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(HyperVocal)   There's showing no remorse, then there's showing up to court with a "KILLER" T-shirt and flipping off victims' families   (hypervocal.com) divider line 360
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2013-03-19 06:45:50 PM  

jeffdo1: scottydoesntknow: TheShavingofOccam123: Lane, who suffers from hallucinations, psychosis and fantasies... so vote Republican?

/it's a crime to be mentally ill...it just takes a while for the punishment--not treatment--to kick in

There's a hell of a lot of people with mental illnesses who don't charge into a public location and start shooting people. Mental illness is being treated as a scapegoat/excuse more than it is an actual illness nowadays.

The problem with this is the mentally ill almost never get off. We have a system motivated by our rush for retribution, that makes it impossible for those with real mental health issues to avoid life in prison.

Take a guy like Dahmer who raped, killed and ate his victims. I don't see how he was judged sane, and put in the general population of a prison ward. Not exactly getting him the help he needed.


Getting him the help he needed? What kind of "help" would've helped Jeffrey F**king Dahmer?
 
2013-03-19 06:46:27 PM  
He's going to end up at the Lebanon Correctional Institute.  It was featured on the doc series 'Lock Up' and yeah, that kid is getting turned out the first day.
Here's the ep if you have netflix
http://movies.netflix.com/WiPlayer?movieid=70144742&trkid=3325854
 
2013-03-19 06:48:51 PM  
"The hand that pulls the
trigger that killed your sons now
masturbates to the memory."

It's almost a douchebag haiku. .
 
2013-03-19 06:51:27 PM  

Syrrh: Unfortunately, I can see him becoming the prison bigshot that he dreams he is. Maybe not immediately, but he's young, able-bodied, destined to be locked up forever, and stupid enough that reform is out of the question. His choices are to either be tough or be dirt, and he's clearly made that choice already.

So while it might feel happy and righteous to cheer about harsh reality taking its course, my over/under on this twerp is 30/50 years. He'll fit right in with the rest of the sociopaths stuck in there forever.


Nah. He's too little. His only chance for survival is to gang up. And to do that, he'll have to submit and humble himself. With his lovely attitude, I don't see that happening, at least not until he's been somebody's biatch for a good while.

And to all you holier than thou farkers out there, in no way am I taking pleasure from that image. I am stating what is.

My punishment fantasy goes more to shunning. He gave up his right to live in society. Let him sit with his own anonymous thoughts.
 
2013-03-19 06:51:28 PM  

Pork1: His parents must be very proud.


Some people are just born bad. They have mental problems, demons, whatever. I'm sure the parents are heartbroken that a child they loved ruined his life and the lives of others. I've seen parents do everything right but have children who made horrible life decisions that went against everything they were taught. No one wins in this situation. The murderers family lost a child too.
 
2013-03-19 06:52:27 PM  
You know, he was found guilty, no possible way he was going to be let free, the families of his victims could not do anything but sit there and watch, might as well go ahead and get one last verbal jab at them, not really going to make any difference.  He will never again be a free man.

I just wish I could see him right now, watch his first 24 hours of prison.  Does he act hardcore and get his ass beat or does he break down and start crying instantly?  How long until someone realizes that he's a school shooter and bring upon him some prison justice?
 
2013-03-19 06:53:49 PM  

douchebag/hater: duffblue: douchebag/hater: PreMortem: At least he didn't placate himself by crying for mercy, giving a fake apology, or admitting the errors of his ways. I admire such conviction.

.5/10 on your troll.

Ritley: The fact that most people think its OK for people to be raped/killed in prison is more sickening than this crime.

And ANOTHER person who doesn't believe in justice for the victims.

Except justice was served, jackass. Welcome to society, hope you enjoy your stay.

Really? This guy kills three innocent people and is left alive? That's not justice being served.

You don't believe in justice for the victims either.


Murder victims are unconcerned with justice.  If there's no afterlife, they have no concerns.  If there is, they have more important concerns.

The appropriate punishment in this case depends on  whether you'd rather be dead of locked up for the rest of your life.  That's a matter of opinion.
 
2013-03-19 06:55:01 PM  
scottydoesntknow:

Getting him the help he needed? What kind of "help" would've helped Jeffrey F**king Dahmer?

A little Tabasco sauce?
 
