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    Re: Oklahoma executes man who murdered two campers

    Quote Originally Posted by Coolguy View Post
    No, you find out while they are incarcerated and release only those who may not re-offend.
    Meanwhile it is more likely that a person will be killed by someone who hasn't been convicted of murder, so your statement is just fear mongering.

    And how does one find out those who may not re-offend. Ask them?
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    Re: Oklahoma executes man who murdered two campers

    Quote Originally Posted by Coolguy View Post
    And thereby increasing the expenditures of those cases that are delayed.
    How?

    Moving a date back increases the number of billable hours in what way? It increases the filing fees of the courts in what way? It increases the number of hours in court in what way?


    Quote Originally Posted by Coolguy View Post
    I have no knowledge of this case.
    Please provide a link so I can accurately ascertain whether what you say is true, or not.
    Ah...turns out his official name is Alejandro Avila, but Jose was used in the news at the time. It's been a while, and the scum is still breathing.

    Here's a website:



    Quote Originally Posted by Coolguy View Post
    As the system currently is, it is cheaper to rehabilitate and release than it is to incarcerate or kill. Costs could further be reduced if early detection and education could be implemented at early ages, which would reduce the amount of crimes committed.
    I've no objection to shooting as many defense lawyers as needed to encourage the survivors to speed up the process.

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