Thursday, April 9, 2015

Death Penalty too Humane for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev...

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Justice served, the Boston Marathon bomber found guilty on all 30 counts he faced for the killing of 200 innocent souls. For his crimes this degenerate sick pathetic excuse for a human being should not be executed as some advocate. Senator Elizabeth Warren is right, this evil bast*rd should die in prison. 30 individual 100 year life sentences (for a total of 3,000 years) without the possibility of parole is most appropriate.

Death is too good for this bast*rd, he should be made to suffer every single remaining day of his miserable pathetic existence until he dies. In fact a most appropriate sentence should include in addition to the above life in solitary confinement without a moment worth of contact with another human being (other than a doctor to ensure his misery is extended as long as possible), freedom of movement should BE restricted to a 10'x 12' foot cubicle with padded walls, A bunk, toilet, and food should be slid under the door with balsa wood chop sticks for eating utensils.

We know this isn't gling to happen under either state or federal USA law. But somebody explain again why it shouldn't.

THE HILL - Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) said Thursday that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 21-year-old who was convicted Wednesday for the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, should not face the death penalty.

"My heart goes out to the families here, but I don't support the death penalty. I think he should spend his life in jail. No possibility of parole. He should die in prison," Warren said on "CBS This Morning."

On Wednesday, a Massachusetts jury found Tsarnaev guilty on all 30 counts he faced for the bombing that killed three people and injured more than 200.
The charges included the aftermath of the bombing, which saw a massive manhunt for Tsarnaev and his older brother Tamerlan, who died in a firefight, along with a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer.

Warren said "no one had much doubt" about Tsarnaev's guilt and "nothing is ever going to make those who were injured whole."

"But this is a step toward justice and now we go to the penalty phase," she said.

Tsarnaev could face the death penalty on 17 of the charges. Warren maintained that a life sentence in prison would mean "he's not a part of the ongoing story" about the bombing.

Via: Memeorandum

4 comments:

  1. It will not happen because it is not allowed by the constitution of the United States.

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  2. We know this isn't going to happen under either state or federal USA law. But somebody explain again why it shouldn't.

    Jerry, the question was rhetorical. I realize cruel and inhumane punishment is prohibited by the United States Constitution. As it should be.

    As I said the question was rhetorical. When someone like this monster has no respect for the rights of others to be treated humanely sometimes I simply find myself questioning why bast*rds like this guy should have any right to be treated humanely. This my rant against terrorists that have no sense of humane or humanity in them.

    Call it justifiable outrage, but this miserable POS doesn't deserve the even the comforts of "normal" prison life.

    Hopefully the other inmates won't take corporal action into their own hamds.

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  3. Humanity and the humane treatment of people is not based on the humanity of the people being treated, but on the humanity of the people doing the treating. If we are to be a humane country, then we treat even non-humane people humanely.

    Humane treatment is not acceptance or forgiveness for inhumane acts.

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  4. Yes Jerry I understand that. So, I'll treat pathetic monstrous POS like this slime with humanity. If I can piss on them every now an again if the opportunity should ever present itself.

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