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Dr.Dino found guilty

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by xdisciplex, Nov 3, 2006.

  1. xdisciplex

    xdisciplex New Member

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    Hovind could be sentenced to 288 years in prison! Is that a misprint?
     
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    I don't think so. I have no clue how they get this number but I think it's a joke.
    288 years. :BangHead:
    The american law system is ridiculous in my opinion. Totally ridiculous.
     
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    It isn't a misprint. Each crime has a sentence. For example, when he completes a 20-year sentence for one crime, he starts on the sentence for the next crime, maybe 15 years. The only way that can be changed is if the Judge orders all sentences to run concurrently. That means he'll be in prison for life, but eligible for parole after serving 25% of it. The latter is a Parole Board decision based upon good conduct.
     
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    American so-called justice is a joke!!!!!

    Cheers,

    Jim
     
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    It sure is. When cho-mos and rapos get less time than dopers and tax cheats, something is wrong, terribly wrong.
     
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    This is one of the reasons why I wouldn't want to live in the USA. There are simply too many strange things. I imagine the "land of the free" to be a bit different. :laugh:
     
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    We had an Amber Alert here in Indianapolis this past Tuesday. A 16 year-old girl was abducted. She was found murdered today and the guy accused was a 55 year-old who just got out of prison in Kansas for a child murder, in which he done 25 years.
     
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    Seems like stealing $ from the state is worse than killing a human. Absolutely fabulous. :BangHead:
     
  10. Darron Steele

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    In the United States, "criminal justice" is about care and compassion for the perpretrator and desire for "rehabilitation"; for the victim, it seeks trivialization and insults. You know, `Was it really so bad,' and `Were there any mitigating factors?'

    The victim ought to be shown compassion with a harsh sentence to the perpretrator, which would demonstrate to the victim society's realization that the wrong was a genuine wrong. However, philosophical liberals have too much sway in the American "criminal justice" system, and the fruits of it seem to reflect that they sympathize with the wicked, more closely identify with them, and see a lot of themselves in them. It is natural for those who abhor absolute right and wrong to seek compassion on those who do what is wrong because that would benefit them.

    Here in southern Indiana, a child rapist and murderer was pinned down and tatooed by his fellow inmates a reminder of his crime. Some child molesters and worse are given no time in prison at all by some judges. It is truly sick when criminals have a better understanding of the heinousness of these crimes than judges do.

    This man could get 288 years for this? While convicted child rapists walk out of the courtroom?
     
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