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2013-03-19 10:34:31 PM

Captain Darling: ciberido: Do you ever do anything in these threads other than misrepresent what other people say?


There's no question that touting life without parole as the moral and cost-effective alternative to the death penalty has been a successful short-term strategy.

And he's right. A dishonest strategy that will soon outlive its usefulness, but a successful one.


I stand corrected.  You DO contribute something to threads.  Cheers.
 
2013-03-19 10:38:12 PM

Gyrfalcon: Actually, not really. Jail is nasty. Jail has everyone all mixed together: Newly arrested, murderers, drunks, crazy people, rapists, gangbangers, sentenced, unsentenced, all in a mishmash. Some are old and tough, some new and scared, some just insane. The guards are all deputies who mostly just graduated the academy and found out they get to spend the next five years guarding prisoners instead of going out on the streets, so they're already pissed off even before prisoners get there. Plus, they're not trained to be guards, they're trained to be cops. It's kind of a mess.

In prison, prisoners get sorted by crime type, degree of dangerousness, length of sentence, chance of rehabilitation, etc. The guards are professional guards, so they're a little less pissed (although not less sadistic), and at least they know their stuff. The crazy people are mostly out of sight, and the really dangerous ones get their own rooms. Nearly anyone who's been in the system would rather be in prison than in jail. If, that is, they have to be locked up at all.


I just got talking about this with a friend, who said that in Oregon jail is way better.  In jail, at least if you have a job, you show up in the morning and leave at the end of the day a few days per week until your sentence is up.  30 days in jail then can end up taking three or four months, but it seems like a decent idea for helping people keep their job if it's a minor offense.  The other people you're in with for the day?  They all get to go home that night if they're good too, so they don't want to screw it up either.

It probably varies state to state, but Oregon's pretty broke and a lot of jails can't afford to watch a ton of people 24/7.  The ones who are a risk to themselves or others get kept in, but for minor crimes I've heard from quite a few people that it's a common way to serve a jail sentence here.
 
2013-03-19 10:40:48 PM
It's not that big deal that he killed a few people.  After all, they were only mundanes.
 
2013-03-19 10:46:18 PM
His sister talked to the media.
 
2013-03-19 10:55:50 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Have fun in jail....


anyone want to set the over/under?


5 years.  Take the under.
 
2013-03-19 10:58:07 PM

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


Wanna tell this to the families of the victims?  I'm sure they'll give you a shoulder to cry on.
 
2013-03-19 11:00:09 PM

fuhfuhfuh: For some, death would be a welcome release. For some, any attention no matter how negative, is attention that they crave.

This guy wants to be focused on. A death penalty would keep is ass in the news due to appeals. Putting him in general population would allow him to continue his attention whoring. This guy craves attention, no matter how it is received.

Put him in a dark, solitary cell. No human contact. No outside contact. No means of killing himself. Feed him the minimum required to continue living. Nothing to do but stare at a wall, until the day he dies. A punishment worse than death, because a death sentence means people will remember you (simply for the fact that just about everyone that gets a death sentence gets a spot in the infamous halls of fame). Wasting away forgotten and alone means no one will remember you.


Pretty much.  Let 'im rot.
 
2013-03-19 11:11:10 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."


See, now THIS one I like!  Let him know he's now just a number in the penal system.  While all of us get to live our life the best way we can, love the people we're with, this POS will just sit in a 6 x 8 cell knowing that between now and the end of his life, someone's gonna shank him, rape him, beat the hell out of him and no one, not even the prison guards, will really give a crap about his life.

That...will drive him insane.
 
2013-03-19 11:17:13 PM
Monster Dude:  "Why the fark you in here?"

Lane:  "......and then I flipped them off!"


i48.tinypic.com
 
2013-03-19 11:20:13 PM

JeffreyScott: The Stealth Hippopotamus: oh wow. the defense lawyers face is priceless. wtf is that?? Is he? No!? He can't, but he is?!

