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The end simply justifies the means in this instance because if a goal is morally important enough, any method of getting it done is acceptable and the fact of the matter is that the beast will never hurt anyone ever again.
I would need proof on your stats. Sounds very arbitrary.
If he actually did it, he richly deserves what he got, but the reason he was brought to justice may not have been directly tied to his actions and have more to do with absolving a stain on the girl's family's honor than anything else.
Since 1973, 144 people on death row have been exonerated.
And exactly how many people are executed per year in the US ?
Last updated July 28, 2017 following an execution in Texas. Total since 1976 (including 2017): 1458 Executions
Do you dispute the conviction or just the manner that justice was handed out? What would you have happen to him?
He was convicted, according to the law of the land, over the death and rape of Rana.
3. My point was/is a homosexual getting thrown off a roof brings out all sorts of anti sharia commenters , But . When this happens sharia law is all good . The man probably had a five minute trial . The fact that so many were present tells me a lot
originally posted by: Edumakated
Doesn't look like Yemen has an issue with the death penalty costing too much... this is the way it should be done. Convicted, dragged out back and double tapped. Next case...
I can't lose a bit of sleep over this if this guy truly did rape a 3 year old.
With that said, my only issue with death penalty is the corruption and misalignment of prosecutors seeking convictions at all costs which leads to cases where someone may in fact be innocent.