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    Re: Thieves Steal Mojave Desert Memorial Cross in Nighttime Heist

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    Why are people objecting to capital punishment for thievery?

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    Re: Thieves Steal Mojave Desert Memorial Cross in Nighttime Heist

    Capital punishment for Thievery is going against the bill of rights. Which states no Cruel and unusual punishment. Killing someone for Thievery is cruel and unusual punishment.

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    Re: Thieves Steal Mojave Desert Memorial Cross in Nighttime Heist

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    Why are people objecting to capital punishment for thievery?
    Why stop there? Shouldn't a DUI results in capital punishment before thievery? A DUI could result in the death of an innocent victin much more than theft.
    But don't stop at DUI , lets make speeding or reckless driving punishable by capital punishment.
    Allow a state trooper to shoot at point blank for speeding over 5 miles an hour right there on the interstate. You will see a drastic reduction in hiway fatalities.
    These may seem harsh but look at the safe society under the Taliban.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyrineaHaruno View Post
    Capital punishment for Thievery is going against the bill of rights. Which states no Cruel and unusual punishment. Killing someone for Thievery is cruel and unusual punishment.
    Is it? Are there legal decisions supporting this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    Why stop there? Shouldn't a DUI results in capital punishment before thievery? A DUI could result in the death of an innocent victin much more than theft.
    But don't stop at DUI , lets make speeding or reckless driving punishable by capital punishment.
    Allow a state trooper to shoot at point blank for speeding over 5 miles an hour right there on the interstate. You will see a drastic reduction in hiway fatalities.
    These may seem harsh but look at the safe society under the Taliban.
    I am with you.
    No, since DUI doesn't harm person or property. Funny though!

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    Re: Thieves Steal Mojave Desert Memorial Cross in Nighttime Heist

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    Is it? Are there legal decisions supporting this?
    Don't you get it. Capital PUNISHMENT for Thieves goes against the EIGHT AMENDMENT, because it would be considered unusual punishment for a [ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misdemeanor"]misdemeanor [/ame] or felony. This would be a misdemeanor crime at best, because nothing above $400.00 were stolen.
    Last edited by RyrineaHaruno; 05-12-10 at 05:14 PM.

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    Re: Thieves Steal Mojave Desert Memorial Cross in Nighttime Heist

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    Why stop there? Shouldn't a DUI results in capital punishment before thievery? A DUI could result in the death of an innocent victin much more than theft.
    But don't stop at DUI , lets make speeding or reckless driving punishable by capital punishment.
    Allow a state trooper to shoot at point blank for speeding over 5 miles an hour right there on the interstate. You will see a drastic reduction in hiway fatalities.
    These may seem harsh but look at the safe society under the Taliban.
    I am with you.
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    Re: Thieves Steal Mojave Desert Memorial Cross in Nighttime Heist

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    No, since DUI doesn't harm person or property. Funny though!
    Yes it can hurt a human, or property. The dui can hit a person on the side of the road, or drive in too your house.

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    Re: Thieves Steal Mojave Desert Memorial Cross in Nighttime Heist

    Quote Originally Posted by RyrineaHaruno View Post
    Yes it can hurt a human, or property. The dui can hit a person on the side of the road, or drive in too your house.
    It can so there is risk, but it did not in fact do those things as they were pulled over intoxicated. There was no harm done to person or property.

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