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Asmodai wrote on Nov 27, 2019, 19:29:
This is "social" justice...

Justice is that you pay a heavy price for the crime of murder, including surrendering a future where people are forced to pretend that you didn't murder someone. Is this guy allowed to omit that he is a convicted felon from job applications? What a fucking joke. Perhaps while they're at it, the courts can magically resurrect the dead so he didn't actually commit a crime.

Justice is a word that does not need a modifier, as it is an ideal and any manipulation of it dilutes it's true meaning.

ps. Good luck scrubbing anything from the net, the Streisand effect will take of that.

That's not how German (nor EU) legal nor punishment system works, and that's why we have the lowest murder rate, and the US, has the highest of any 1st world country on the planet. Including more people in jail than CHINA. A country with 6x more people.

And while you could argue that murderers should seriously never, ever get out of jail, ever. And I would be absolutely behind that if was premeditated murder. In reality once you serve your punishment you are legally in your right to demand to be handled like someone that may get a second chance in life to not be a total psycho.

Also the case is.. https://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-14355425.html extremely interesting and would be more akin to a mutiny than murder, including a captain that some might say, deserved to be mutinied against. Either way, the BBC gives you the short form, if you are not extremely adapt in German the Spiegel article from 1982 ! will be a hard-barrier, but it's one hell of a read.
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