Video didnt bother me at all.
For your interest, law is not based on morality unless your an old school positivist or a Greek philospoher.
If you take a moment to consider the world we live in, otherwise know as reality to all those in the know, you'll realise we live in a mix of
positivist and legal realist way of thinking. You'll note that we are virtually a secular society, US and the UK. This in all intense and purposes
means godless, as any Middle Eastern citizen will tell you.
We abide by the letter of the law.
Especially so in England were, as with the Nazis, the government has striven to remove all religious artifact from courts of law. I believe the US is
moving in the same direction.
I'll reiterate my two main point of frustration:
1) that people are so ready to morally judge murders calling them evil and deserving all the pain possible even though they are already serving the
sentence delivered by the representatives of the soverign state on behalf of the people of that land.
2) That in jail prisoners hate child murderers. they dont. They are like any people, they pick on the weak. But look at people like the Moors
Murderers. they were gods in jail and ruled with respect. Whilst people like Muria beachhook become ultimate nonces. Its nothing to do with the crime,
its just they way they hold themselves, prey on or be preyed upon, thats how prisons work and child killers are not natural preyers like gangsters are
and so they automatically sink to the bottom of the food chain.
I think it was Plato that said people get the governemtn they deserve. And the people of England have a governemt that doesnt kill people that have
I enjoy holidaying in Florida, and would be proud to be an American citizen where they actually perfuntionally kill murders. I have been looking at
the Wiki page for Florida execttions:
I note that on that list there are no parents that have killed their children.
Do they have it wrong? Have they determined a 'greater evil' that this man who remove the lifeforce of his own child?
Further, if you consider these killer heros, maybe not you but others, then what do you say to the victims of those criminals? Lets assume they were
murderers? Do you say, hey, they killed a child killer so now they are good guys, hope thats ok with you. No, there are victims that likewise will
never forgive their actions.
And also. Really, he was found with a broken neck. How do you know he wasnt trying to murder peter Sutcliffe and Rosemary West in one go. Would he be
a good guy in your books then?
What if he died accidently whilst struggling over something incidental?
Really, the sense is that noble honest to god murderers did a good deed to rid the world of a man who through a clear mental deficiency destroyed his
own life via a brutal series of attacks on his own flesh and bllod (his own family not by birth I know), not someone elses child, his own.
What i'd like people like you to do is grade murderers on their evil. Really, I was reading about a hard drugs dealer that shot another hard drugs
dealer to move in on his territory. Eveil enough for you? Geater or less? They sold drugs that destroyed peoples lives, lead them to miss out of
social events, loose their jobs, commit crimes to feed their addiction. How many peoples lives would he have to destroy until he was more evil that
this child killer? Or does the fact that he blew away a rival hard drugs dealer make him a hero.
Post me a you tube video to get out of that.
Seriosuly you can go around calling people evil and demanding they are murdered in their cells. Thats what muslim jiahadists do. Openly calling for a
persons murder is a crime in the UK and probably in the UK too. Murderers are people that are generally capable of as much good as anyone. they pay
for their crimes. Once paid, they are free. Thats how it is. They are not morally circumsised. the fact that he wasnt executed is a symptom of the