As a criminal defense attorney that has worked on 24 murder cases, including a capital case, I can say is I have been there, and it isn't fun.

Often times in cases that carry major sentences the defendant ignores their attorney's advise and sabotages their case at every turn.  They realize they are most likely going to spend the majority, if not the entirety, of their life in prison and they are very angry (at everyone but themselves) and take it out in the worst possible way.


That's...that's...all sorts of farked up there.  So you're trying to help your client beat this case and, instead of helping you, they decide "Fark it!  I'm gonna go in style!"

Seriously, how the hell you don't lose faith in being a def. atty?
 
2013-03-19 11:26:37 PM
nekom: You do realize that the death penalty is more expensive, don't you? Legal fees and all that.

The Stealth Hippopotamus: expensive, but worth it.

Paris1127: The SOB was 17 when he shot up his school, so he's ineligible as per the Supreme Court (Roper v. Simmons, 543 US 551, 2005). While they cannot execute him, they can lock him up in a supermax prison, depriving him of most human contact for the rest of his life, which is both cheaper and possibly as bad as or worse than death.

Captain Darling: For now. Remember these threads before Roper? Death is preferable, prison is the harsher punishment, abolish the death penalty and keep the bastards locked up for the rest of their lives. Now that the Supreme Court has obliged, life imprisonment is the new worst thing ever, only loser countries do it, etc etc. The same talking points and lawsuits will now be used in an effort to get life sentences outlawed.


Much of the anti-death-penalty movement wants a Norwegian-style system, like the sentence given to Anders Breivik, who methodically killed 77 people, mostly teenagers. Breivik will be out in 21 years, in the meantime, he has a dorm room with a window.
 
2013-03-19 11:32:23 PM

davidphogan: Gyrfalcon: Actually, not really. Jail is nasty. Jail has everyone all mixed together: Newly arrested, murderers, drunks, crazy people, rapists, gangbangers, sentenced, unsentenced, all in a mishmash. Some are old and tough, some new and scared, some just insane. The guards are all deputies who mostly just graduated the academy and found out they get to spend the next five years guarding prisoners instead of going out on the streets, so they're already pissed off even before prisoners get there. Plus, they're not trained to be guards, they're trained to be cops. It's kind of a mess.

In prison, prisoners get sorted by crime type, degree of dangerousness, length of sentence, chance of rehabilitation, etc. The guards are professional guards, so they're a little less pissed (although not less sadistic), and at least they know their stuff. The crazy people are mostly out of sight, and the really dangerous ones get their own rooms. Nearly anyone who's been in the system would rather be in prison than in jail. If, that is, they have to be locked up at all.

I just got talking about this with a friend, who said that in Oregon jail is way better.  In jail, at least if you have a job, you show up in the morning and leave at the end of the day a few days per week until your sentence is up.  30 days in jail then can end up taking three or four months, but it seems like a decent idea for helping people keep their job if it's a minor offense.  The other people you're in with for the day?  They all get to go home that night if they're good too, so they don't want to screw it up either.

It probably varies state to state, but Oregon's pretty broke and a lot of jails can't afford to watch a ton of people 24/7.  The ones who are a risk to themselves or others get kept in, but for minor crimes I've heard from quite a few people that it's a common way to serve a jail sentence here.


Depends a lot on the jail, too. I've no doubt that the Pitchess Detention Center (an LA County Jail) is going to be worse than Yolo County simply because of the size and number of people in it. Los Angeles County has five or six jails. I know El Dorado County has about two.
 
2013-03-19 11:53:15 PM

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

The Stealth Hippopotamus: expensive, but worth it.

Paris1127: The SOB was 17 when he shot up his school, so he's ineligible as per the Supreme Court (Roper v. Simmons, 543 US 551, 2005). While they cannot execute him, they can lock him up in a supermax prison, depriving him of most human contact for the rest of his life, which is both cheaper and possibly as bad as or worse than death.