2013-03-19 06:55:42 PM  
Those bullies had it coming. Stay defiant
 
2013-03-19 06:55:47 PM  
IF ONLY

HE HAD

STUCK TO KILLING

WILD PIGS
 
2013-03-19 06:56:01 PM  

nekom: If we MUST have the death penalty, I would like to see it reserved for particularly heinous crimes (child rape, terrorism including mass shootings, perjury resulting in an execution, massive election fraud, etc) and where the guilt is absolutely beyond any shadow of a doubt certain.


I would add left-lane vigilantes to that list.
 
2013-03-19 06:56:22 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: Talos: I'm so sick of hearing the "death penalty is more expensive" argument.  It is because of the endless appeals - often frivolous appeals - that are allowed.  How's this for food for thought?

If someone is given a death penalty sentence, they will receive an automatic appeal in one year.  That gives the defense attorney plenty of time to dig up new information, witnesses, whatever to present.  If the appeal is granted, new trial.  If the conviction stays, they are marched straight to the chamber and their sentence is executed (pun intended).

There - the person gets two chances to dodge the death penalty, court costs are minimized to a fraction of what they are now, and either way, justice is served in the manner that the majority of Americans expect it to be.

I was OK with the death penalty until DNA testing came along.  Then I learned more about wrongful convictions.  Then I changed my mind.

Since 1973, 142 people on death row have been released after being found innocent.

Justice is not a simple matter of majority rule.  It is not a matter of expedience or economy.


Those figures are not accurate.  They're put out by a anti-death penalty group (deathpenalty.org) and the bulk of those numbers include people who the prosecutors asked for the death penalty, but were found not guilty by the jury.  In fact, this organization is hard pressed to provide a single example where in the last 50 years anyone has been wrongfully executed.

And yes, I also think DNA is great stuff - in fact, it reinforces my "one appeal and you're done" example. This isn't the early 60's and before anymore. People don't get sentenced to death just because one witness said so or a bad cop fudged evidence. There are major forensic and surveillance forces at work now and jurors demand to see it before convicting. If someone is sentenced to death these days, it's because they did the crime and it was horrific enough in nature to warrant the death penalty.
 
2013-03-19 06:57:40 PM  

Mija: Pork1: His parents must be very proud.

Some people are just born bad. They have mental problems, demons, whatever. I'm sure the parents are heartbroken that a child they loved ruined his life and the lives of others. I've seen parents do everything right but have children who made horrible life decisions that went against everything they were taught. No one wins in this situation. The murderers family lost a child too.


From what I have read, daddy was no winner either, and had a rather long rap sheet which included attempted murder.

Sometimes kids are born bad despite the parents. This one was one of the many that didn't fall far from the tree.
 
2013-03-19 06:58:59 PM  

skantea: He's going to end up at the Lebanon Correctional Institute.  It was featured on the doc series 'Lock Up' and yeah, that kid is getting turned out the first day.
Here's the ep if you have netflix
http://movies.netflix.com/WiPlayer?movieid=70144742&trkid=3325854


Don't have Netflix.  But here's a cheerful 90 second talk from the warden.  "We're really in the people business," he says with a perfectly straight, avuncular face.
 
2013-03-19 07:00:17 PM  
If you know that you're never going to be found Not Guilty, you may as well go full throttle with it.
 
2013-03-19 07:01:16 PM  
There's a pic on that page that's perfect for a trollface 'shop
 
2013-03-19 07:01:19 PM  

WhippingBoy: My friend used to work as a prison guard. Whenever some cocky shiat-rat came through and started trash-talking them, they'd make sure he'd get "randomly" get paired with an AH* designated cell-mate.

*AH = Aggressive Homosexual


Your friend sounds like they need a few years with an AH.
 
2013-03-19 07:01:34 PM  

TheShavingofOccam123: Lane, who suffers from hallucinations, psychosis and fantasies... so vote Republican?

/it's a crime to be mentally ill...it just takes a while for the punishment--not treatment--to kick in


That's what many seem to gladly overlook in this thread. The lad should be in a mental institution. He should have been in a mental institution years ago.
 
2013-03-19 07:02:47 PM  
"The hand that pulls the trigger that killed your sons now masturbates to the memory. fark all of you."

Ya know, if you're going to go all "LOOK AT ME!!!! I'M AN INSANE M-F'ER!!" you better go all the way and not pussy out at the sentencing and cry like a biatch.
Good on you, son.
I give it month before the poop just falls out.
 
2013-03-19 07:04:43 PM  

Primitive Screwhead: I give it month before the poop just falls out.


and that's a loose estimate.
 
