And let's face it, execution by lethal injection doesn't even do THAT. (I say that at the risk of this issue becoming my own personal "mandatory accounting"-style obsession. But think about it.)quote:Originally posted by kresge:quote:Originally posted by negrospiritual:quote:Originally posted by ricardomath:quote:Originally posted by negrospiritual:
i hope the dad is put to death.
Wouldn't that just be the same thing all over again?
It would be, in effect, justifying what the father did.
The son was seen as committing a heinous crime and the father meted out execution as punishment.
The father has committed a heinous crime, and many are advocating that the state mete out execution as punishment.
As atrocious as acts such as these; e.g. the Shaniya Davis case given that if I were in the same room with the perpetrators, it would take a great deal of restraint to prevent me from eviscerating them; the death penalty affords for little more than emotional catharsis. I does nothing at all to prevent such events from happening again, which would be a productive outcome, IMHO.