Captain Darling: For now. Remember these threads before Roper? Death is preferable, prison is the harsher punishment, abolish the death penalty and keep the bastards locked up for the rest of their lives. Now that the Supreme Court has obliged, life imprisonment is the new worst thing ever, only loser countries do it, etc etc. The same talking points and lawsuits will now be used in an effort to get life sentences outlawed.

Much of the anti-death-penalty movement wants a Norwegian-style system, like the sentence given to Anders Breivik, who methodically killed 77 people, mostly teenagers. Breivik will be out in 21 years, in the meantime, he has a dorm room with a window.


This is fairly key, though:

If found to be mentally fit, Breivik would face a sentence of "preventive detention." Unlike a regular prison sentence -- which can be no longer than 21 years in Norway -- that confinement option can be extended for as long as an inmate is considered dangerous to society. It also offers more programs and therapy than an ordinary prison sentence.

So, while he might be released like Varg Vikernes, he could simply end up like Manson.
 
2013-03-20 12:25:10 AM
Ritley: The fact that most people think its OK for people to be raped/killed in prison is more sickening than this crime.

LaraAmber: Okay?  No.  A viable alternative until the Government allows us to start catapulting people into the sun?  Yes.

Reverend J: Or, you know, we could have a system that rehabilitates prisoners like the rest of the civilized world.  But don't let me get in your way of need wanton violence.


The problem with rehabilitation is that there's no reliable way to tell that an offender is rehabilitated. No chicken-breast timer pops out and says, "He's rehabilitated!" The offender is an intelligent individual with every incentive to pretend to be rehabilitated.

For example, take the case of Lawrence Singleton, the fellow who in 1978, picked up a 15-year-old girl hitchhiking, raped her, bludgeoned her, chopped her arms off and left her to die. Incredibly, she didn't die and was able to identify him. Per the rehabilitative, Norwegian model which was big in the 70s, he was sentenced to 14 years in prison.

It was a rehabilitative sentence, when the mindset of the country's lawmakers was to try and rehabilitate prisoners. Unfortunately, Mr. Singleton, in spite of his relatively short (or too long, depending on your perspective) sentence, re-offended, as violent predators are wont to do. This time, in 1997, he murdered another woman (a mother of three, working as a prostitute). In the late 90s, the country's understanding of criminals and crime had shifted to a retributive stance, with a focus on deterrence and preventing recidivism, and which, as expected, coincided with a significant drop in the murder rate. As a result, Singleton was sentenced to death. He died in prison prior to his execution, and was unable to harm anyone else.

So the problem with rehabilitative sentences is three-fold:

1) There is no reliable way to determine if the prisoner is rehabilitated.
2) If rehabilitation fails, the offender can and all too often does, re-offend.
3) For certain grisly crimes, in my opinion, there should be no second chance. Both from a justice perspective, a central issue that is usually lost in these debates, and because the cost of failure is too high.
 
2013-03-20 12:31:39 AM

ciberido: Treygreen13: 2headedboy: 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?

If anything, feeding and monitoring prisoners for their entire natural life is more government.

Uh ... no.


Uh ... yes.

It's ridiculous to make this about Republicans to begin with, but if you think "locked in a cage being watched until you die" is "less government" then you're bonkers.
 
2013-03-20 12:52:54 AM
remus: Cases like this are why I support the Death Penalty.  I am more than willing to raise the bar so that it can only be applied in cases where there is overwhelming certainty of guilt (room full of witnesses, HD Video of the crime, wearing a shirt with "killer" written on it, admitting you did it, and flipping off/cussing out the victim's parents, etc.).  But, in those cases, why not streamline the appeals process so the execution takes place while people still remember the crime?  That would save money and keep it from drawing out 20 years.

TwistedFark: I think a lot of people misconstrue the anti-death penalty argument. For me, it's not about coddling killers and murderers, it's about not trusting our system to be infallible. I, like a lot of people, would rather we just see murderers locked up for life, than to wrongly execute an innocent person. The former just denys out lack of vengance, the later is just abhorrent.


