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    Okay, I'm taking back the death penalty as an option as I'm not sure how I feel about that but my idea of justice would be some form of punishment despite the persons background. The background shouldn't make a difference.
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    But nobody is motivated by the same things. Every individual is unpredictable, and you can't measure everybody by the same standards, not because it is fair or not, just because it's inexact, and you're not getting whole justice.
    Maybe what is justice for me it isn't for another person, but still both 'justices' are... justice.
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    context. Everything in context. Most of the time I think no one is above the law. but there are rare instances where I'll make exceptions. I mean if you know the consequences, and still willing to take the risk, then you need to accept that you might not like the outcome. And everyone else in the world has had to live with a result they wish they didn't so why should anyone by above that?

    their's laws I don't agree with.
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    But where would you draw the line. One murderer was molested and emotionaly abused as a child, one is just kooky, are you going to punish them differently because of different backgrounds. I don't think that's right. My humble opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    But where would you draw the line. One murderer was molested and emotionaly abused as a child, one is just kooky, are you going to punish them differently because of different backgrounds. I don't think that's right. My humble opinion.
    what's the crime?

    and backgrounds no I probably wouldn't. it more has to do with mental age then anything else.
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    murder
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    murder no matter what should be punished. their's no excuse for taking a life of another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    But where would you draw the line. One murderer was molested and emotionaly abused as a child, one is just kooky, are you going to punish them differently because of different backgrounds. I don't think that's right. My humble opinion.
    No, no. I'd punish them equally, since they have done the same. I don't believe that tragic pasts may exhime one of their guilt.
    But I also think that the causants of the emotional scarring of the first murderer should be punished too. If they didn't create a monster, a person wouldn't have died. It's nave and childish, but, oh well.
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    no actually, it doesn't matter waht the crime is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kora View Post
    No, no. I'd punish them equally, since they have done the same. I don't believe that tragic pasts may exhime one of their guilt.
    But I also think that the causants of the emotional scarring of the first murderer should be punished too. If they didn't create a monster, a person wouldn't have died. It's nave and childish, but, oh well.
    Yes, I understand what you're saying. It's a vicious cycle.
    This reminds me of the movie 'Monster'. Despite the opinion I have here, when I watched that movie I was thinking, but, but...It's not her fault!!
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