posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 02:34 AM
reply to post by tempesillest
You make a good point, Tempesillest, sadly, there are laws that protect criminals.
Thakfully, here where i live, if someone breaks into my home, I have legal precedence to remove him from the gene-pool..
Granted, anyone who does such said thing, as removing someone from the Gene Pool, and gets in trouble for it when it is in their own home from
breaking an entering, or threating ones life and family. That is truly a crime.
I have heard stories of people getting sued by criminals for getting injured in the building/home they have broken into. Sadly, you can and often
times people do sue the daylights out of honest people.
The legal system in the United States treats criminals too lightly. Repeat offenders get a slap on the wrist. 3-strikes law for DUI? c'mon, only
takes ONE accident to forever change or end another(s) life.
I ask people all the time who argu about the 3-strikes rule.. "If it is your wife/husband and kids in the car that the drunk driver hits, and he's
on his second strike, are you going to feel that justice was served?" most people don't have a response to that..
Too many laws in this country, and I'd wager there are a slim few who fully grasp the volumes of laws.
Peace and Saftey, Friends.