Some people seem to think that the death penalty is the only risk of death to innocent people. There's a risk from driving, flying, construction, manufacturing. And of course, people are murdered while incarcerated. So, it's not like one could do away with the death penalty and do away with the risk of the innocent dying.

The risk of wrongful execution needs to be balanced with the benefits of the death penalty. The death penalty prevents the offender from re-offending, it almost certainly deters (and if it doesn't, you're doing justice to murderers), and it is the closest thing to justice we have.
 
2013-03-20 01:02:06 AM

Treygreen13: ciberido: Treygreen13: 2headedboy: 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?

If anything, feeding and monitoring prisoners for their entire natural life is more government.

Uh ... no.

Uh ... yes.


I'm sorry, but what you said was so stupid that not worth more than two syllables of refutation.  I COULD type a long explanation of why it's wrong, but you wouldn't understand it.  And nobody else in the thread would need it.
 
2013-03-20 01:05:17 AM

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


trollolololol
 
2013-03-20 01:09:04 AM

ciberido: Treygreen13: ciberido: Treygreen13: 2headedboy: 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?

If anything, feeding and monitoring prisoners for their entire natural life is more government.

Uh ... no.

Uh ... yes.

I'm sorry, but what you said was so stupid that not worth more than two syllables of refutation.  I COULD type a long explanation of why it's wrong, but you wouldn't understand it.  And nobody else in the thread would need it.


Don't forget to take your ball with you when you go home.
 
2013-03-20 01:57:21 AM

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

The Stealth Hippopotamus: expensive, but worth it.

Paris1127: The SOB was 17 when he shot up his school, so he's ineligible as per the Supreme Court (Roper v. Simmons, 543 US 551, 2005). While they cannot execute him, they can lock him up in a supermax prison, depriving him of most human contact for the rest of his life, which is both cheaper and possibly as bad as or worse than death.

Captain Darling: For now. Remember these threads before Roper? Death is preferable, prison is the harsher punishment, abolish the death penalty and keep the bastards locked up for the rest of their lives. Now that the Supreme Court has obliged, life imprisonment is the new worst thing ever, only loser countries do it, etc etc. The same talking points and lawsuits will now be used in an effort to get life sentences outlawed.

Much of the anti-death-penalty movement wants a Norwegian-style system, like the sentence given to Anders Breivik, who methodically killed 77 people, mostly teenagers. Breivik will be out in 21 years, in the meantime, he has a dorm room with a window.


After 21 years he will have served his sentence, but the Norwegian government may decide to keep him in custody for the safety of the public. So he may never leave prison, which despite its "luxuries" is still prison.
 
2013-03-20 02:16:33 AM

JungleBoogie: Some people seem to think that the death penalty is the only risk of death to innocent people. There's a risk from driving, flying, construction, manufacturing. And of course, people are murdered while incarcerated. So, it's not like one could do away with the death penalty and do away with the risk of the innocent dying.

The risk of wrongful execution needs to be balanced with the benefits of the death penalty. The death penalty prevents the offender from re-offending, it almost certainly deters (and if it doesn't, you're doing justice to murderers), and it is the closest thing to justice we have.


Yes, you cannot 100% protect innocent people from dying in accidents, etc.  However, you can 100% protect innocent people from being killed by the state.

How the fark do you balance wrongful execution against anything?!  What you are interested in isn't any form of justice.  You are interested in sad abortions of the concept such as "eye for an eye" or, even worse, pure, vengeful blood lust.  These are not things that any system of justice should be involved in.
 
2013-03-20 02:34:58 AM

gbv23: Those bullies had it coming. Stay defiant


this little puke shot kids at random, champ.
 
2013-03-20 03:26:18 AM

ShadowWolf: I bet he is truly crying on the inside though..


Well, one of the witnesses in court said he sounded like a scared little kid and talked so fast when he said that reprehensible quote that "no one could understand him."

