Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones
I don't believe in state-sponsored torture.
I do not like it in Guantanamo
I do not like it in Ontario
I do not like it with waterboards
I do not like it with prisoner hordes
I do not like like state-sponsored torture
And you can bank on that stuff for sure
I do not like green eggs and ham.
I saw this posted a day or two ago on reddit. Cornholed and shanked, butt good.
Waterboarding is torture to gain information and often done on people without just cause other than someone possibly having information due to being in the wrong place / wrong time. Even if it's a terrorist or enemy during a time of war, I don't justify it in the slightest. There are other effective ways of obtaining information from someone.
I would be in the same boat in regards to state sponsored torture..... But this wouldn't be classified as such.
The other inmates probably heard what he was in for from certain officers, but that has nothing to do with the state and would have to do with those responsible in telling the other inmates the situation, which could be considered an isolated incident.
Yes, these things happen an aweful lot and it is a known practice that some corrections officers would pass this information on for just such a thing to happen, but it is not supported or accepted by the government or state. Regardless, the inmates would have found out eventually even without the aid of corrections officers giving them the information and the end result would have been the same.
Either way, he had this coming and I have zero sympathy.
This certainly wasn't state supported torture, this would have been prison mob rule with intent to kill with a sprinkle of torture on top.
Innocent he says?
Yes, a child that young has a fall with such injuries so often these days, when will they ever make a baby crib safe enough?
People like him deserve things like this and it's people like him who I support the death penalty for.
You seem to be against "Torture" and executions and when it comes to this kind of criminal, or the criminals mentioned in the other thread about the botched executions, you always seem to forget their victims and jump on the defense of the criminals, almost as if to disregard what they did, thinking that a lifetime of living with three square meals a day, roof over their head, free education, programs and entertainment at the expense of tax payers is "Justice."
It's all just by the book with you, isn't it?
Very little thought about the victims, their families or what exactly they went through doesn't seem to compute..... But knowing what was done to these worthless scum seems to be the line and you come in here with disgust and derision as if you hold the higher moral ground.
Or did I not RTFT right again?
Last edited by Praxius; May 5th, 2014 at 10:07 AM..