Re: Let’s Talk
well what i would think as being acceptable for causing extreme pain upon a person for example say a man runs into a nursery and slowly butchers everyone inside, the statement he then gives is that it feels good. that man should then be given the exact same punishment as he inflicted upon the women and children. he should also recieve his punishment after being brainwashed into believing that he is going to hell to recieve even worse punishment. then on the day of the punishment certain parts of it should be televised to make an example of sick individuals such as himself.
that was an example.
or another example:
a person beats a victim till the victim is neer death. the man that caused it should go away to a stinking rotten prison for a 100 year sentence, or up for parole in 25 years to prove that hees capable of living in society again.
these punishments would put extreme fear into a criminal. and immediately you would see a 50%+ drop in crime.
actually the death penalty doesnt stop people from murdering , raping , torturing etc… because they DON'T THINK THEY WILL BE CAUGHT…. so whilst you have ideas ,they actually dont work (btw if you think they're too easy on criminals check how Lethal Injection and Electric Chair mess up , pretty close to torture at times imo…) and anyhow , if you're the parent of one of the children of your example , i m behind you 100% if you get back at the murderer , but i disagree strongly with any government taking care of it.society would be fighting their fear , not punishing an action , nor preventing one.
l8scent : his 'chelsea fan' incident is fictional (dont even recall that in the 80s, but hey , i dont know everything) as you'll find us chelsea fans to be really bad at being beaten up and set alight.lol but i must admit that kind of thing does happen with football , which is really sad