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#31 adrynalyne

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 14:18

The hell with putting them in jail, a bullet to the head is what they deserve.  Quick and easy, and if you use a large enough caliber they won't even know what hit them :D

However,  put them in a particular correctional facility known for gang raping inmates...might be a fitting sentence.

 

Nobody likes rapists, not even inmates.




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Posted 17 July 2013 - 14:26

Yup. Rapists, molesters, kid killers etc. have a VERY short half-life in prison. They will find a way to get to them, and some guards will go temporarily blind & deaf.

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 14:26

I say we give the victim a metal strap on and let her go to town.

 

This and probably wrap sandpaper around the shaft.



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 14:30

this is just sick, the amount of violence she suffered most likely changed her forever into a different person. Also they went into a extra leap for calling her parent explaining what they were doing to her, this is beyond anything i ever heard.

 

how someone should deal with this? as a parent i would probably go berserk on them; as a citizen the notions of justice and human rights are important ones and should be respected for a healthy society; the victim should see justice applied to the culprits and they should receive the properly penalty for a crime as cruel as this one; the problem is, if proven they are guilty, how to deal with this without becoming a monster as they are? kill them? how? slowly, faster? put them into prison for life, having the state paying for them to live and the victim knowing they are alive?

 

we, as a society, should not let this things go unpunished and just the notion that they could get away because of a technical detail or some legal crap, it disgusts me.



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 14:33

However,  put them in a particular correctional facility known for gang raping inmates...might be a fitting sentence.

 

Nobody likes rapists, not even inmates.

 

 

Which is a bit hypocritical of prisoners when you consider how much rape occurs in prison.



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 19:49

That is almost always same sex rape, and usually an establishment of power & pecking order. Violent as they are most all hardcore prisoners have either mothers, younger brothers or sisters they feel defensive about, and this kind of opportunistic rapist represents what would set them off to defend them. This is what makes rapists, pederasts, and pedophiles targets.

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 19:56

See, not a fan of torture.  I'd just pull the trigger and be done with them.  Cheap, quick, done!

 

The problem with the above statement is the quick part.



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 20:07

Lot of "UMADBRO" types posting here.

 

I've always been in favour of a humane, efficient death penalty for crimes such as this. A quick shot to the head or injection does it. It's not about revenge or retribution but about practicality and creating a closure to the events.

 

All these "PUT THEM IN JAIL TO GET RAPED BY BUBBA!!" and "PUT THEM THROUGH A MEAT GRINDER!!" type comments are pure sickness and irrational.



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 20:16

Sentiments shared

 

I know EXACTLY what I would do to those sick f**ks if I ever got my hands on them.

 

 

To any of you who share these sentiments and statements.

 

How does this make you any better than them ?



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 20:21

To any of you who share these sentiments and statements.

 

How does this make you any better than them ?

Because.



#41 Nagisan

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 20:36

Unfortunately, this will never happen an people like this still have rights.

 

And plea bargains shouldnt even be considered in a situation like this.

In my opinion it's completely jacked up that people like this still have rights. As soon as they are proven guilty they should be given the same rights they gave this girl (ie. none).

 

To any of you who share these sentiments and statements.

 

How does this make you any better than them ?

Personally I think they should be treated how they treated the victim. In this particular case they completely controlled her and stripped her of all her rights as a human being, so they should therefore be stripped of all their rights as a human being. It may sound harsh but honestly it is the least they deserve. As for how it makes me any better than them, I wouldn't want this type of thing done to an innocent person, let alone a child....only those who have done it to an innocent person. If you have ever watched the tv show Dexter (anyone on Neowin who hasn't?) I honestly view justice similarly to how Dexter does. If a person does something heinous to another human being, they should receive similar treatment.

 

I wouldn't go as far to be a vigilante who brings this sort of justice to others, but I would support a government sanctioned law with proper safeguards in place pertaining to it.



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 20:45

I honestly view justice similarly to how Dexter does. If a person does something heinous to another human being, they should receive similar treatment.

 

That basically makes you a psychopath. but it's not a big deal a good percentage of the human population are...



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 20:47

I'm with the eye for an eye notion. If they torture their end dhould be administrred in the harshest manner. This isn't psychopathy, iust institutionalized Karma. What comes around, goes around. Etc.

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 20:58

This type of thing raises our emotions.



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 21:37

That basically makes you a psychopath. but it's not a big deal a good percentage of the human population are...

Not really.

 

 

Psychopathy is a disorder, defined by Hare's Psychopathy Checklist — Revised (PCL—R) and characterised in part by a diminished capacity for remorse and poor behavioural controls ( Hare, 1991).

I do not have poor behavioral controls and I am remorseful, but not to somebody I feel deserves it....in my eye if somebody murdered an innocent person, they deserve to be killed....I am not religious, but I do believe in an eye for an eye.

 

As an addendum to what I said earlier, I only feel that way about something done intentionally, I do not feel someone who killed someone else accidentally (or through self-defense or something) should be treated in the same manner, only those who knew what they were doing, in control of their actions, and continued to do so.