At 5/2/10 11:26 PM, EclecticEnnui wrote:
I hope you don't use this to attack my argument.
As you wish.
Talk English hammer! Makes your point look less idiotic when you can express it coherently.....
Enough of that:
I was being overly dramatic. No, I don't actually believe one night without supper is virtually the same as three years in juvenile corrections.
I do believe that three years in juvenile corrections for 1st degree murder is rather problematic.
I'm glad it's not up to you because you have an extreme way of looking at this situation. You think they're gonna be cold blooded monsters for the rest of their lives.
They're 15 and 12. They committed premeditated 1st degree MURDER.
Why? Because he wouldn't let them go to Arizona?
What other possible explanation can you give other than these guys are stone-cold killers? Has anything you've read on the case shown remorse?
Life with no parole or maybe execution belong to someone like Josef Fritzl, not these boys.
These guys stopped being "boys" when they put 4 bullets into their victim. They coldly, rationally, and calculatingly plotted and executed the murder of their victim.
Why did they kill him? Because they didn't want him running to the police. So let's shoot him in the eye, and throw two more in his chest....just in case.
Yeah, definitely not the actions of cold blooded monsters, just another case of "boys being boys"......