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  Reply # 1589508 11-Jul-2016 10:23
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Gemini:

 

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Rikkitic:

 

BTR:

 

Should we take the GOT or Trump concept and build a wall, put the good people on one side and the bad people on the other and then get Gandolf to stand in the doorway shouting "thou shall not pass"......

 

IMO I would rather spent a few dollars on a bullet for this guy than paying to keep him in prison. 

 

 

And how much are you willing to spend to compensate the families of those murdered by the State who later turn out to be innocent?

 

 

 

 

 

 

See Blain, David for example?

 

 

Please explain how this guy is like David Blain?

 

 

 

 

I never said he was.






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  Reply # 1589509 11-Jul-2016 10:24
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Gemini:

 

 

 

If you read his comment you'll see he is talking about THIS guy

 

How do you propose compensating this guys future victims if he re-offends?

 

 

This is a senseless question. Are you seriously proposing that someone should be subjected to preventive execution? That is what the other poster was suggesting. 

 

Arguments based on individual examples don't go anywhere. If this guy is currently guilty of anything, he should be treated accordingly. If he is deemed a risk to society, there should be procedures for dealing with that. Obviously someone like this should be closely monitored at the least. Maybe he belongs in an institution for the criminally insane. I can't say. But facile BS comments about putting bullets into him are not appropriate nor deserving of a serious response.

 

 





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  Reply # 1589524 11-Jul-2016 10:53
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Rikkitic:

 

Gemini:

 

 

 

If you read his comment you'll see he is talking about THIS guy

 

How do you propose compensating this guys future victims if he re-offends?

 

 

This is a senseless question. Are you seriously proposing that someone should be subjected to preventive execution? That is what the other poster was suggesting. 

 

Arguments based on individual examples don't go anywhere. If this guy is currently guilty of anything, he should be treated accordingly. If he is deemed a risk to society, there should be procedures for dealing with that. Obviously someone like this should be closely monitored at the least. Maybe he belongs in an institution for the criminally insane. I can't say. But facile BS comments about putting bullets into him are not appropriate nor deserving of a serious response.

 

 

 

 

I must have misunderstood

 

You replied to the bullet comment about compensating the families of the wrongly convicted - that appeared to be a serious response


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  Reply # 1589651 11-Jul-2016 13:17
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Gemini:

 

Rikkitic:

 

Gemini:

 

 

 

If you read his comment you'll see he is talking about THIS guy

 

How do you propose compensating this guys future victims if he re-offends?

 

 

This is a senseless question. Are you seriously proposing that someone should be subjected to preventive execution? That is what the other poster was suggesting. 

 

Arguments based on individual examples don't go anywhere. If this guy is currently guilty of anything, he should be treated accordingly. If he is deemed a risk to society, there should be procedures for dealing with that. Obviously someone like this should be closely monitored at the least. Maybe he belongs in an institution for the criminally insane. I can't say. But facile BS comments about putting bullets into him are not appropriate nor deserving of a serious response.

 

 

 

 

I must have misunderstood

 

You replied to the bullet comment about compensating the families of the wrongly convicted - that appeared to be a serious response

 

 

 

 

I was responding to the suggestion of compensation by the state of people later found not guilty.






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