2013-03-19 07:05:23 PM  

TV's Vinnie: If you know that you're never going to be found Not Guilty, you may as well go full throttle with it.


After you are found guilty, the next question is how you should be punished.
Being respectful to the Court might have its benefits when that time comes.

/Where they place him in the system to serve "life" is what determines if he'll live.
 
2013-03-19 07:05:25 PM  

Great Janitor: You know, he was found guilty, no possible way he was going to be let free, the families of his victims could not do anything but sit there and watch, might as well go ahead and get one last verbal jab at them, not really going to make any difference.  He will never again be a free man.


This is part of the reason I'm opposed to sentencing anyone to life without the possibility of parole. It gives them very little reason to even think about things that could potentially lead them to becoming a better person, and at the very least it's more likely to make them a bigger problem/danger for prison staff since many people in that situation will feel like they have nothing to lose.

Also, I do believe that anyone CAN change. Not that it will happen for all or even most of them, but given enough time some people genuinely do. And this is especially true for young offenders as in this case. Life can look a lot different at age 47 than it did at 17. So at least allow for the possibility that they might be let out at some point in the future.
 
2013-03-19 07:07:04 PM  
 If someone murders me because they're sick, I seriously would hope they'd get whatever help was needed whether medication or removal from society. I wouldn't want them 'punished' because they couldn't help being sick. Someone kills me for money, revenge, jollies or the like...yeah, have at 'em. It's possible to be sick AND still make choices. Dahmer was someone who was sick, but he still was capable of making choices. Andrea Yates was someone who was sick, and IMHO wasn't responsible for her actions when she killed her kids. She was in a psychotic break, and her failure to get treatment previously wasn't really on her but rather others around her.

Big difference. This kid? Dunno. But I feel really shiatty for the loved ones sitting through that shiat.

Mental health sucks in prisons (and in the US in general) anyway. Even if this kid was a full blown schizophrenic in a full blown break, odds are good he wouldn't get the treatment he needed in prison anyway. Most are made worse by the conditions and lack of consistent supervised medical care.

And even if you've no sympathy for them (and some don't have any sympathy for them), fixing that problem would make us all safer. It's really in society's best interest to have free mental health programs and medications. Hell, it's in our best interest financially if we offered free health care. Fixing hypertension at 20 is a fark of a lot cheaper than the medical bills later in life, and survivor benefits to their offspring.

But...that's going a little off the track here. But still!
 
2013-03-19 07:08:15 PM  

Talos: Those figures are not accurate. They're put out by a anti-death penalty group (deathpenalty.org) and the bulk of those numbers include people who the prosecutors asked for the death penalty, but were found not guilty by the jury. In fact, this organization is hard pressed to provide a single example where in the last 50 years anyone has been wrongfully executed.

And yes, I also think DNA is great stuff - in fact, it reinforces my "one appeal and you're done" example. This isn't the early 60's and before anymore. People don't get sentenced to death just because one witness said so or a bad cop fudged evidence. There are major forensic and surveillance forces at work now and jurors demand to see it before convicting. If someone is sentenced to death these days, it's because they did the crime and it was horrific enough in nature to warrant the death penalty.


What about the people who were sentenced to death in the '90s?

Arizona Woman's Murder Conviction, Death Sentence Overturned

You can say it never happens, but that's not the case. Jurors will believe a cop over a person sitting in an orange jumpsuit 9 times out of 10, even when he's lying through his teeth.
 
2013-03-19 07:08:29 PM  

Quaker: Great Janitor: You know, he was found guilty, no possible way he was going to be let free, the families of his victims could not do anything but sit there and watch, might as well go ahead and get one last verbal jab at them, not really going to make any difference.  He will never again be a free man.

This is part of the reason I'm opposed to sentencing anyone to life without the possibility of parole. It gives them very little reason to even think about things that could potentially lead them to becoming a better person, and at the very least it's more likely to make them a bigger problem/danger for prison staff since many people in that situation will feel like they have nothing to lose.

Also, I do believe that anyone CAN change. Not that it will happen for all or even most of them, but given enough time some people genuinely do. And this is especially true for young offenders as in this case. Life can look a lot different at age 47 than it did at 17. So at least allow for the possibility that they might be let out at some point in the future.


I agree. If somebody killed someone I cared about, I would be pissed if they had no chance at parole. If they are never released then I can't hunt them down and kill them.
 
2013-03-19 07:09:21 PM  
Whatever you do kid, don't drop the soap. You're going to need it lube up your ass.
 