I think it is unfortunate, especially for people who are in for non-violent drug crimes, that the prison culture is such that this kid's fate is clear to most of us. It would be nice if sexual assault was not a part of prison life, but we all know it is, and a kid like this, unless he kills someone in prison, is destined to be some guy's biatch.
 
2013-03-20 03:31:01 AM

Great Janitor: My personal belief is that instead of life without parole, we might as well just do the humane thing and execute.


That's like saying "Instead of torturing to death, we might as well do the humane thing and hang". The humane thing would not be passing sentences like life without parole in the first place
 
2013-03-20 03:32:26 AM

skantea: After the mid twenties it gets extremely hard for people to change.


Quite the opposite. The rate of offending plummets spectacularly around the age of 28. Crime is a young man's activity.
 
2013-03-20 04:19:13 AM

Livingroom: of course, we cant have a death penalty. instead this guy gets to live out his life on our dime. wtf. this guy should be the poster child for execution...


While I don't hold life sacred and have no problem with killing people who deserve it whatsoever, part of me likes not having the death penalty. Living in a box, day in, day out, getting raped and/or beaten at any moment everyday is far better than snuffing him and letting him have the coward's way out. I just wish prisons were so much worse than they are, with horrible food, no activities, no television, no internet, nothing but breaking big hard rocks and eating stale bread and drinking lukewarm water while watching your ass 24/7 for the inevitable ass rape you KNOW is coming...

But all the same, farks like these always act so tough now, but after a month or two of prison, are crying messes of pleading.
 
2013-03-20 05:26:35 AM

JungleBoogie: remus: Cases like this are why I support the Death Penalty.  I am more than willing to raise the bar so that it can only be applied in cases where there is overwhelming certainty of guilt (room full of witnesses, HD Video of the crime, wearing a shirt with "killer" written on it, admitting you did it, and flipping off/cussing out the victim's parents, etc.).  But, in those cases, why not streamline the appeals process so the execution takes place while people still remember the crime?  That would save money and keep it from drawing out 20 years.

TwistedFark: I think a lot of people misconstrue the anti-death penalty argument. For me, it's not about coddling killers and murderers, it's about not trusting our system to be infallible. I, like a lot of people, would rather we just see murderers locked up for life, than to wrongly execute an innocent person. The former just denys out lack of vengance, the later is just abhorrent.

Some people seem to think that the death penalty is the only risk of death to innocent people. There's a risk from driving, flying, construction, manufacturing. And of course, people are murdered while incarcerated. So, it's not like one could do away with the death penalty and do away with the risk of the innocent dying.

The risk of wrongful execution needs to be balanced with the benefits of the death penalty. The death penalty prevents the offender from re-offending, it almost certainly deters (and if it doesn't, you're doing justice to murderers), and it is the closest thing to justice we have.


You're creating a false argument that the death penalty is the only option. Life incarceration protects the public just as well without the risk of sentancing an innocent person to death.
 
2013-03-20 05:35:47 AM

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


I'll start tying weights to your ankles then tell you it takes too much effort to run so you might as well not do it.
 
2013-03-20 05:49:10 AM

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

I'll start tying weights to your ankles then tell you it takes too much effort to run so you might as well not do it.


I bet you'll be one of the first people to sound off on your outrage the next time Fark links to a story of some southern state executes a mentally-incompetent inmate after denying him his last hearing.
 
2013-03-20 06:04:23 AM

super_grass: I bet you'll be one of the first people to sound off on your outrage the next time Fark links to a story of some southern state executes a mentally-incompetent inmate after denying him his last hearing.


Most of the posters on this thread will be too busy masturbating to the image to be able to post.
 
2013-03-20 06:23:00 AM
Stupid bengals fans
 
2013-03-20 06:36:56 AM

silvervial: a kid like this, unless he kills someone in prison, is destined to be some guy's biatch.


Delightful though Farkers' sexual assault fantasies are, I suspect this is a more likely outcome. One on one people get raped because they're either overpowered or less terrified of being raped than of being killed. I seriously doubt this lunatic has any qualms about ripping out his attacker's jugular.
 
