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Re: We are our own worst enemy again

Anyone who commits acts of terrorism has forfeited their rights - human or otherwise.
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12-12-2020, 12:49 PM
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No comment anymore, folks always want to test rules.
I liked to break a few that seem to favour those who have committed violent crime.

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In the October ruling sanctioning Bary's release, US federal Judge Lewis Kaplan said that mercy should allow the offender to be with his family, given it may be the final period of his life.

Those who lost relatives forgotten.
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12-12-2020, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Cinderella ->
I liked to break a few that seem to favour those who have committed violent crime.

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In the October ruling sanctioning Bary's release, US federal Judge Lewis Kaplan said that mercy should allow the offender to be with his family, given it may be the final period of his life.

Those who lost relatives forgotten.
Seems to be the case for nearly all prisoners who are released early. Having seen "justice" prevail during sentencing, they then have it cast aside later.
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12-12-2020, 02:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Dextrous63 ->
Seems to be the case for nearly all prisoners who are released early. Having seen "justice" prevail during sentencing, they then have it cast aside later.
I'm afraid we never learn.

Be soft with criminals and you encourage them to continue their life of crime.
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12-12-2020, 03:35 PM
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It was designed to protect us from Terrorists and others.
No it wasn't.
It was designed to pamper to snowflakes who think more about the perceived victimisation of others rather than thinking of the victims themselves.

When more concern is shown to a murderer and their rights than is shown to the family of the murdered victim you must see that to be true?

Hopefully we are seeing the beginning of a correction whereby those guilty of crimes are punished appropriately and the victims & families needs take precedence, not those of the perpetrator.
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No it wasn't.
It was designed to pamper to snowflakes who think more about the perceived victimisation of others rather than thinking of the victims themselves.

When more concern is shown to a murderer and their rights than is shown to the family of the murdered victim you must see that to be true?

Hopefully we are seeing the beginning of a correction whereby those guilty of crimes are punished appropriately and the victims & families needs take precedence, not those of the perpetrator.
We certainly hope so.
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Re: We are our own worst enemy again

Originally Posted by Zaphod ->
No it wasn't.
It was designed to pamper to snowflakes who think more about the perceived victimisation of others rather than thinking of the victims themselves.

When more concern is shown to a murderer and their rights than is shown to the family of the murdered victim you must see that to be true?

Hopefully we are seeing the beginning of a correction whereby those guilty of crimes are punished appropriately and the victims & families needs take precedence, not those of the perpetrator.
I completely agree Zaphod.
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