posted on Apr, 28 2008 @ 11:31 AM
You are right, Booth and Oswald, had they lived to see prison, would never have seen the light of day again. Sirhan Sirhan, etc...will never see the
light of day either.
It's the magnitude of the offence, not the offence itself...Chapman will never be paroled. He'll die in prison. It's not, to my mind exactly
fair, but understandable, I suppose.
Don't get me wrong, I don't think he should be paroled, just as I don't believe that many murderers who plot their crimes with "malice
aforethought" should be paroled. However, many are paroled, why is Chapman different? The fame of his victim? Seems rather unfair to me, looking
at it from Chapmans point of view...