2013-03-20 07:15:46 AM

meat0918: That boy needs therapy, psychosomatic
That boy needs therapy, purely psychosomatic
That boy needs therapy
Lie down on the couch, what does that mean?
You're a nut! You're crazy in the coconut!
What does that mean? That boy needs therapy
I'm gonna kill you, that boy needs therapy
Ranagazoo, let's have a tune
Now when I count three
That, that, that, that, that boy.. boy needs therapy
He was white as a sheet
And he also made false teeth

//Got nothing.


Quite possibly the best video/song ever.
Fun as hell to make stoners watch.
 
2013-03-20 07:21:13 AM

FarkinNortherner: silvervial: a kid like this, unless he kills someone in prison, is destined to be some guy's biatch.

Delightful though Farkers' sexual assault fantasies are, I suspect this is a more likely outcome. One on one people get raped because they're either overpowered or less terrified of being raped than of being killed. I seriously doubt this lunatic has any qualms about ripping out his attacker's jugular.


Yeah, because he's either a) a big guy
b) a ninja c) you're a farktard
 
2013-03-20 07:23:49 AM
Capital punishment isn't about justice of being a deterrent to crime.  It's purely about public retribution.  Read all the comments above, there's your proof.  When a kid like this, acts like he does, the public wants vengeance.  Jail isn't enough.  They want death.

I must admit that I am no different.  The death penalty is disgusting to me, and yet I support it.
 
2013-03-20 07:43:30 AM

Close2TheEdge: Capital punishment isn't about justice of being a deterrent to crime.  It's purely about public retribution.  Read all the comments above, there's your proof.  When a kid like this, acts like he does, the public wants vengeance.  Jail isn't enough.  They want death.

I must admit that I am no different.  The death penalty is disgusting to me, and yet I support it.


This is the reason why I can't support it (sorry for the daily fail link): http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2293593/Debra-Milke-Arizona-m o ther-sentenced-death-killing-4-year-old-son-1989-conviction-TOSSED--se t-freed-unless-state-decides-retry-her.html

Basically this:

1) No witnesses.
2) No motive.
3) No evidence.
4) Murderer who led the cops to the body refuses to implicate or testify against the woman.
5) Cop who said she confessed to him (and only to him) has a history of lying under oath and violating miranda (also got a BJ from a female motorist for getting out of a ticket and lied about it)

Net result: She spent 22 years on death row. Not only that but the prosecutor in AZ is adamant he wants to retry the case. This, despite like I said above - no evidence.

Our criminal justice system is a farking nightmare and the stakes are high (as high as your life in some states).

As I mentioned previously - I am not morally opposed to punishing murderers with death. I am however, pretty fundementally opposed to allowing our current justice system to mete out that punishment because it's so open to abuse, like in this case where all it took was one cop to lie under oath to get a conviction. That should scare the fark out of anyone, if it doesn't - you have awesome powers of self delusion to think that this doesn't matter to you.
 
2013-03-20 07:51:00 AM

scotchcrotch: Yeah, because he's either a) a big guy
b) a ninja c) you're a farktard


Really? A psychopath, unafraid of dying himself, isn't a more formidable target for a lone attacker than someone who is terrified of being hurt if they don't acquiesce to the attacker's demands? He's not a big guy, but he has nails, teeth, and the same access to makeshift weapons as any other prisoner.
 
2013-03-20 08:13:37 AM
This is an example of a time when re-enacting the ending of "Lady Vengeance" is perfectly appropriate.
 
2013-03-20 08:50:50 AM
It would be interesting to know how many of the vengeful here think that convicted female murderers should be put in men's prisons to be raped to death as well. Any of you care to support that idea?
 
2013-03-20 09:02:44 AM

orbister: It would be interesting to know how many of the vengeful here think that convicted female murderers should be put in men's prisons to be raped to death as well. Any of you care to support that idea?


Sure I will.

