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kwikrnu said:
ookoshi said:
kwikrnu said:
If he is not in jail/prison he should have all the rights granted to other persons.
I disagree. I think once you commit a crime that is heinous enough to be a felony, the judicidial system should have the right to restore those rights in whatever manner they see fit. It's ridiculous to for us to be forced to keep someone in jail if we don't want it to be legal for someone who has been convicted of kidnapping from owning a gun.
If a crime is heinous enough to be a felony the person should be incarcerated for the remainder of their life. Rights of men are granted by God, and judges have no place to restore them.
Possession of stolen property (note, I did not say stealing it) valued at more than a defined dollar amount (different for every state usually) is a felony. Do you ever shop in pawn shops? Can you ever be absolutely sure that the used weapon you bought from "X Gun & Pawn" 5 years ago wasn't stolen a week earlier in TX and NCIC got updated afterward. There have been cases of 4473'd weapons coming back stolen on a NCIC check. Kidnapping (you're example) is a crime for which I believe the death penalty should be on the table. It is a violent crime, and in most cases involves serious injury or death of the victim.
 
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