2013-03-19 07:09:28 PM  

MaxxLarge: I'd say the over / under on him getting a shower-shank in the pen is about 3 weeks / 2 months.


You don't gamble much, do you?
 
2013-03-19 07:11:49 PM  

douchebag/hater: And ANOTHER person who doesn't believe in justice for the victims.


Justice for the victims? Here's a 17 year old that's clearly mentally ill, raised by a violent felon, who's going to be locked up in a barbaric prison system for the rest of his life. But, that's not good enough for you. He needs to be subjected to rape to satisfy your blood-lust. Maybe you could learn something from this man. ""As we were standing next to the body of this 13-year-old girl, the grandfather was tutoring the young boys, he was making a point, just saying to the family, 'We must not think evil of this man,' " the Rev. Robert Schenck told CNN. "

douchebag/hater: Yeah and Hitler made the trains run on time.


Classic.
 
2013-03-19 07:13:30 PM  

Ritley: The fact that most people think its OK for people to be raped/killed in prison is more sickening than this crime.


There is a reason it is called a court of law and not a court of justice. Justice comes later. This little farker should be the cum dumpster of every depraved psycho locked up with him until he dies. This little shiat is not human.
 
2013-03-19 07:13:52 PM  

Profedius: I want to become his pen pal so I can send him letters such as "Had a great day out at the beach with the girlfriend we laid out and swam in the morning then in the afternoon we took out a sailboat. We ended up having sex on the sailboat and then that evening I made love to her on the beach as the sunset. We then had a wonderful steak dinner where the steak could be cut with a fork afterwards we had drinks and danced at a club. We got back to the hotel around 12 am and had sex about three times before taking a shower together then falling asleep in each other's arms. How was your day? Oh wait never mind I don't want to know because you are locked up in prison and will never get out."


Actually, I send that letter or a variation thereof to about once a month to my shiat ass little brother who's sitting in jail for murder.
 
2013-03-19 07:15:40 PM  
That legit gave me the chills. Buddy is Full Hitler levels of evil. His asshole is what will get killed in prison, so have fun being a Prison biatch, you evil bastard.
 
2013-03-19 07:15:42 PM  

Ritley: The fact that most people think its OK for people to be raped/killed in prison is more sickening than this crime.


While you are most probably trollin, i'll bite anyway. I don't think most people should be raped and killed in prison. Just this guy.
 
2013-03-19 07:16:09 PM  

douchebag/hater: TheShavingofOccam123: Lane, who suffers from hallucinations, psychosis and fantasies... so vote Republican?

/it's a crime to be mentally ill...it just takes a while for the punishment--not treatment--to kick in

Farking allah you're an azzhole. You just can't let an opportunity pass to express your dislike of people who disagree with you politically.

And YET it's the Republicans who are deemed 'intolerant'. Farking mohammed you're a POS.


Honestly, it was a joke. If I had been serious I wouldn't have included the question mark. For a douchebag/hater, you sure have a thin skin.
 
2013-03-19 07:16:21 PM  

NotoriousW.O.P: I don't think I've said this since the Newtown shooting, but WHAT THE fark IS WRONG WITH PEOPLE?!?


A mixture of serious mental illness, easy availability of weapons and an inhumane justice system.

FTFA Lane, who suffers from hallucinations, psychosis and fantasies, revealed a shirt that read "KILLER" and flipped off victims' families in court.
 
2013-03-19 07:17:27 PM  

Magnanimous_J: Normally, I'd wish a painful death on a person like this. But this kid is SO young. He could easily live for 60 years in prison. Can you even fathom that amount of time? He has to spend the rest of his long life thinking every single day about what he could be doing if he wasn't in that cage. The accomplishments that he could have achieved, the women he could have been with, the family he could have raised. Things that he could have had, but will never have. He will spend a literal lifetime in tedious routine and shiatty food for year... after year.... After year. He'll never drive a car, drink a beer, smoke pot around a campfire with friends, lay on a beach, or touch a woman, ever again.


And at the end of that interminably long prison sentence, he will have to face the knowledge that he accomplished absolutely nothing and died insignificant and alone, completely forgotten by the world and everyone in it.


That is, provided no one ganks him in 3 weeks.


Eh, most people die that way anyway.
 
2013-03-19 07:17:30 PM  
Let's have a blood orgy! Yay!

