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Belgian rapist denied 'right to die' http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-30699780 sorry but why, we should be doing this with all sex offenders and murderers not refusing it!!!!! Shared Via T…
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Belgian rapist denied 'right to die' http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-30699780

sorry but why, we should be doing this with all sex offenders and murderers not refusing it!!!!!

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#1
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.
1 Like #2
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.


........being catered for by tax payers.
#3
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.


yes that would work too, just think specially in this coubtry where it costs so much to keep people in prison why not let them die if they are never to be released, its stupid!!!
#4
ChrisUK
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.


........being catered for by tax payers.


thats what I mean!!
2 Likes #5
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

Edited By: RossD89 on Jan 06, 2015 23:55
#6
Is it not called suicide? Still him in general population in the prison and let them kill him.
banned#7
ChrisUK
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.


........being catered for by tax payers.

Prisons run right should have no need to be paid for by tax payer.

Problem is we have to be namby pamby with prisioners.
#8
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

In a word, yes.

Why? Because my solution is justified, not callous, like theirs.
banned#9
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah
1 Like #10
GrantG182
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?
In a word, yes.

Why? Because my solution is justified, not callous, like theirs.

Your solution is only justified by your own opinion.
#11
I just dont get this pretend Human rights ****, if someone doesnt want to live,then let them who are we to play god, if they have decided they dont want to live and we keep them alive for a life in prison does that,make us so much better??this vile individual yes wants the,easy,way out but it costs us more,to not give him so so I just dobt get ut
#12
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?
#13
sorry lol had too much leftover xmas Bailey's and my button pressing is going awol ,think its time I go bed but I just really think people shoukd be allowed to die if they are of a sound mind and want it to happen,specially when it will be doing the world a favour!!
banned#14
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.
banned#15
vikkiforbes18
sorry lol had too much leftover xmas Bailey's and my button pressing is going awol ,think its time I go bed but I just really think people shoukd be allowed to die if they are of a sound mind and want it to happen,specially when it will be doing the world a favour!!

http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_ls7phc0oUB1qf64rp.gif
#16
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree thay they should face severe consequences, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Edited By: RossD89 on Jan 07, 2015 00:16
#17
it isnt any better and when we the ones left to pay for people to rot in jail doesnt make sense either does it
#18
o/t how do we post pics on threads once they submitted?? when I have posted deals have,wanted to posy reciepts etc and cant figure out how to do so?is that only on website or something?anyway night all
#19
Send miles in he will sort them out! X)
banned#20
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.
1 Like #21
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Edited By: RossD89 on Jan 07, 2015 00:28
#22
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Well if you are dead you would stuggle to re-offend! oO
1 Like #23
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Well if you are dead you would stuggle to re-offend! oO

If the killing of another person is the most abhorrent of crimes then how can the killing of another person be an acceptable punishment?


Edited By: RossD89 on Jan 07, 2015 00:41
banned#24
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Tougher punishment would see a fall in crime longer sentences have to see a fall in crime when most reoffend and they wouldnt be able to
banned#25
RossD89
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Well if you are dead you would stuggle to re-offend! oO

If the killing of another person the most abhorrent of crimes then how can it be an acceptable punishment?

Because the punishment has to fit the crime.

I dont believe in killing them as that doesnt do the crime justice, just prison till you die.
1 Like #26
This man gave up his rights when he committed these crimes. I'm pretty sure his victims wanted to live-he wants to die: let's keep him alive then-it seems a more suitable punishment than granting his wishes.
#27
RossD89
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Well if you are dead you would stuggle to re-offend! oO

If the killing of another person the most abhorrent of crimes then how can the killing of another person be an acceptable punishment?

The question was never about the ethics. Thats a whole different discussion. While I dont usually agree with an 'eye for an eye' it would be difficult to keep that faith if one of your children was killed in cold blood.

The question was would crime fall. Yes some would.
#28
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Well if you are dead you would stuggle to re-offend! oO

If the killing of another person the most abhorrent of crimes then how can the killing of another person be an acceptable punishment?

