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Would you be in favor of public punishments/executions?
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I don't think the executions should be public. Let them be a quiet injection with no fuss and no carnival.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:11 PM)
I don't think the executions should be public. Let them be a quiet injection with no fuss and no carnival.
Very True!

Everybody deserves dignity in death, Even Criminals!

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Post: #34
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 06:59 PM)
Prisons are a joke. The justice system is a joke.

We need to reform it so criminals entering the system will reform.

We can no longer afford to keep death row inmates alive. Chronic violent offenders. Rapists and child molesters where there is no question of their guilt.


This last one will be unpopular, but I also suggest cradle to grave criminal leeches. Why? Because we're spending money on them from cradle to grave, including their lawyers, to get our homes invaded by them.

I can hear it now "they have rights". Time for the rest of us to stand up for our rights. I have the right to walk down any goddamned street in America at 2 am without being mugged.

We should be spending the money on our futures, the best and the brightest among us, those who will save humanity, those inventing and creating, educating those who want to learn.

A mugger obviously doesn't care about what you think your rights are. If you really had that right, you would be able to walk without getting mugged. Nobody can guarantee that for you.
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NO, absolutely not. I think it would be something that once you see, you cannot unsee.

I live in Marion, In. before I moved here, there was an instance where some public took the law in their own hands and hung some black guys. I'm glad I didn't live here at that time. It was a disgrace to this city.
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RE: Would you be in favor of public punishments/executions?
Яudis  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:18 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:11 PM)
I don't think the executions should be public. Let them be a quiet injection with no fuss and no carnival.
Very True!

Everybody deserves dignity in death, Even Criminals!

Mostly but there are circumstances that favor public executions.

If the guilty did something that will inspire more acts of violence from followers or copy cats. Then they can make one last atonement for their wrongs against humanity and life by preventing more violence. Saving innocent lives.

Civilized people do not need to see executions as they understand the law and logic with reason. But the emotionally violent and lost people do not understand that and they are the ones who need to hear the message.

I would think it be public to the crimes peers.


At the end of the day, it is about preventing acts of violence against innocent people.
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Brother Earth  Wrote: (07-16-2017 04:58 PM)
Maybe executions are a little much chuckle

But once you've reached a certain age...say 25, and you f*#k up like stealing or vandalism(both of which I've been guilty of myself) you need to be strapped to a post and whipped!

Caogafag

Let's chat about this and see what comes up.

If your parents had done their job by punishing you as a youngster, you wouldn't be stealing or doing vandalism at age 25.

Not all thieves share the same motives. In my area, a young homeless woman was caught stealing baby formula for her child. The store called the police and the cop who arrived, instead of arresting her, ended up buying her some formula. I bet you $100 that the cop wasn't a right-wing asshole.
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RE: Would you be in favor of public punishments/executions?
jcab2000  Wrote: (07-16-2017 05:47 PM)
Bronco Bama  Wrote: (07-16-2017 05:34 PM)
I wish capital torture was a thing. If a man kills someone, and he decides he likes it, he'll try to kill as many people as he can before he's caught. There would be no incentive for him not to, because a guy can only be executed once. With capital torture, he could be made to suffer physically and psychologically for a set length of time per each murder, which would be followed by execution.

I'm not quite sure what torture methods would be best. One of my favorites is when the CIA would place an Al Quada suspect in a dark box with a large bug crawling around inside.

Wow, I thought you were liberal, but you're just another asshole with no regard for human life, like most republicans.

Of course the assholes in charge are exempt from all of your precious torture and will be deciding who gets tortured. Maybe they'll torture you or your family because you think or say what they deem to be torture worthy.

Everyone who believes in this sh*t is a damn moron. Why would you trust that this additional power you're handing the government would not be abused like everything else is?

I mean is the only thing that stands between the world we have now and utopia is the ability for government and politicians to indiscriminately torture whoever they want for any reason?

Believe me that whatever f'ing rules you think should be put in place for this would be ignored and/or changed to suit those in power.

Seriously, WTF is wrong with everyone for this?

