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eRe4s3r wrote on Nov 27, 2019, 20:42:
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.

I didn't mention sentencing, I mentioned consequences. I absolutely believe that once you serve your debt to society, you should not be held in prison indefinately. However, there are other life long effects of being a convicted murderer, eg. losing the right to vote, being required to declare your convicted felon status to employers. I find it impossible to be sympathetic to a fairly tried and convicted murderer who wants to escape the past.
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