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A San Antonio man convicted of murder and robbery was executed in Texas on Wednesday, marking the third execution in the state this year.
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[quote name='' time='21.03.2014 16:25']All them executions are comparable with a heinous lynch party, the state of Texas is invoking.The testament states clearly that you should not kill. It doesn't say that you shall kill offenders because of the heinous grade if murder. There is absolutely no way to justify the relentless executions, but of course, it's all political!!![/quote]
Everyone knows that Texas is strongly conservative and favors the death penalty. Our citizens voted on it. We have made it clear that we don't want people to commit heinous crimes against our citizens and if they do, they will be executed.
Yet more murder and racism from the US. And they still seem amazed why people around the world view them with contempt.
How is this an example of racism? He killed an innocent person. He deserves to be executed.
All them executions are comparable with a heinous lynch party, the state of Texas is invoking.The testament states clearly that you should not kill. It doesn't say that you shall kill offenders because of the heinous grade if murder. There is absolutely no way to justify the relentless executions, but of course, it's all political!!!
Yet another "aspiring rapper" who din't do nuffins.
Yo ung black "men" commit over 50% of all violent crime in the US.
If noticing that makes me a racist, then I am proud to wear the monicker.
I hold nothing but contempt for idiots like "william SMITH."
Looks like folk are missing the point, forget the crimes involved. Prisons are slave camps, they make money for people.
I wouldn't use the bible as an argument against the death penalty. It explicitly orders the death penalty for a number of "offenses" . Then almost 1800 years of Christian tradition have seen people executed, the church even sanctioning heretics to be burned on a stick...
Don't shilly shally about, just execute the man. The worst crimes in the world involving children etc should see fatal consequences for the guilty party.
It's funny to me people that leave negatives for people wanting this man dead
Let's see. 90K a year to keep this man in prison. That's 16 years X 90K = 1.44 MILLION. Plus full medical benefits and 5 meals a day.
It's funny to me when people put a price on life and decide who and what cost is best for the whole.
Mayb e if people didn't put a price on everything in the first place, we would stop seeing the misfortunate as a burden...
To the believer:
- Supporting murder ( state sanctioned or at your own hands ) is playing God.
- The Lord said 'live by the sword die by the sword.'
- Eye for an eye was the prior covenant, we are under grace, forgiveness and redemption via faith, not works.
Read ing this man's words, one would read the words of a man coherent of his past actions and believing he has been redeemed by faith in his Lord.
I say these things not to take any crime or excuse his activity as light, but the believer is called to forgive.
Hi s words are quite insightful to life behind bars and his points are difficult to refute.
Time is running out for this piece of caca.
He is a convicted murderer. He should have ceased consuming oxygen immediately following his pronouncement of guilt.
Get on with it.
He slit the guys throat ear to ear. No doubt the guy would have died from that wound alone had Jasper not held him so his partner could proceed to stab Alejandro 20 plus times allowing one of the stabs to stop his heart before he bled out.
This freak has been allowed to live 14 or so years to long as it is. Good riddance. It's about time they put the trash out.
Military execution would be ok.
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