I don't choose my views based on political lines. I choose based on my own moral code. It just so happens that most of my conclusions are liberal.
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RE: Would you be in favor of public punishments/executions?
Bronco Bama  Wrote: (07-16-2017 05:34 PM)
I wish capital torture was a thing. If a man kills someone, and he decides he likes it, he'll try to kill as many people as he can before he's caught. There would be no incentive for him not to, because a guy can only be executed once. With capital torture, he could be made to suffer physically and psychologically for a set length of time per each murder, which would be followed by execution.

I'm not quite sure what torture methods would be best. One of my favorites is when the CIA would place an Al Quada suspect in a dark box with a large bug crawling around inside.

That doesn't surprise me at all. In the meantime you'll have to be content with torturing all of us with your idiotic posts.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 12:15 AM)
Bronco Bama  Wrote: (07-16-2017 05:34 PM)
I wish capital torture was a thing. If a man kills someone, and he decides he likes it, he'll try to kill as many people as he can before he's caught. There would be no incentive for him not to, because a guy can only be executed once. With capital torture, he could be made to suffer physically and psychologically for a set length of time per each murder, which would be followed by execution.

I'm not quite sure what torture methods would be best. One of my favorites is when the CIA would place an Al Quada suspect in a dark box with a large bug crawling around inside.

That doesn't surprise me at all. In the meantime you'll have to be content with torturing all of us with your idiotic posts.

What's wrong with torturing serial killers? Or here's another scenario: A prisoner who has ten life sentences decides to murder a fellow inmate over some perceived slight. Perhaps the prisoner he murdered was due to get out in a few months. Maybe he had a wife and child waiting for him.

What's that murderer going to get? Another thirty years added to his 250-year sentence? He must be shaking in his undies.
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Bronco Bama  Wrote: (07-17-2017 12:20 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 12:15 AM)
That doesn't surprise me at all. In the meantime you'll have to be content with torturing all of us with your idiotic posts.

What's wrong with torturing serial killers? Or here's another scenario: A prisoner who has ten life sentences decides to murder a fellow inmate over some perceived slight. Perhaps the prisoner he murdered was due to get out in a few months. Maybe he had a wife and child waiting for him.

What's that murderer going to get? Another thirty years added to his 250-year sentence? He must be shaking in his undies.

So torturing the guy to bring some sick sense of justice being served to psychos like you is preferable in what way? I'm really interested to hear this.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 12:24 AM)
Bronco Bama  Wrote: (07-17-2017 12:20 AM)
What's wrong with torturing serial killers? Or here's another scenario: A prisoner who has ten life sentences decides to murder a fellow inmate over some perceived slight. Perhaps the prisoner he murdered was due to get out in a few months. Maybe he had a wife and child waiting for him.

What's that murderer going to get? Another thirty years added to his 250-year sentence? He must be shaking in his undies.

So torturing the guy to bring some sick sense of justice being served to psychos like you is preferable in what way? I'm really interested to hear this.

The torture is meant to act as a deterrent to other would-be serial murderers. Didn't you read my earlier post about the hypothetical serial killer? Maybe I need to spell it out for you: If a serial murderer has an incentive to not keep killing, he's more likely to think twice about his next kill. If he knows that each little girl he brutally rapes and murders will earn him a set amount of torture (rather than imaginary life sentences he'll never live to serve), he might think twice.
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I don't understand why torture is so taboo. There are even methods now of inflicting pain that cause no damage to body tissue.
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Bronco Bama  Wrote: (07-17-2017 12:28 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 12:24 AM)
So torturing the guy to bring some sick sense of justice being served to psychos like you is preferable in what way? I'm really interested to hear this.

The torture is meant to act as a deterrent to other would-be serial murderers. Didn't you read my earlier post about the hypothetical serial killer? Maybe I need to spell it out for you: If a serial murderer has an incentive to not keep killing, he's more likely to think twice about his next kill. If he knows that each little girl he brutally rapes and murders will earn him a set amount of torture rather than imaginary life sentences he'll never live to serve, he might think twice.

Maybe I should spell it out for you. In your twisted world of moral relativism perhaps torturing a murderer is a valid method of obtaining "justice". In the real world it makes you a sick f*#k and lands you squarely in the class of said murderer. Worse, actually.

If you had advocated a firing squad or some other painless non-sadistic method of ridding the world of a murderer I could get on board but you didn't. You said torture.

Let you fucktards talk long enough and you can't help but eventually reveal your true nature.
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Public display of suspected pedos being flogged is a good idea. No?
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