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Originally posted by restlessinMT
I posted previously on this thread about an 11 year old girl near my area who got abducted and raped but some how got let go!!! She made it but Jessica did not! FBI have stated they do not think the two are related even though the girl in Cody WY was abducted days after Jessica. Colorado to Wyoming is pretty quick and easy. How do they know?
On Thursday the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced that the case of a child abduction in Cody, Wyo., is not related to Jessica's disappearance.
I see these thoughts repeated a lot in discussions like these. As for my own position, let me make it perfectly clear I want to see death for the perps not as a matter of punishment, but as a simple pragmatic solution to removing dangerous people from existence so that they can never repeat such a crime ever again, lest a failure in their incarceration cause them to walk free among good and decent people again.
Originally posted by UziLiberman
reply to post by MaMaa
also, as righteous as it may sound... why are you wishing death on the killer? how is that making you any better than him/her?
i don't wish death on nobody, regardless of the facts involved.
anybody who commits such an act should live to deal with the repercussions coming from that action.
that's far worse than dying, and trust me i know because i have been there.
death gives you the freedom to feel nothing at all.
and by nothing i mean nothing filled with everything, similar to the buddhist concept.
Originally posted by Aninonymous
reply to post by XXX777
Then that belongs in the OP.
All I see is a news story, with no other angle, on a conspiracy sight.
I've seen a bunch a of missing posters around town where I live.
Should I make a few new threads?
I don't come to ATS to see reposted news I can find on any of the MSM channels, unless the OP offers an alternative take.
This is a sad event that, unfortunately, happens way too often. I could have gone today without reading any of this. None of it has changed, or even attempted to challenge, my viewpoint on the current state of affairs in America today.