posted on Jun, 13 2009 @ 05:01 AM
Mass murder: Executed in front of any who wish to witness it - violent death, guillotine or firing squad.
Arson: Depends on the circumstances - loss of life or intention to cause loss of life - violent death. Damage to buildings - fine and lashes.
Murder: Depends on the circumstances, if it was aggressive and unprovoked then violent death. If provoked - then much less, perhaps acquittal.
Rape: Depends on the circumstances. Stalking someone unknown, with injury - public lashes and brand in the forehead. If with a current sexual
partner, and no bodily harm was occasioned - then it is a civil not criminal case.
Child Molestation: If under 12 yrs old, then public lashes and brand in the forehead. Depends though on the definition - say a 15 yr old girl
prostituting herself and wearing makeup - then it might be hard to tell she was underage, and if she was soliciting - then you would hardly apply the
Theft: Lashes - possible branding or execution depending on the severity. Ripping off a retiree of their entire life savings and leaving them
destitute to freeze to death - well, that's serious.
Corporate fraud: Lashes, branding - possible execution depending on the severity.
I don't locking people up is useful - it does nothing, its barbaric and costs a lot more than the persons life is worth. Punish them, or execute
them - then let it go.
Circumstances are extremely important. People who have been provoked, or are threatened - I think the benefit of the doubt has to go to the person
who was not the aggressor, or who was being provoked.
If someone provokes you with no cause, physically or verbally can expect to get whats coming to them, basically they are an aggressor - if they die in
the process - then they should have considered the possible consequences before hand. I think this is an area of law that needs serious review.
[edit on 13-6-2009 by Amagnon]