• Japan reveals long-secretive execution process
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[QUOTE=teeheeV2;24428003]Please, don't start a thing about weed by quoting that part. It is unrelated.[/QUOTE] I didn't want to start that argument, but there are a lot of people incarcerated for simple possession, just as a statistic to throw out there.
To BmB when he gets back: See how much better stuff is when you don't be a total dick, and act maturely. We have come to a proper conclusion
[QUOTE=HumanAbyss;24427992]That's true. That's where the supportive family part would come in.[/QUOTE] What's hard for some criminals who made a mistake is their family will not see them. Which I can understand, If my son raped or killed another human being I would be ashamed and felt like a failure as a father. It would be very hard, I doubt I could speak to him again, and hats off to anyone who can face their family member who committed a crime like that.
[QUOTE=Ghostz;24428062]What's hard for some criminals who made a mistake is their family will not see them. Which I can understand, If my son raped or killed another human being I would be ashamed and felt like a failure as a father. It would be very hard, I doubt I could speak to him again, and hats off to anyone who can face their family member who committed a crime like that.[/QUOTE] That may make some of them see that what they did is not acceptable in society and get them to stop, even if they thinks its alright to do it still.
[QUOTE=HumanAbyss;24427923]1. No. Fallacy. People do not think to stop themselves committing a crime simply because they could die, not to mention, it's an impossible statistic to ever get a hold of therefore it holds no bearing. [/QUOTE] I'm not addressing the issue of prevention, more re-offending. Two thirds of prisoners re-offend and end up back in prison. The rehab programs are supposed to stop this but they don't work and are a waste of money. Dead people can't re offend.
No they can't, but just killing them without them having any say at all is dumb. I suppose no one will import drugs to Bali any more after Schapel Corby and those other aussies got caught though.
[img]http://www.facepunch.com/image.php?u=204109&dateline=1271383546[/img]:respek:[img]http://www.facepunch.com/image.php?u=229559&dateline=1273473004[/img]:respek:[img]http://www.facepunch.com/image.php?u=215668&dateline=1241119500[/img] And this has concluded nicely I think. Have a good night ol' chaps. I'm off to bed so I can cram for exams on monday. Have a good one. o/
I have never seen a greater thread on this subject in a long time I applaud all of thee who have taken part in it :3
I'm still waiting for BmB, but good luck with your tests
Guys your all wrong my opinion is much better lolol
[QUOTE=Leg of Doom;24428095]I'm not addressing the issue of prevention, more re-offending. Two thirds of prisoners re-offend and end up back in prison. The rehab programs are supposed to stop this but they don't work and are a waste of money. Dead people can't re offend.[/QUOTE] I think that's a bit extreme. The death penalty should only be used in the most extreme cases, such as when somebody plans out the murder of 2 or more people. The guy is gonna be in prison the rest of his life, so rehab doesn't matter. He obviously has no value for the lives of others, and he sure as hell does not deserve free meals for the rest of his natural life, nor does he deserve to have the law abiding continue to pay for him to live.
Here we go again.
Quite an interesting compromise has been made from what I've seen. It seems like a kind of "death penalty" system that would be the most likely to appeal to the public, being able to choose to die or very limited contact solitary confinement. I suppose it's the best win-win scenario for this touchy topic.
I suppose the public would like it
I'm back and you still haven't figured it out. You disappoint me. At the same time I suppose that is to be expected if you didn't get the hint the first time around.
Are you still going on about the point if view thing. One tracked mind
[QUOTE=JDK721;24421960]no one is condoning what they did but you're only lowering yourself to their level if you kill them two wrongs don't make a right[/QUOTE] But two Wongs make a right, and Wong is an asian name, and this is in Japan.
2 wrongs don't make a right, but 3 lefts do.
[QUOTE=BmB;24423020]Hey fagtard, don't cherrypick your arguments to only the ones you can troll until you win.[/QUOTE] fagtard? grow up
BmB is a fag. Let's let the thread die.
[QUOTE=JDK721;24421606]disgusting I didn't know japan had the death penalty still. japan and america are basically the only industrialized countries who still execute their own citizens.[/QUOTE] For people who 100% without a doubt murdered someone intentionally, they should be executed And Yeah, America has the death penalty, but everyone's a pussy and no one uses it. 107 Prisoners on Death Row in Japan? There are about 3600 on Death Row in America Texas is the only state with any balls today, even though it's run by a bunch of dumbasses
You'd expect that, in 2010, death penalty would be gone, especially in very advanced countries.
[QUOTE=TheTalon;24431336]For people who 100% without a doubt murdered someone intentionally, they should be executed And Yeah, America has the death penalty, but everyone's a pussy and no one uses it. 107 Prisoners on Death Row in Japan? There are about 3600 on Death Row in America Texas is the only state with any balls today, even though it's run by a bunch of dumbasses[/QUOTE] maybe there are less prisoners on death row in japan because there's less heinous crimes committed because their prisons are better. why should they be executed?
In Norway we don't have the death sentence. We don't even have a life sentence. Detonate a nuclear bomb and you'll walk in 22 years. Not kidding.
[QUOTE=SgtCr4zyAlt;24433465]maybe there are less prisoners on death row in japan because there's less heinous crimes committed because their prisons are better. why should they be executed?[/QUOTE] I think it's a social reason actually
[QUOTE=Mikesword221;24421684]They execute criminals. And I don't know about Japan, but I haven't heard of the death penalty being used in America since that one guy [b]requested[/b] to be executed.[/QUOTE] ...What?
[QUOTE=imarawrus;24441679]...What?[/QUOTE] I think he's talking about the guy in Utah that requested to be executed by firing squad.
[QUOTE=Electrocuter;24421882]Holy shit, hanging? With hanging there's a risk that the neck won't snap in the fall, leaving the prisoner to slowly choke to death.[/QUOTE] FYI that's the point of hanging. The snapping of the neck was never intended.
[QUOTE=Mikesword221;24421843]It is when they took away someone elses right to life. And I don't mean normal killers I mean maniacs, Serial killers.[/QUOTE] Serial killers are mentally imbalanced crazy people. Killing them for being crazy is pointless. [editline]09:05PM[/editline] [QUOTE=TheTalon;24431336]For people who 100% without a doubt murdered someone intentionally, they should be executed And Yeah, America has the death penalty, but everyone's a pussy and no one uses it. 107 Prisoners on Death Row in Japan? There are about 3600 on Death Row in America Texas is the only state with any balls today, even though it's run by a bunch of dumbasses[/QUOTE] Yeah, that's totally possible to know. If by balls, you mean stupid hasty bullshit that ends up fucking everything. [editline]09:06PM[/editline] [QUOTE=Strongbad;24443281]FYI that's the point of hanging. The snapping of the neck was never intended.[/QUOTE] Uh, yeah it is chief. That's why there's a trap door. [editline]09:07PM[/editline] [QUOTE=Spetzaz;24441536]In Norway we don't have the death sentence. We don't even have a life sentence. Detonate a nuclear bomb and you'll walk in 22 years. Not kidding.[/QUOTE] And you have less crime than any of us. But forget that, [i]sense[/i] doesn't matter.
[QUOTE=Mr. Scorpio;24443603]Serial killers are mentally imbalanced crazy people. Killing them for being crazy is pointless. [/QUOTE] Not necessarily.
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