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Thread: Sentenced to life without parole at the age of 16

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    Sentenced to life without parole at the age of 16

    13 years later...




    I feel sorta bad for her...sorta

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    That judge and the people who decided that she should get life is bunch of losers, the pimp mussi had him in his pocket.
    But this is a problem in American justice when you are a jury, you make the choice not the law. This will definitely make an impact on our judicial system if they see the people are telling the lawmakers to make more logical laws to protect society.
    Example I would not have found her guilty of murder.
    She is guilty of temporary insanity manslaughter.

    Reason if you breed dogs and you humilate them they will fack u you up oneday.

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    wow,,.. im so happy i dont live in calo

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    wow...poor ting...
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    What she did was premediated murder.
    The Question being asked is Do children under the age of 18 should be given a life sentence.

    I'm sure the political right on this forum will say yes, But I'm on the right and I choose no, I will give my reasons later. I'm just wait on Richard to provide his crap.

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    The criminal justice system is anticipating another paradigm shift.....researchers have long showed that punitive measures are not working but politicians have ignored science....the constant building of prisons and housing of individuals has become an economic burden......so look at for the revitalization of rehabilitation.

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    The criminal justice system is a business..........
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    The Supreme Court will be making a decision on this issue in the near future, likely early next year.

    Quote Originally Posted by Picong View Post
    The criminal justice system is a business..........
    Sure is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picong View Post
    The criminal justice system is a business..........
    That's costing too much now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeng View Post
    That's costing too much now.
    you think rehabilitation would be cheaper and better for society?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Picong View Post
    Thats the boy who shot da "Trini" right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picong View Post
    such a fukn dumbass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picong View Post
    you think rehabilitation would be cheaper and better for society?
    U know why they say punitive measures don't work....after they get released over 70 percent of them go right back with in a short time span....little to no funds is allocated to successful reentry or other measures outside of prison.....with startling statistics about the amount of Americans coming in contact with the corrections (worst for minorities) what do u think?


    Its like this every year u have a steady number of new individuals coming for ice cream...but the people who got already, keep coming back also.

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    Yes that is the 16 year old boy who decided to pick up a gun to go take somebody else life.
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