That or it wasn't accidental. The guards may have been looking the other way- wouldn't be the first time in the history of prisons.Originally posted by selfAdjoint
Now they are saying the guy who killed him was in prison for murdering a homosexual, and this guy had been plotting the ex priest's murder for weeks. Sounds to me like a major flub on the part of the prison staff.
Oh I wasn't suggesting vigilante justice, I was suggestion a legal punishment for a criminal actOriginally posted by Hurkyl
Resorting to vigilante justice whenever you don't like a verdict isn't quite the message we want to be sending to people...
That is not a legal punishement. In fact it's illegal to inflict punishment that way.Originally posted by Zantra
Oh I wasn't suggesting vigilante justice, I was suggestion a legal punishment for a criminal act
I understood that for him to be suggesting that it is made a legal punishment.I was suggestion a legal punishment for a criminal act
Oh it could be done in a non painful way- simple operation to make him a enuch. I'm not saying get a mob and go whack it off with a rusty knife. I'm talking about federally mandated punishment. The punishment should fit the crimeOriginally posted by pmb
That is not a legal punishement. In fact it's illegal to inflict punishment that way.
This kind of thing pisses me off. I hate it when prisoners inflict harm on others. That's just more crime.
It's not uncommon for inoccent people to get sent to prison. It happens more than we'd like to believe. And in such cases you have totally inoccent people being hurt, raped or killed.