Criminals are not people or even animals at this point. I would be as concerned with putting a hammer and a saw in the same toolbox.
 
2013-03-20 09:15:43 AM
Magnanimous_J: 
...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.


You have basically described the life of a goodly percentage of Farkers, including yours truly. I think his punishment should be a bit harsher.
 
2013-03-20 09:17:10 AM

meat0918: That boy needs therapy, psychosomatic
That boy needs therapy, purely psychosomatic
That boy needs therapy
Lie down on the couch, what does that mean?
You're a nut! You're crazy in the coconut!
What does that mean? That boy needs therapy
I'm gonna kill you, that boy needs therapy
Ranagazoo, let's have a tune
Now when I count three
That, that, that, that, that boy.. boy needs therapy
He was white as a sheet
And he also made false teeth

//Got nothing.


And quoting one of the best albums ever that probably 5 people on Fark have ever heard of gets you favorited.
 
2013-03-20 09:23:56 AM
Why did the judge allow this performance? People have been frog-marched back to their cells for far, far less.
 
2013-03-20 09:53:26 AM

cannotsuggestaname: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Have fun in jail....


anyone want to set the over/under?

Dahmer lasted 2 years before they got him. I don't expect this guy to make it past 12 months with his attitude.




Yeah, "attitude" is the problem.
 
2013-03-20 10:03:06 AM

Pesky_Humans: meat0918: That boy needs therapy, psychosomatic
That boy needs therapy, purely psychosomatic
That boy needs therapy
Lie down on the couch, what does that mean?
You're a nut! You're crazy in the coconut!
What does that mean? That boy needs therapy
I'm gonna kill you, that boy needs therapy
Ranagazoo, let's have a tune
Now when I count three
That, that, that, that, that boy.. boy needs therapy
He was white as a sheet
And he also made false teeth

//Got nothing.

And quoting one of the best albums ever that probably 5 people on Fark have ever heard of gets you favorited.


i.ytimg.com
 
2013-03-20 10:42:08 AM
Let's get it over with, already.
nekki.ru

I'm sure Sheriff Joe would love for his swanky pad to be called a Ludus instead of a rapeatorium.
 
2013-03-20 11:05:19 AM

davidphogan: His sister talked to the media.


I'd hit that.
 
2013-03-20 01:07:18 PM

seadoo2006: 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."

http://www.news-herald.com/articles/2013/03/19/news/doc5148ad9c2b79d 67 8337531.txt

Replace "girlfriend" with "sister" and you might have a winner there ... oh, wait a couple years though ... you don't want to be in the clink with him.


Wow she is very good looking. I could go for replacing girlfriend for sister.
 
2013-03-20 01:35:28 PM

nekom: Livingroom: of course, we cant have a death penalty. instead this guy gets to live out his life on our dime. wtf. this guy should be the poster child for execution, especially with his little quote.

FTFA: 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."

You do realize that the death penalty is more expensive, don't you? Legal fees and all that.

/fark that guy, life in a hole works just fine for him.


No it's not....

farm4.staticflickr.com
 
2013-03-20 01:57:00 PM

Slaxl: The Stealth Hippopotamus: oh wow. the defense lawyers face is priceless. wtf is that?? Is he? No!? He can't, but he is?!

No, I think he's saying "Thank god this case is over, what a complete and utter shiatbag, once this is done i'm gonna go and punch his parents".


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Hey, is that an iPad in the picture? Cool! It's the last time he'll get this close to one I suspect.

The attorney and deputies actually seem bored with the guy. They are just waiting for this to be over.  I can almost read them thinking, "enjoy this- this is your last big moment in life, you stupid ******. You have sacrificed everything, and then some, to get your 5 minutes of attention from people you don't even know and who will forget about you in a week. Tonight, I will be in a comfortable home with my family. Especially comfortable, by comparison to where you are heading. We only have to put up with you for another 30 minutes. You will never stop having to put up with this. You will never have a happy day the rest of your life."
 
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