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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by foshizzle, May 7, 2007.
Georgia Public Defender's Office Cutting 41 Jobs
the wonderful government system at work.
They (the popo) should have just killed that worthless meat sack DRT when they found him. Now all they did was just give him more time to figure out how to escape again. I'll betcha that is the real reason they are delaying the trial. They are scared of what he's gonna do afterwards
And another fine example where something might have been done & lives saved if us mundane folks could carry weapons everywhere. Funny how that works out ain't it.
Cops should have shot him when they first captured him would have saved us all a lot of money
If the Fulton DA would just agree to life w/o parole, we'd save all this money.
But ol' what'shizname wants to make it a capital punishment trial, so he spend millions of our money on it. Even if he's found guilty (hey, it could happen...) and the jury wants to juice his ass, that's only the start of all the appeals and millions and millions more of our money!
Lock his ass up until he dies of old age with drool running down his chin and poop in his pants. Save the taxpayers all those tons of cash!!!
With all the appeals, he could die of old age anyway and we'd have pissed away all that money better spent on more cops, more jail cells and more courts. What a waste!
Mack, I agree. At the risk of stirring up a hornet's nest (well, I guess it wouldn't be the first time), it just isn't worth what it costs to execute someone. We've got better things to do with out money.
If someone would have just tripped while he was being arrested an shot him in the head, neither would be required.
If only they had gotten one of those no-knock warrants the boys over in Narcotics get.... They're a license to kill.
How much does rope, a wooden stand, and a tree cost?
Simple: The cost is the abandonment of a constitution that guarantees a republican form of government.
A 7.62x54R round is even cheaper if you buy military surplus...
We ceased using the Constitution as anything but bowel towels and haven't been a constitutional republic for a very long time.
Gee, it would be even cheaper just to let him free . . .
They tried that...kinda.
He was a bit unsociable...
How does capital punishment diverge from our republican form of government?
I was making a social value comparison (cost of execution vs. value of execution), not an absolute cost assessment.
It doesn't. Lynching does (it is a democratic activity).
If you meant for the government to use hanging as the particular form of execution, within our current system, then my statements about cost do not change (because the cost of the actual execution is miniscule compared to the cost of obtaining legal authority to carry it out).
You're right about that.