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19 minutes ago, stawns said:

our goal in Canada is rehabilitation, not punishment.  Doubtful he will ever be released, but that doesn't mean he can't strive to have some kind of meaningful life.  

He's been deemed as likely to repeat his actions in the future.  He is someone where the odds are seriously not in his favour.  Others in Canada agree, that's why they are working on getting his day passes revoked.

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32 minutes ago, stawns said:

our goal in Canada is rehabilitation, not punishment.  Doubtful he will ever be released, but that doesn't mean he can't strive to have some kind of meaningful life.  

Ya rehabilitation works so well.

Police warn 2 high-risk sex offenders being released in Winnipeg

Jasper has been previously convicted of numerous sexual offences against children. Jasper has done treatment programs, but police said he is considered a high risk to re-offend and all children, particularly boys, are at risk of sexual violence.

https://www.google.ca/amp/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.3902613

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26 minutes ago, Rocksterh8 said:

It only cost's more because states and governments make it so. They need to smarten up with the public's money.

it costs more because of the court time it takes to make sure you're not killing the wrong people or that the trials were fair. Plus our system isn't about personal vengeance. Given the high cost, the fact that sometimes they kill innocent people by mistake, and its easier on the criminal all make the death penalty a poor choice imo. 

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Just now, S'all Good Man said:

it costs more because of the court time it takes to make sure you're not killing the wrong people or that the trials were fair. Plus our system isn't about personal vengeance. Given the high cost, the fact that sometimes they kill innocent people by mistake, and its easier on the criminal all make the death penalty a poor choice imo. 

Earlier you stated the death penalty was to easy for criminals. And I agree sometimes innocent people are killed but what about the innocent people locked up for life?

 

Considering your stance those locked up for life that are wrongfully accused must be worse off right?

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6 minutes ago, Ryan Strome said:

Earlier you stated the death penalty was to easy for criminals. And I agree sometimes innocent people are killed but what about the innocent people locked up for life?

 

Considering your stance those locked up for life that are wrongfully accused must be worse off right?

There's always the chance that the innocent people can eventually get their cases retried and get released.  The second option isn't there for someone who has been executed.  The US criminal justice system is flawed beyond the point to where you can trust with a near certainty that they have the right person.

 

The only time that the death penalty even makes sense these days is when you have open/shut cases like this one where the person is so depraved that he actually films himself killing an innocent person in cold blood.  That leaves no doubt as to the guilt of said person.  They burn through their appeals much faster which saves resources in the long run and are then removed from the gene pool.

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38 minutes ago, SabreFan1 said:

There's always the chance that the innocent people can eventually get their cases retried and get released.  The second option isn't there for someone who has been executed.  The US criminal justice system is flawed beyond the point to where you can trust with a near certainty that they have the right person.

 

The only time that the death penalty even makes sense these days is when you have open/shut cases like this one where the person is so depraved that he actually films himself killing an innocent person in cold blood.  That leaves no doubt as to the guilt of said person.  They burn through their appeals much faster which saves resources in the long run and are then removed from the gene pool.

I just mentioned that to s'all because he claimed life in prison is far worse on criminals than the death penalty. I use to agree but it seems if you follow or study these cases most people are begging for life rather then a dealth penalty.

 

If Canada had capital punishment I could understand it given they have ps4 and porno mags In jail All on the tax payers dime.

 

But hey we have to keep violent murderers and rapists happy right..

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1 hour ago, S'all Good Man said:

it costs more because of the court time it takes to make sure you're not killing the wrong people or that the trials were fair. Plus our system isn't about personal vengeance. Given the high cost, the fact that sometimes they kill innocent people by mistake, and its easier on the criminal all make the death penalty a poor choice imo. 

I understand all that, but just like any government run entity, they will always spend over their budget so they can ask for more next year. It's always been that way and will never change for government run business. They love spending tax dollars. 

