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    Default Death Penalty..

    Unfortunately there's no more death Penalty in the UK..

    What is the situation in the America?

    Are there more states getting rid of the death penalty and introducing life?

    What are your thoughts?

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    Default Re: Death Penalty..

    The UK should bring it back.

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    Default Re: Death Penalty..

    It costs more to keep the death penalty that not have it because of appeals.

    Life imprisonment is worse than a death penalty and it also is helpful if they discover the prisoner never committed the crime afterwards.
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    Default Re: Death Penalty..

    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Unfortunately there's no more death Penalty in the UK..

    What is the situation in the America?

    Are there more states getting rid of the death penalty and introducing life?

    What are your thoughts?
    Ya it seems Florida and Texas pump out executions the most. My state put the kabosh on it. I am against the death penalty as I don't like the government having the power to take life's in an imperfect system

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    It costs more to keep the death penalty that not have it because of appeals.

    Life imprisonment is worse than a death penalty and it also is helpful if they discover the prisoner never committed the crime afterwards.
    The death penalty would be reserved for terrorists, serial killers and long time child molesters. Life rarely means life and some people like prison. There shouldn't be the option to appeal multiple times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaMo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    It costs more to keep the death penalty that not have it because of appeals.

    Life imprisonment is worse than a death penalty and it also is helpful if they discover the prisoner never committed the crime afterwards.
    The death penalty would be reserved for terrorists, serial killers and long time child molesters. Life rarely means life and some people like prison. There shouldn't be the option to appeal multiple times.
    You can still get it wrong.

    For these people life will mean life.
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    Some states have it some states don't.

    I believe the death penalty is a good thing (especially in cases where there's more than 1 eye witness to the crime with corroborating testimony), I don't necessarily like the idea of lethal injection though too much thought given to how humanely a murderer is put down when murderers never show sympathy or mercy to their victims. Hanging is a perfectly fine and ENVIRONMENTAL option as the rope can be reused.


    Charles Manson should have been executed DECADES ago, BTK should have been IMMEDIATELY put down, Brian David Mitchell should have been sentenced to immediate death, Albert Fish should have been IMMEDIATELY executed, Ariel Castro should have been IMMEDIATELY executed instead of being allowed to hang himself in his cell...when there is no fucking doubt about someone's guilt in regards to murder then I personally believe they should be fast tracked to the gallows.
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    Love the reusage of the rope idea..lol

    Wonder how much it cost the British taxpayer to keep Ian Brady alive for over 50 years in prison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Love the reusage of the rope idea..lol

    Wonder how much it cost the British taxpayer to keep Ian Brady alive for over 50 years in prison.
    If he was out he would have lived his life on benefits and that costs the tax payer as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Love the reusage of the rope idea..lol

    Wonder how much it cost the British taxpayer to keep Ian Brady alive for over 50 years in prison.
    If he was out he would have lived his life on benefits and that costs the tax payer as well.
    I have a strong belief in people, I think they can all achieve ergo I EXPECT them to achieve and therefore I'm not a fan of living one's life on benefits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Love the reusage of the rope idea..lol

    Wonder how much it cost the British taxpayer to keep Ian Brady alive for over 50 years in prison.
    If he was out he would have lived his life on benefits and that costs the tax payer as well.
    I have a strong belief in people, I think they can all achieve ergo I EXPECT them to achieve and therefore I'm not a fan of living one's life on benefits.
    I agree but I think he would have had a hard time finding employment or have a business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Love the reusage of the rope idea..lol

    Wonder how much it cost the British taxpayer to keep Ian Brady alive for over 50 years in prison.
    If he was out he would have lived his life on benefits and that costs the tax payer as well.
    I have a strong belief in people, I think they can all achieve ergo I EXPECT them to achieve and therefore I'm not a fan of living one's life on benefits.
    I agree but I think he would have had a hard time finding employment or have a business.
    Actions have consequences
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    I completely agree with Master that the death penalty makes miscarriages of justice sometimes impossible to correct. There have been many many cases when the wrong person has been convicted of a serious crime.

    Having said that, if somebody committed a heinous crime against me or a member of my family, I would probably want them dead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by X View Post
    I completely agree with Master that the death penalty makes miscarriages of justice sometimes impossible to correct. There have been many many cases when the wrong person has been convicted of a serious crime.

    Having said that, if somebody committed a heinous crime against me or a member of my family, I would probably want them dead.
    Yes but you would want the right person to get brought to justice.
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    Default Re: Death Penalty..

    True.

    If justice was infallible, I'd probably be all for the death penalty...... or in cases where everybody knows they've got the right person. Serial killers caught red handed, or a pseudo with his dick in a kid.

    Also, the stupid bitch who cut me up while driving the other day.
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