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Re: Re: [humanism-174] Death Penalty

From: user 7.
Sent on: Sunday, June 21, 2009 5:56 AM
I totally agree with below comments.  But apparently death is not cruel and unusual punishment, but courts would find forcing people to work in bad conditions to be cruel and unusual punishment.
 
Brian
 
 
we ought to put these sick bastards to work.  Coal mines are really dangerous after all and wouldn't be nice to not have to worry about whether or not the miners make it out alive next time there's a cave in?  Seriously.  And whatever money they would normally earn for their work would go to paying for their room and board with the rest going to their victims or victims families.  I am just sick to the teeth of these guys sitting around playing in the gym and watching cable tee vee that I pay for.  I can't even afford to have internet at home!  It is, pardon my english, utter bullshit.  I vote we go back to bread and water and hard labor.

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