The question was never about the ethics. Thats a whole different discussion. While I dont usually agree with an 'eye for an eye' it would be difficult to keep that faith if one of your children was killed in cold blood.

The question was would crime fall. Yes some would.

Justice is, and always should be blind. There is no excuse for killing for the sake of justice.
#29
bazzamone
RossD89
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Well if you are dead you would stuggle to re-offend! oO

If the killing of another person the most abhorrent of crimes then how can it be an acceptable punishment?

Because the punishment has to fit the crime.

I dont believe in killing them as that doesnt do the crime justice, just prison till you die.

I initially objected to torture as a form of punishment. I Have no issue with long sentences which reflect the crime commited. Although in a perfect world I would like to see rehabilitation.

Edited By: RossD89 on Jan 07, 2015 01:00
#30
RossD89
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Well if you are dead you would stuggle to re-offend! oO

If the killing of another person the most abhorrent of crimes then how can the killing of another person be an acceptable punishment?

The question was never about the ethics. Thats a whole different discussion. While I dont usually agree with an 'eye for an eye' it would be difficult to keep that faith if one of your children was killed in cold blood.

The question was would crime fall. Yes some would.

Justice is, and always should be blind. There is no excuse for killing for the sake of justice.

Yes it should. But for some, if it was your family it might not be about justice but revenge. But hopfully it wont happen to anybody we know.
banned#31
RossD89

I initially objected to torture as a form of punishment. I Have no issue with long sentences which reflect the crime commited. Although in a perfect world I would like to see rehabilitation.

You cant have it both ways we dont live in a perfect world.

rehabilitation X) how can you rehabilitate when life is so easy inside if I left prison haunted with what happens I wouldnt reoffend.

Thats for lower crimes obviously murder, rape and majority of violent crimes would be inside forever
1 Like #32
bazzamone
RossD89

I initially objected to torture as a form of punishment. I Have no issue with long sentences which reflect the crime commited. Although in a perfect world I would like to see rehabilitation.

You cant have it both ways we dont live in a perfect world.

rehabilitation X) how can you rehabilitate when life is so easy inside if I left prison haunted with what happens I wouldnt reoffend.

Thats for lower crimes obviously murder, rape and majority of violent crimes would be inside forever

I didn't suggest that we did live in a perfect world, and I think that your image of what life inside is like may be clouded by biased and/or sensasionalist reporting.

Rehabilitation does occur, and more should be done to encourage it. Not everybody with a criminal record is destined to live the life of a ne'er-do-well criminal. Surely there is a path to redemption, even for those who commit a serious crime, and especially for those who are changed characters?




Edited By: RossD89 on Jan 07, 2015 01:26: .
#33
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
GAVINLEWISHUKD
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89
GrantG182
No, we shouldn't. Let them die humanely? No thanks; castrate the **** with blunt objects and let them suffer for the remainder of their days.

Does it make you any better than him when you wish a lifetime of suffering on another person?

yeah

How?

Because they broke the law and there should be severe consequences for this.

I don't disagree, and I don't wish my comments to come across as though I don't find this person's crimes abhorrent, but how can a supposed civilised society administer a lifetime of suffering as a punishment for a crime? How is that any better?

Civilised Society? X)

Punishments need to fit the crimes or crimes will continue to flourish. Its sad that we should need to punish so severely as it is uncivilised. Uncivilised crimes need uncivilised punishment.

"Supposed civilised society".

Crime will always flourish. Crime flourished when we had the death penalty. Only nostalgia and the lack of proper reporting of crimes would suggest otherwise. There is no proof whatsoever that harsher punishments result in a fall in crime.

Well if you are dead you would stuggle to re-offend! oO

If the killing of another person the most abhorrent of crimes then how can the killing of another person be an acceptable punishment?

The question was never about the ethics. Thats a whole different discussion. While I dont usually agree with an 'eye for an eye' it would be difficult to keep that faith if one of your children was killed in cold blood.

The question was would crime fall. Yes some would.
The sad truth of the matter is generally crime does not fall, rather - and quite horrendously some figures actually show a rise in serious crime in countries that do have the death penalty.

