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NKD wrote on Nov 28, 2019, 20:38:
bigspender wrote on Nov 28, 2019, 20:21:
The world has far exceeded it's quota of humans beings. We have no room or time for people who at actively working against the betterment of society.

Which is why the death penalty is appropriate for violent criminals. Of course the evidence needs to be strong to make sure its the right person getting removed. Not hard to to with so much video footage everywhere these days.

What does the death penalty have to do with this guys case? He wasn't sentenced to death, and is a free man, having served the sentence that the courts found appropriate.
Dude, one death would make a huge, I mean big big large huge difference in the total population count of humans on earth.
Probably the largest difference that could be made. Are you not thinking.
According to the Criminal Justice Project of the NAACP, there are 2,673 people on death row in the United States as of April 1, 2019.
All of the worlds problems would be solved. Whirled Peas would be a sure thing. We could eat animals again and it would actually be good for us and the environment.
As a matter of fact the death penalty should be applied to everything from jay walking, speeding and cursing. It's about time we cleaned up this place.

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