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Moussaoui spared death penaly.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by benjo plz., 3 May 2006.

  1. benjo plz.

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    He's been given life.
     
  2. Al Vallario

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    BBC News Article

    Excellent news as far as I'm concerned. I'd rather he spend the rest of his life rotting in a prison cell then having the dignity of being seen as a martyr :mad:
     
  3. AJUK

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    For shame.....

    ...but at least he will be kept in prison for the rest of his life, we could learn a few lessons from the US on this.
     
  4. Big Chris

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    With expressions like "America, you lost!" and "I wish it was 9/11 every day," I hope he gets beaten/bummed to within an inch of his life every day in jail.

    Makes me sick.
     
  5. jaydee

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    yeahh he's getting spared. unlike the 3000 people that he and his wacky band of shizos murdered in NY as part of a race-hatred frenzy whipped up by a bunch of witchdoctors who appear to have kicked off World War III...

    I'd flick the switch no problemo. Hell - I'd even tell 'im a joke as he crackles... :O)
     
  6. [email protected]

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    IMO death penaulty = getting off lightly, behind bars for the rest off your life and being violated in the showers = real punnishment
     
  7. benjo plz.

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    True, it's also better in the fact it won't create a martyr out of him.
     
  8. Big Chris

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    Exactly. Execution for fanatics like him is the best possible outcome as far as they're concerned. Lock the ******* up and treat him like the dog he is for the rest of his life and see if he shows remorse then, perhaps run a few names of the thousands of innocent people he killed past him every now and again in between shoeings.
     
  9. Cueball

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    He'll have a nice time playing on his PS2 for the rest of his life.
     
  10. scorza

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    For him, life in a "pound me in the ass" federal penitentiary will be a fate worse than death. Also from a justice point of view I think its the right decision as I'm not sure that keeping quiet about a conspiracy to commit murder is the same as outright murder.
     
  11. Stringy

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    For some reason I don't think that's what happens in Federal Maximum Security Prison.
     
  12. Sirrel Squirrel

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    Good, I'm sure his fellow inmates will do worse to him than the death penalty ever could.
     
  13. NickK

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    Seems the US government has got what it wants.

    1. If he dies - he becomes a martyr now he's just depowered
    2. He can be locked away in solitary confinement for the duration of his life.
    3. He can be placed in a situation that the US patriotic criminal element can be given access to him - thus causing shame without needing the involvement of the US authorities.

    In essence the best way to disempower..

    So both prosecution and defence worked together on that.... perhaps..
     
  14. Devlish

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    ... which means solitary confinement for almost his entire life. Sounds a pretty suitable punishment to me, every day hes got to ake up and remember why hes got someone to tell him when to eat, **** and sleep.
     
  15. BillytheImpaler

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    They'll probably have him in solitary confinement for most of the time just so the other prisoners don't beat him to death à la Jeffry Dahmer.
     
  16. Dutch Guy

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    He was prepared to die so a death sentence would be giving him his way, IMO life imprisonment is a better punishment.

    He can't kill himself as it wouldn't be the same as dying while fullfilling his mission and he can't get out so he must feel gutted :)
     
  17. D4VE

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    I agree.
     
  18. <Tom>

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    Its an American Prison NOT an english one where im sure he'd get a plasma screen to go with it
     
  19. cleanbluesky

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    [​IMG]

    Might as well post this here, I found it funny.
     
  20. Von Smallhausen

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    ^^

    Only you cbs, only you. ;)