posted on May, 25 2014 @ 04:58 AM
Although the sentence seems harsh, why should people who have suffered financial loss from this individual's thieving then have to pay to keep him in
a prison for the rest of his life?
I do think there are some crimes, (only when there is absolutely no doubt about guilt) that do deserve the death penalty), however I am steeped
psychologically in the 'death penalty' its not our place to legally kill' syndrome'.
I do think Iran is a special case for this because of the burden of sanctions foreign governments have placed upon it, so the people are already
suffering from low finances and to steal would be a greater crime to them, than to us.
I admire Iran's guts and the way it sticks to its ideals. It seems to be a country that is used as a pawn when it suits the USA and probably UK and
dropped instantly when it doesn't. I have Iranian friends and I know how they worry about relatives still there and the hardships they face.
It also begs the question is Iran a more honest country than Saudi to its principles?