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Originally posted by ProudAmerican
Boy, there's a shocker.
What really pisses me off is all the tax dollars that have been spent keeping these two in jail and feeding them, etc. OK, so they found Mohammed guilty of killing 10+ people, now what? They keep him in jail and continue to feed him and cost taxpayers more money, the guy killed at least 12 people, he doesn't deserve to see another day IMO.
I have heard that it costs on average $30,000/ per year to keep an inmate imprisoned. That is our money that are keeping convicted killers alive. I dont know how accurate that figure is but regardless, I dont think they should spend another dime on someone that has ruined so many lives. And if they are going to spend another dime on him, put it towards the lethal injection already.
Originally posted by Byrd
I think the death penalty is one of the punishments in this case. Plus... another state also wants to try him for murders committed there.
Originally posted by Cyrus
money should be spent, why r u griping about a few dimes when the U.S has spent so much on promoting military defense??
i think you're wrong, no1, has the right to take lives away, why stoop to a criminal's level by recomitting the crime...
bad argument, im totally against killing, no matter how justified the cause is.
Originally posted by John bull 1
On a personal note I disagree with the death penalty.However,as the law allows for it then certainly this is an obvious case for it.
The only question I have is is this really terrorism or just murder?
I always considered this to be serial murder.
Is a murder committed by a muslim terrorism now?
This is what troubles me.