Then the reality brigade comes to burst your bubble.Kennedy vs. Louisiana, 2007. Moot point. Kennedy v. Louisiana, 554 U.S. 407 (2008) was a landmark decision by the Supreme Court of the United States that held that the Eighth Amendment's Cruel and Unusual Punishment Clause did not permit a state to punish the crime of rape of a child with the death penalty; more broadly, the power of the state to impose the death penalty against an individual for committing a crime that did not result in the death of the victim is now limited to crimes against the state (i.e., espionage, treason). Read it and weep, Valigator.
Read it and weep? One (normal person) would really have to wonder about a sex offender as yourself who goes to the trouble to quote a supreme court ruling that takes the death penalty off the table for repatedly raping a child? Then takes it as a "win". For you and your motley group who spend an inordinate amount of time denouncing any and all legislation concerning offenders, (RSOL) dont you find it strange you take "glee" in a law that allows some freak to rape and tear the insides out of child and toss them from a moving car, or dump them in a garbage can have an exit strategy to walk among us again? Seriously Derek, who thinks like that? Only a guy with a conviction as yours would see this issue from that angle..you are a strange one I'll give ya that. From what I observe your conviction has so tainted your sense of justice and fair play when it comes to sexual abuse of a child that your broken beyond repair. Your rants have slanted in such a direction its almost as if I can see you rubbing your hands together in excitement everytime an article of abuse appears in the paper and the guy walks.. I am accused of over dramatizing sex offenders and their dangers..whereas your group wants to give them parties everytime they wreck another families world...I'll stick to my side, thank you very much..
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