I am against the death penalty. No children don't belong in adult correctional facilities.As for leniency, yes indeed you are suggesting leniency if you don't want them to be subject to the death penalty or put in an adult correctional facility as punishment for executing another young man.
IF the child is deemed a danger to society by a psychiatrist or other licensed mental health professional, I would say that life in prison is a fitting punishment, but while a child should be separated from adults. There is nothing lenient about that, and you don't have the blood of children and possibly innocent people (speaking in general terms here - NOT about this particular case so don't flip your lid) on our hands as a country. Do they execute children up there in Canada BTW?So again I'll ask, anyone who wants to answer, what is your suggested "severe" punishment or "non-lenient" punishment for a 15, 16, 17 year old who executes another human being?