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Worship Money Donating Member (257 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-21-11 10:26 PM
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4. As long as someone dies, right?
Anyone will do.

I can't in good conscience predict how I would react or feel in a situation like this one. However, I have a really hard time believing that-belief in the morality of the death penalty aside- I would feel any sort of justice was being committed if the case was as riddled with error as this one.

In no way do I think this would make feel anything like vindication for the loss of a loved one.

This was a state sacrifice. Someone had to die.
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