Date registered: Sep 2004
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Originally Posted by my90300E
What is the issue here, age or severity of the crime commited?
If Klebot (sp) of the infamous Colimbine shooting were to live after his crime should he live, you and I could support his sorry ass, cause he is just a "child".
I say bull$hit. Its been long overdue to make it a MANDITORY life w/o possibility or death regardless of age when a "child" is involved in a murder. We, as a society, are too busy being weak and "touchy feely" to properly administer TRUE justice. Why has it become a priorty to concern ourselves with the criminal rather than his negative impact on society and his VICTIMS.
Weed the garden or the weeds will take over.
As they say the ACLU has never met a criminal they didn't like.
Well, Michael, I have been a member of the ACLU for over thirty years, and you are full of it. The only thing the ACLU is interested in is if the rights guaranteed you in the Bill of Rights has been violated. They leave this shit to Amnesty International or Human Rights Watch. Go back to Michael Savage, someday you'll wake up to the fact the ACLU has been protecting YOU.
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