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6 minutes ago, Rocksterh8 said:

I understand all that, but just like any government run entity, they will always spend over their budget so they can ask for more next year. It's always been that way and will never change for government run business. They love spending tax dollars. 

well, true enough, when there's a guaranteed income stream no matter what its pretty easy to spend thats for sure. Kind of like the Leafs. 

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18 hours ago, SabreFan1 said:

Ohio has the death penalty, but the crime(s) need to fall under one of these circumstances:

 

  1. The murder was the assassination of the president of the United States or person in line of succession to the presidency, or of the governor or lieutenant governor of Ohio, or of the president-elect or vice president-elect of the United States, or of the governor-elect of Ohio, or of a candidate for any of the foregoing offices.
  2. The murder was committed for hire.
  3. The murder was committed for the purpose of escaping detection, apprehension, trial, or punishment for another offense committed by the offender.
  4. The murder was committed while the offender was under detention or while the offender was at large after having broken detention.
  5. Prior to the murder, the offender was convicted of a previous offense having as an essential element the purposeful killing of or attempt to kill another, or the current offense was part of a course of conduct involving the offender's purposeful killing of or attempt to kill two or more persons.
  6. The victim was a law enforcement officer, and the offender knew or reasonably should have known that fact, and the officer was either performing duties or the offender acted with the specific purpose of killing such officer.
  7. The murder was committed while the offender was committing, attempting to commit, or fleeing immediately after committing or attempting to commit kidnapping, rape, aggravated arson, aggravated robbery, or aggravated burglary, and either the offender was the principal offender in the commission of the aggravated murder or, if not the principal offender, committed the aggravated murder with prior planning.
  8. The victim was a witness who was purposely killed by the offender either to prevent the victim from testifying, or in retaliation for prior testimony.
  9. The offender, in the commission of the murder, purposefully caused the death of another who was under 13 years of age at the time of the commission of the offense, and either the offender was the principal offender in the commission of the offense or, if not the principal offender, committed the offense with prior planning.
  10. The offense was committed while the offender was committing, attempting to commit, or fleeing immediately after committing or attempting to commit terrorism.

 

He'll be eligible for the death penalty under #7 and if he really has killed multiple times like he has claimed to, he'll also be eligible under #5.

#10.
 

These acts, and because he used social media to record the execution of that innocent person, can be construed as domestic terrorism. But guaranteed he's shot on site, so either way he's one dead mofo.

I JUST watched the video and it's honestly the most disturbing thing I've seen in my entire life. Without question.

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This "shooting" is faker than a $3 bill.  Anyone with half a brain will see that who has actually seen the video.  It's absurd.  I tried to imbed a video that proved it was fake but conveniently it was removed from ScrewTube.  The video is still available on LiveLeak.  The shot, turnaround then CUT and EDIT is more than obvious.  I'm sure I'll get flagged, warned or banned for this but shame on everyone who believes this at face value.  Do your own research.  If this shooting is real so is Mickey Mouse.

And spare me the "people calling this fake are conspiracy theorists, someone died blah blah blah".  I'm not trolling or trying to incite argument.  I'm merely calling it as it is.  It's ridiculous.  No one died, no one got hurt.  Check your cognitive dissonance for 5 min and look into it.   If another video comes out and doesn't get banned by the fascists on YouTube I'll post it.  

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24 minutes ago, VanGnome said:

#10.
 

These acts, and because he used social media to record the execution of that innocent person, can be construed as domestic terrorism. But guaranteed he's shot on site, so either way he's one dead mofo.

I JUST watched the video and it's honestly the most disturbing thing I've seen in my entire life. Without question.

Not judging, but I'm curious: why would you seek that video out? 

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58 minutes ago, VanGnome said:

#10.
 

These acts, and because he used social media to record the execution of that innocent person, can be construed as domestic terrorism. But guaranteed he's shot on site, so either way he's one dead mofo.

I JUST watched the video and it's honestly the most disturbing thing I've seen in my entire life. Without question.

It's disturbing because it's fake.  

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