Originally Posted by Chukpike
So apparently advances in forensics won't aid in limiting improper verdicts.
I guess you sleep better knowing paroled murders are killing innocent people about about 10 times the rate of innocent people being convicted.
23 innocents convicted in 87 years 23/87 X 10 equals 2.64 inocents in 10 years.
30 murderers in 10 years versus 2.64 in ten years
The night after John Allen Mohammad was executed I slept like a baby.
I don't care if you agree with me or not, as it seems you are argueing with your self.
Or did I miss read your post # 12: "All I can say is that he certainly won't be doing that again." quote s
I took that to mean you agreed with the execution.
I do, but they have to get it 100% correct, something that is not possible at the moment. All of your argument still does not address the state sanctioned murder of innocent persons.
The law and "forensics" still make more than their fair share of mistakes, the biggest thing in their favour is that they have found several persons on death row to be innocent. When it involves the life of an innocent person, near enough, is not good enough.