/fap
 
2013-03-19 07:17:39 PM  

JonnyG: Probably true. I just don't understand what makes me a psychopath because I'd rather fill my days with happy people than hateful people.


Because you literally said in your Boobies you'd be OK with the state murdering/killing 'happy people' so long as more 'hateful people' were killed?

Which is kind of psychopathic/sociopathic?

/I'm sure you'd be completely fine with it if you were the one on the chopping block for something you didn't do, too.
 
2013-03-19 07:18:13 PM  

Ritley: The fact that most people think its OK for people to be raped/killed in prison is more sickening than this crime.


They don't just think it's OK - they want it to happen and they revel in the idea. Just how twisted does your mind need to be to fantasise about the rape and murder of a mentally ill teenager?
 
2013-03-19 07:18:17 PM  

Quaker: Great Janitor: You know, he was found guilty, no possible way he was going to be let free, the families of his victims could not do anything but sit there and watch, might as well go ahead and get one last verbal jab at them, not really going to make any difference.  He will never again be a free man.

This is part of the reason I'm opposed to sentencing anyone to life without the possibility of parole. It gives them very little reason to even think about things that could potentially lead them to becoming a better person, and at the very least it's more likely to make them a bigger problem/danger for prison staff since many people in that situation will feel like they have nothing to lose.

Also, I do believe that anyone CAN change. Not that it will happen for all or even most of them, but given enough time some people genuinely do. And this is especially true for young offenders as in this case. Life can look a lot different at age 47 than it did at 17. So at least allow for the possibility that they might be let out at some point in the future.


To me, life in prison without the chance at parole is the worst punishment possible, even worse than death.  If you're sentenced to life in prison, but have the chance at parole, at least you have something to look forward to.  Something that you can work towards.  There is hope that you can be free.  With the death penalty, there is a date that it will end.

When it's life without parole, that means that for decades you are going to be in prison, that there is no escape, no release, no hope.  No hope of release or parole, nothing to work towards.  When you're still a teenager, three life sentences and no chance at parole means that four-fifths of your life (assuming a 100 year life) will be in prison.  It's a life where there is nothing to really work towards, no goals, no dreams and zero hope.  Worse yet, this kid will probably never have a visitor or letter from the outside world, unless his parents still give a damn about him, and honestly, they could disown him at this point and no one would blame them.

My personal belief is that instead of life without parole, we might as well just do the humane thing and execute.
 
2013-03-19 07:18:18 PM  

scottydoesntknow: What about the people who were sentenced to death in the '90s?

Arizona Woman's Murder Conviction, Death Sentence Overturned

You can say it never happens, but that's not the case. Jurors will believe a cop over a person sitting in an orange jumpsuit 9 times out of 10, even when he's lying through his teeth.


But jurors don't get "just" a cop's say so anymore.  They get multiple witnesses, they get DNA evidence, they get surveillance evidence, they get firearm and blade forensic evidence, they get fingerprint, palm prints, foot prints, they get hair evidence, etc.  And at times they even get confessions.  So what about those that are without a doubt, they absolutely committed the crime and were given the death penalty? Are you satisfied that they get 20 appeals over the next 50 years when its been proven beyond any doubt whatsoever they are guilty?   That's why the death penalty is so expensive.
 
2013-03-19 07:18:29 PM  

Quaker: Great Janitor: You know, he was found guilty, no possible way he was going to be let free, the families of his victims could not do anything but sit there and watch, might as well go ahead and get one last verbal jab at them, not really going to make any difference.  He will never again be a free man.

This is part of the reason I'm opposed to sentencing anyone to life without the possibility of parole. It gives them very little reason to even think about things that could potentially lead them to becoming a better person, and at the very least it's more likely to make them a bigger problem/danger for prison staff since many people in that situation will feel like they have nothing to lose.

Also, I do believe that anyone CAN change. Not that it will happen for all or even most of them, but given enough time some people genuinely do. And this is especially true for young offenders as in this case. Life can look a lot different at age 47 than it did at 17. So at least allow for the possibility that they might be let out at some point in the future.


After the mid twenties it gets extremely hard for people to change.  That said, those changes have to be internally motivated.  The outside world is kind of just a spectator at some point. In any case the population is growing too fast for quality social work to keep up.
 
2013-03-19 07:19:08 PM  

JonnyG: The Stealth Hippopotamus: nekom: You do realize that the death penalty is more expensive, don't you? Legal fees and all that.

expensive, but worth it.

