the way to go.

Organ bank.


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post Sep 19 2006, 08:43 AM
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QUOTE(Greeneyes Alchemist @ Sep 19 2006, 11:21 AM) [snapback]448365[/snapback]

Um but what if there was an innocent who didn't commit the crime? And was set up?

We must also know that there are many people who are also being framed or blammed for a crime they did not commit and then there are the acidents...



all good reasons to implement mandatory, focused, penal caloric expenditure to achieve communal improvement; that's slave labor for you dumb people....

you know that, in general, it takes anywhere from 1 to 10 years from the date of initial sentencing for a person to actually get offed right? so while you appeal you can get all toned and buff with our new anaerobic mining workout... burn over 9000 calories in a day!!!

also, accidental murder is considered manslaughter 90% of the time, and i don't think there is a state in the US that does death penalty for manslaughter

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And what are we acheiving by simply killing the person who has done the crime? Wouldn't it just set off a chain reaction of some sort?


exactly how would this happen? its not like me coming into your house at night, killing your family in front of you and you vowing revenge.... you'd have to take down The Man. very few have ever actually done this, both historically and currently, throughout the world. i truly doubt that many people would go as far as a revolution or coup just cause someone they know got fried, hung, gassed, etc....


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post Sep 19 2006, 09:06 AM
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QUOTE(Greeneyes Alchemist @ Sep 19 2006, 11:21 PM) [snapback]448365[/snapback]

Um but what if there was an innocent who didn't commit the crime? And was set up?

We must also know that there are many people who are also being framed or blammed for a crime they did not commit and then there are the acidents...

Would it be bad if I said that I do not think that criminal punishment in death sentences is not the way to do it... and that it seems a bit too far... unsure.gif
Hahas, the juries do consider such stuff. Its written in law that for such actions, the defendant is authorised to a certain defence against the plaintiff.


QUOTE(Greeneyes Alchemist @ Sep 19 2006, 11:21 PM) [snapback]448365[/snapback]
And what are we acheiving by simply killing the person who has done the crime? Wouldn't it just set off a chain reaction of some sort?
I highly doubt it, unless those in relation with the victim takes revenge.


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post Sep 20 2006, 02:58 AM
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Just leave those criminals to get punished in Cloud 9 by the powers that be, or whatever... blink.gif

This is such a typical topic coming from you, 000_neji. laugh.gif Just kidding. Personally, I don't like the idea. No one, not even the meanest, cruelest, most brutal criminal deserves to be put to death. If you're referring about it in our country, well, we live in a Catholic country, right? Why are they even thinking about this, it's written in the 10 Commandments that ''thou shall not kill.'' Fine example this would be, dontcha think? dry.gif


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post Sep 20 2006, 06:08 AM
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If you're referring about it in our country, well, we live in a Catholic country, right?


I asumme you are reffering to Amercia. It's not Catholic, it just has a high majority of them. Seperation of Church and state means America cannot be classed as Catholic or any other religion as far as I'm aware.


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post Sep 20 2006, 01:07 PM
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QUOTE(dantelric @ Sep 20 2006, 05:58 AM) [snapback]448702[/snapback]

Personally, I don't like the idea. No one, not even the meanest, cruelest, most brutal criminal deserves to be put to death. If you're referring about it in our country, well, we live in a Catholic country, right? Why are they even thinking about this, it's written in the 10 Commandments that ''thou shall not kill.'' Fine example this would be, dontcha think? dry.gif


Um...Do you realize the massive amount of people the Catholic church has put to death since its existance?!? Thats half the reason why there still 'alive and kicking'. Back in the day if you wern't Catholic, you would get that wonderful heathen death of being burning at the stake! Look at thoes dammed Crusaeds...

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Isn't the whole idea of death for captical crimes kind of going back to/refering to/using the Hammurabi Code, in a sence. You know, eye for an eye kind of thing. lex talionis for you biblical people...

But then again let me contradict myself here and quote Hammurabi directly about something different:

"If any one bring an accusation of any crime before the elders, and does not prove what he has charged, he shall, if it be a capital offense charged, be put to death."

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No human has the right to take the life of other human, no matter the circumstances.
So yeah I do not Agree with that.


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