We can easily dismiss the theory that it's a deterrent as the very fact that people are still being executed for crimes is proof positive that it is no deterrent.


Sorry; I'm very much aware that it's all very well pointing out the negatives in society's attempts at putting things right, but it still leaves us with the problem of what we should actually do (and society must do something) - and again I'm sorry because I really don't know ( I seem to be ok at spotting what doesn't work, but I'm fairly useless in spotting what might work - sorry).


Edited By: tryn2help on Jan 07, 2015 01:35
banned#34
RossD89


I didn't suggest that we did live in a perfect world, and I think that your image of what life inside actually is like may be clouded by biased and/or sensasionalist reporting.

Rehabilitation does occur, and more should be done to encourage it. Not everybody with a criminal record is destined to live a live of a ne'er-do-well criminal. Surely there is a path to redemption, even for those who commit a serious crim, but are changed characters?

No I know first hand :D Ive still got some very good friends inside too I bet at least 10 of my mates from our gang in school are inside now. I know loads that have been inside most are in and out. I know 2 that have stated they will commit crime and go straight back in as they prefer it in there but guess what they are not listened to and are released.
Like peados theres some that dont want to be released as they know they will re offend but our justice system cant just lock them up for good even though they know they are going to reoffend they let them out.

I disagree about rehab, people just change they choose to change.

Theres no redemption for certain people that have done certain crimes.
banned#35
Obviously crime will fall, our population growing at the rate it is will make crime increase though, but the crime per head ratio will fall
1 Like #36
bazzamone
RossD89


I didn't suggest that we did live in a perfect world, and I think that your image of what life inside actually is like may be clouded by biased and/or sensasionalist reporting.

Rehabilitation does occur, and more should be done to encourage it. Not everybody with a criminal record is destined to live a live of a ne'er-do-well criminal. Surely there is a path to redemption, even for those who commit a serious crim, but are changed characters?

No I know first hand :D Ive still got some very good friends inside too I bet at least 10 of my mates from our gang in school are inside now. I know loads that have been inside most are in and out. I know 2 that have stated they will commit crime and go straight back in as they prefer it in there but guess what they are not listened to and are released.
Like peados theres some that dont want to be released as they know they will re offend but our justice system cant just lock them up for good even though they know they are going to reoffend they let them out.

I disagree about rehab, people just change they choose to change.

Theres no redemption for certain people that have done certain crimes.


If you know first hand and you are free to comment then perhaps you have been rehabilitated? (_;)


Edited By: RossD89 on Jan 07, 2015 01:34
banned 1 Like #37
RossD89
bazzamone
RossD89


I didn't suggest that we did live in a perfect world, and I think that your image of what life inside actually is like may be clouded by biased and/or sensasionalist reporting.

Rehabilitation does occur, and more should be done to encourage it. Not everybody with a criminal record is destined to live a live of a ne'er-do-well criminal. Surely there is a path to redemption, even for those who commit a serious crim, but are changed characters?

No I know first hand :D Ive still got some very good friends inside too I bet at least 10 of my mates from our gang in school are inside now. I know loads that have been inside most are in and out. I know 2 that have stated they will commit crime and go straight back in as they prefer it in there but guess what they are not listened to and are released.
Like peados theres some that dont want to be released as they know they will re offend but our justice system cant just lock them up for good even though they know they are going to reoffend they let them out.

I disagree about rehab, people just change they choose to change.

Theres no redemption for certain people that have done certain crimes.


If you know first hand then perhaps you have been rehabilitated? (_;)

No I just didnt like getting gang banged :D

Hey is that what you meen by rehabilitation? X)
banned#38
I have friends that are in for murder, rape, arson, burglary, paedophilia, drug dealing.

Obviously some are no longer friends :)
banned 1 Like #39
RossD89



I would have had you down for a repeat offender X)

I like women to much to be fair, Moobs just arent the same :D

dont delete your comments :p

Edited By: bazzamone on Jan 07, 2015 01:43
banned#40
Luckily the rate people are dying around me the crime rate will of fell dramatically. X)

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