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Why do monsters get away with crimes?

July 14, 2013

DEAR EDITOR: Are you kidding me? That monster in Cleveland who tortured those three girls pleading innocent? Why? We all know he is guilty....

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ohcwby

Jul-17-13 9:45 PM

I agree with reallytired and EARL. You can't have it both ways. And yup EARL that's so true, sometimes the truth hurts....It is what it is.

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msmith82

Jul-17-13 7:04 PM

We all know Castro will never see the light of day. America has a justice system where you have the right to a fair trial by a jury of your peers. I am glad we live in a country where you can have an attorney present when you are in court. America's justice system may not be perfect but it is a lot better than some other countries.

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NYNAMEISEARL

Jul-17-13 6:23 PM

Monsters like casey anthony,george zimmerman & adam lanza....cause of their complexion...i respect adam lanza,atleast he was man enough to off himself,casey anthony is free to have another child to kill & gz..don't reproduce,remember "SINS OF MY FATHER", either him or his family is gonna pay. It's reality

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reallytiredofit

Jul-17-13 6:07 PM

Well I have thought about it but I can not even imagine why a poster thinks that my 1:10 pm comment was for me VERY INTERESTING COMMENT.

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antdeb

Jul-17-13 5:02 PM

Well Reallytired why don't you think about it ?

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reallytiredofit

Jul-17-13 2:23 PM

WHY?

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antdeb

Jul-17-13 1:57 PM

You have no idea what I think about the government or anything else!! You need to think about your beliefs and the politicians you support and their beliefs, what they vote for!!!

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reallytiredofit

Jul-17-13 1:48 PM

What really amuses me is that the very same people that believe the Government, at all levels in this country, is dishonest, corrupt and immoral, should have the authority to take a persons life. The same folks that say people are sheeple, for blindly following their government are objective enough, and savvy enough, to hold a persons life in their hands. Talk about conflicted beliefs!

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reallytiredofit

Jul-17-13 1:40 PM

WHY?

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antdeb

Jul-17-13 1:27 PM

"Government should not be in the legal death business." This from you Reallytired is a VERY INTERESTING COMMENT!!!

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reallytiredofit

Jul-17-13 1:10 PM

It works differently, HERE IN THE USA, State by State. There are many states that have no death penalty provisions at all. Therefore one can not accurately say HOW IT IS DONE HERE IN THE USA. I have given my opinion to the same questions multiple times, (1) There should be no death penalty in the USA. The Government should not be in the legal death business. (2) The very same people would pay the incarceration costs as pay for the execution. That is a constant throughout the whole world. (3) Every study has shown that the cost to execute a person, HERE IN THE USA, actually costs more than the costs involved in a life sentence, HOWEVER, the cheapest cost should not be the determining factor when it comes to the administration of justice.

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antdeb

Jul-17-13 12:21 PM

Well if you would take off your snarky attitude I am asking YOUR opinion on how YOU think it should work HERE IN THE USA not elsewhere. I of course got your snotty self righteous attitude once again!! Surprisingly!!!

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reallytiredofit

Jul-17-13 12:11 PM

Well it works just fine in 95% of the civilized world. Maybe some people need to do a little objective research on the subject instead of asking foolish questions. That way their comments may have a little more more weight.

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antdeb

Jul-17-13 11:51 AM

Ok..not sure why I can't get an intelligent answer on how you think that would work?

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reallytiredofit

Jul-17-13 10:25 AM

GO FISH

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antdeb

Jul-17-13 10:24 AM

And at what cost? Who should foot the bill?

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antdeb

Jul-17-13 10:23 AM

So you feel that life behind bars is an excellent way to live? What privileges should the life in prison have?

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reallytiredofit

Jul-17-13 9:34 AM

The answer is obvious, life in prison.

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reallytiredofit

Jul-17-13 9:32 AM

That would be Jesus Christ.

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antdeb

Jul-16-13 10:40 PM

Again if you don't believe in the Death Penalty what punishment do you think is appropriate for death penalty level crimes? You haven't answered that !!

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antdeb

Jul-16-13 10:37 PM

And who would that be?

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reallytiredofit

Jul-16-13 3:45 PM

It is important to remember that the most famous person ever convicted of a capital crime, and then executed for it, was innocent.

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reallytiredofit

Jul-16-13 3:41 PM

I don't believe that the capital punishment is a liberal vs. conservative issue. It really has nothing to do with the philosophy of either group. Most nations be they right leaning or left leaning have abolished capital punishment. I personally do not support the death penalty, and never will under ANY circumstances. I do not, however, consider it an issue vital to the welfare of the nation going forward.

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antdeb

Jul-16-13 11:43 AM

Ok ..so for the sake of argument from the anti-death penalty crowd...what do you expect to happen to someone convicted of a crime that would normally indicate a death sentence? Incarceration for life? Set them free? When? After how long? What if the anti-death penalty crowd has a family member murdered? Would you change your mind then? Just asking ...what do you expect?

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ohcwby

Jul-16-13 2:56 AM

Well said horatio.

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