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Capital Punishment

Discussion in 'House of Debates' started by Synical, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. dogtowner

    dogtowner Moderator Staff Member

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    If someone cannot be trusted to not murder, they should be eliminated.
     
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    Colonel Well-Known Member

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    I believe in like for like punishment.

    1. You murder - you are murdered
    2. Your torture - you are tortured
    3. You steal - you have your hands stolen
    4. You rape - your lose your parts
    This is justice.
     
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    Capital punishment should be practiced everywhere; this is the true punishment, knowing you will be destroyed without mercy. Lesser sentences can be brushed under the rug, however, death is final. After you have been destroyed, there should be no dignity, you should be dropped into a mass grave and the corpses burned. This would strike fear into every citizen, knowing that there would be no mercy!
     
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    dogtowner Moderator Staff Member

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    The deterrant effect is lost if justice is not swift as well as sure. If 10-15 years pass its lost.
     
  5. Walter

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    In this order?
     
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    What we found, a long time ago, is that if you go in for killing condemned people, the frequent mistakes of the courts are hard to correct thereafter.
     
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