Only because of the bleeding hearts. People like this don't deserve appeals. Sorry, but the only way to peace is to eliminate hate. Sure, we'll lose a few innocents, but in the end the world will be a happy place.


Isn't it funny how conservatives scream and wail for less government except when it comes to state authorized murder?
 
2013-03-19 07:20:12 PM  

kendelrio: Profedius: I want to become his pen pal so I can send him letters such as "Had a great day out at the beach with the girlfriend we laid out and swam in the morning then in the afternoon we took out a sailboat. We ended up having sex on the sailboat and then that evening I made love to her on the beach as the sunset. We then had a wonderful steak dinner where the steak could be cut with a fork afterwards we had drinks and danced at a club. We got back to the hotel around 12 am and had sex about three times before taking a shower together then falling asleep in each other's arms. How was your day? Oh wait never mind I don't want to know because you are locked up in prison and will never get out."

Actually, I send that letter or a variation thereof to about once a month to my shiat ass little brother who's sitting in jail for murder.


I've thought about sending it to my POS BIL doing time for DUI/Vehicular Homicide, but whenever I sit down to write it I remember he isn't worth the ink or paper.
 
2013-03-19 07:20:27 PM  

pizen: So that's what happened to Sid from Toy Story.


LOL!

I know it's a cartoon but that kid always creeped the hell out of me.
 
2013-03-19 07:20:51 PM  
Wonder what the "victims" did to make this guy so far off the deep end.

Hate like that doesn't just materialize.
 
2013-03-19 07:21:48 PM  

Paris1127: Lane offered one harsh sentence of his own: "The hand that pulls the trigger that killed your sons now masturbates to the memory. fark all of you.

There are no words...


I'd argue that there are, "legally insane". I honestly don't know the back story on this one but I'm sure there were plenty of warning signs.
 
2013-03-19 07:21:52 PM  

jeffdo1: scottydoesntknow: TheShavingofOccam123: Lane, who suffers from hallucinations, psychosis and fantasies... so vote Republican?

/it's a crime to be mentally ill...it just takes a while for the punishment--not treatment--to kick in

There's a hell of a lot of people with mental illnesses who don't charge into a public location and start shooting people. Mental illness is being treated as a scapegoat/excuse more than it is an actual illness nowadays.

The problem with this is the mentally ill almost never get off. We have a system motivated by our rush for retribution, that makes it impossible for those with real mental health issues to avoid life in prison.

Take a guy like Dahmer who raped, killed and ate his victims. I don't see how he was judged sane, and put in the general population of a prison ward. Not exactly getting him the help he needed.


In Arizona, if you are judged mentally ill, you can still be convicted and sentenced for a crime. If you manage to take your meds and do your therapy in the state mental hospital and get well, then it's off to prison to serve your sentence.

This presupposes you aren't rich while mentally ill. The mentally ill rich are a slice of something special.
 
2013-03-19 07:22:03 PM  

orbister: Ritley: The fact that most people think its OK for people to be raped/killed in prison is more sickening than this crime.

They don't just think it's OK - they want it to happen and they revel in the idea. Just how twisted does your mind need to be to fantasise about the rape and murder of a mentally ill teenager?


It's like a little present for all the lifers in there! Fresh tender meat! We OWE it to them to provide some veal!
 
2013-03-19 07:22:43 PM  

Ritley: The fact that most people think its OK for people to be raped/killed in prison is more sickening than this crime.



Thank you for showing everyone how stupid you are.

By all means, show us how opinions on the internet are somehow more sickening than murder.
 
2013-03-19 07:23:52 PM  

Talos: scottydoesntknow: What about the people who were sentenced to death in the '90s?

Arizona Woman's Murder Conviction, Death Sentence Overturned

You can say it never happens, but that's not the case. Jurors will believe a cop over a person sitting in an orange jumpsuit 9 times out of 10, even when he's lying through his teeth.

But jurors don't get "just" a cop's say so anymore.  They get multiple witnesses, they get DNA evidence, they get surveillance evidence, they get firearm and blade forensic evidence, they get fingerprint, palm prints, foot prints, they get hair evidence, etc.  And at times they even get confessions.  So what about those that are without a doubt, they absolutely committed the crime and were given the death penalty? Are you satisfied that they get 20 appeals over the next 50 years when its been proven beyond any doubt whatsoever they are guilty?   That's why the death penalty is so expensive.


I guess we can do away with trials alltogether now that we have you to decide when people are guilty beyond any doubt whatsoever.
 
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