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  • pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Apr 22, 2013 11:23 AM Flag

    why should the boston bomber

    be tried any differently than the oklahoma city bomber?

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    • acerbicabrasivejudgmental acerbicabrasivejudgmental Apr 22, 2013 4:15 PM Flag

      Because the PROCESS of dispensing justice had absolutely NO deterrent value.

      By treating the OKie Chitty bomber as just another criminal felon with murderous intent, no messages were conveyed to the world that we are not pushovers, soft on terrorism, or more concerned by process than results.

      Timmy went out under fatal injection. We need to hang a few hundred and publicize that justice, swift and final justice, prevails here. A military tribunal is the proper trial court for handling enemies who seek or who have harmed us.

      We've got a war on terrorism on our hands and the POTUS and his nincompoops are treating the terrorists like drug dealers, not the vicious Islamist jihadist terrorist they are which only encourages further attacks on soft targets and the killing of the innocent. But when the populace links 2nd Amendment phallic worship to Fifth Amendment processes, what else should we expect? The right wingnuts are winning, the lefties are happy with #$%$ marriages and legalized pot, and a once-great nation slides into weakness. All IMHO.

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      • """Because the PROCESS of dispensing justice had absolutely NO deterrent value.""

        it sure as heck "deterred" mcveich from doing much more, didn't it? THAT's the kind of deterrant i'm looking for.

        "By treating the OKie Chitty bomber as just another criminal felon with murderous intent, no messages were conveyed to the world that we are not pushovers, soft on terrorism, or more concerned by process than results."

        since when has the american justice system been meant "to convey messages around the world".? it's meant to dispense justice in this country. justice was done in the mcveigh case and having the same kind of justice displayed in this case is enough to satisfy me.

        F.....U....C....K whatever the world may think about it.

        P.S repeating your statement: " no messages were conveyed to the world that we are not pushovers, soft on terrorism"

        if executing a terrorist is what you call "soft on terrorism", i'm all for a little more "softness"!!!!

 
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