Originally Posted by Chukpike
I have answered your question. Are you going to answer mine? Did I miss read your post #12?
All I can say is that he certainly won't be doing that again." quote senojekips
I took that to mean you agreed with the execution.
Do you or do you not agree that John Allen Mohammad should have been executed?
As I think you agree he should have been executed. How do you know he was 100% guilty as you require? How did you justify your requirement of 100%.
It is my understanding that the man has already
been executed, how do you think that he is going to do it again? But that does not mean that I am 100% in favour of the death penalty.
I have no idea as to whether he should have been executed or not, as I have no idea as to whether if he was innocent or guilty, I'm not even familiar with the case.
Having said that, I do feel that there is a place for the death penalty,.......... but certainly not under the present arrangements.
Like I said, just read what I say, don't think too hard about it, as people tend to see things in the light that favours their own argument. It is this type of human frailty, that makes the jury system so open to error. e.g. People with closed minds on subjects like this should never qualify for jury duty,... that doesn't leave many who would qualify. We all have opinions and our own set of values, I certainly wouldn't qualify, as I have almost no faith in many of our laws, the legal system and the people who implement it.
Fortunately for some alleged criminals, I live well outside of the maximum distance to be called.