On this, our legal system SUCKS

Submitted by Jim on 4/13/05 at 6:45 PM. ( ) 64.18.236.20

Rudolph, the serial bomber, plea bargains for multiple life in prison sentences to avoid the death penalty. The way I read that, he serves ONE life sentence for ONE bombing, and gets NO consequences for the others. THEY should have offered him the plea bargain DEAL, and after he revealed where the other explosives were hidden, HANGED the scumbag in public! How the hell did we degenerate to a legal system like this? We've got to be the laughing stock of the whole world.

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Not Quite!

This response submitted by Bill Paterson on 4/13/05 at 7:20 PM. ( ) 199.243.21.104

Jim,

Canada is much worse...

I have lived in both countries, and know that American Channels don't carry much Canadian news. If they did you would puke.

I am no extremist when it comes to crime and punishment, but what I see here in Canada is a disgrace. The last & greatest in some time, is the federal judge throwing out the case in the Air India bombing.


He is twisted

This response submitted by Jim Marsico on 4/13/05 at 8:03 PM. ( ) 63.227.252.186

no doubt about it and should spend the rest of his life behind bars, at the very least.


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the reasoning

This response submitted by mysterio on 4/13/05 at 9:26 PM. ( ) 64.12.116.135


Behind alot of these type of decisions is that it will save the
expense of these different cases being drug out for years.
Alot of times, the victims and survivors do not want to relive or
have to tell the story again. the logic is,they are going for the
rest of their life, so why all of the above?
A plea will usually achieve what the prosecuting attorney desires,
with the above mentioned factors being avoided.


Rudolph Pleads, Rest Walk

This response submitted by BG on 4/13/05 at 11:20 PM. ( ) 63.170.184.137

When will we get to the real issue in these cases? So,Eric Rudolph will get life in prison while those who support him and encourage his conduct will remain free to solicit others to commit crimes. The feds should figure out a way of connecting the dots and prosecuting all involed persons. They walk and live in a gray area between freedom of speech and outright conspiracy to commit murder. PETA gives it's tax deductable monies in support of ALF and ELF, two groups on the FBI's terroist organizations list. Rudolphs buddies in the Anti-abortion world support him to this day.

One of these days we will wake up and put an end to this sensless violence. We could start by revoking their Tax Deductable fund raising abilities. That would be a good start.

These groups tell their members that the end justifies the means. No matter how many innocent people get killed. PETA will continue using it's tax free money to support the violence of ALF and ELF. the rest will make heros out of people for blowing up abortion clinics.


PETA Terroists When will enough be enough

This response submitted by BYGOLLY on 4/14/05 at 10:57 AM. ( ) 63.170.184.137

PETA has contributed thousands of dollars to known activist extremists. Most of these extremist were involved in either ALF or ELF, two organizations under FBI watch. The FBI is monitoring these organizations for acts of terrorism in the United States. These acts include arson, bombings, cutting the brake lines on fishery trucks, breaking and entering, destruction of government and organizational research laboratories and murder. ALF, in one statement, has admitted to over 100 acts of terrorism, all in the name of animal rights and the economy.
PETA has given over $45,000 to the defense of Rodney Coronado, an ALF member convicted of a firebombing at Michigan State University. During this criminal act of arson, Rodney Coronado stole documents and had them sent to a PETA member, the sending of these packages was prearranged by the president of PETA, herself. One of the packages was intercepted by the FBI.
Timothy McVeigh, the Oklahoma City bomber, during his last meal, decided to not eat meat. PETA's response to this was given by Bruce Friedrich, when he told reporters "Mr. McVeigh's decision to go vegetarian groups him with some of the world's greatest visionaries."
PETA published a pamphlet entitled "Activism and the law", that offers advice on burning laboratory buildings. This same pamphlet states "there is a higher law than that written by those who subjugate the helpless", it states that the use of illegal actions may be unpopular, but "no struggle against exploitation has been won without them."
PETA contributed $27,000 to the legal defense of Roger Troen for burglary and arson at the University of Oregon in 1986. In 1989, PETA informed its members of the payment.
PETA's 1988 Form 990. PETA contributed $7,500 to the legal defense of Fran Stephanie Trutt, convicted of possessing pipe bombs and prosecuted for the attempted murder of the president of a medical laboratory.
PETA's 2001 Form 990. PETA payed lawyer fees for animal rights criminals involving the North American Earth Liberation Front, an FBI-declared domestic terrorist organization.


Legal system being subverted by leftist countries

This response submitted by Paul Rusin on 4/15/05 at 10:45 PM. ( ) 66.66.86.127

Most of our legal ideals are being subverted by the idiot judiciary of leftist countries overseas. We are not the laughingstock. We are laughed at because we believe in truth, and justice, an eye for an eye, etc.


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