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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Can We Kill Him Now?

If your pit bull killed and ate a small child, it would be put down post-haste. This piece of wasted DNA has been declared "incompetent to stand trial," so why can't we just put him down? Why must we house and medicate the criminally insane at great cost to the taxpayer? Why can't we try him in absentia as if he had escaped to France, instead of to inside his warped mind?

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  • At 9:29 PM, Blogger Serr8d said…

    The LeftLibProggs will blame guns, of course. Anything they can say or do to eat away at our rights, they will do.

    I'm thinking that if these lefty anti-gun loons had lived under King George, they would not have fought against him, but would've stayed out of it, hoping someone else would take care of it for them. Or, joined the redcoats. Either way, a pox on all of 'em.

  • At 10:51 PM, Blogger greg said…

    I'm going to have to go with Robert Heinlein on this one. In Starship Troopers he addressed the whole 'Not Guilty by reason of Insanity' issue.

    His expressed opinion was either you were sane, knew what you were doing, and deserve to die, OR you are mad-dog crazy, and deserve to be put down like a mad dog.

    Either way, the result was the same.

  • At 11:40 PM, Blogger Glenn B said…

    You guys have got it all wrong, let me tell you what a true New Yorker who was born in Brooklyn would do to handle him. I would bring him down to Coney Island to the arcade and let him have a few hotdogs with mustard and kraut. Then into the arcade where he would be seated on the most exquisite seat imaginable just about a long arm and a half's length away from the carosel. Then the carosel riders would be given a choice of weapons - plastic wiffle ball bat filled with mud and gravel, mace (as in knightly mace but made of plastic with sharp but hard plastic nails in its head, morning glory (also plastic with sharp but hard plastic nails in the ball), blow gun with very sharp needle nosed darts, hickory switch with pepper spray all over the hitting end, rapid fire BB gun, bow and arrow set with a few arrows with sort of dull tips, mini-flame thrower or blow torch, bag full of throwing sized rocks. I figure, doing it this way, he might last at least a day or two (maybe even a week) of about 30 riders per ride and about 20 to 30 rides per day. The money raised, by charging $100 a head per ride could be used for a good charity - something like The Reinstate The Death Penalty For Heinous Monsters Carity.

    Oh, did I forget to mention, the guy who makes him puke up the dogs, kraut and mustard, all over himself, wins a $1,000 prize. Too bad my idea is probably not legal.

    All the best,
    Glenn B

  • At 11:08 PM, Anonymous Old Dog said…

    The only saving grace is as Cowboy Blob knows is that there is no "Incompetent to stand Trial" in AZ.

    Her the verdict is "Guilty But Insane"! We then lock him away for LIFE!

    Not as satisfying as capping his ass like a rabid dog but, at least he never walks!

  • At 1:47 AM, Blogger Fits said…

    Even worse is the irrefutable FACT that within a decade or less some bleeding heart group will successfully petition for his parole.


  • At 2:40 AM, Blogger Desert Cat said…

    More than likely he will eventually tire of the "crazy act" and be declared competent some time from now.

    There was that guy at the shooting who came busting out of a shop with his hand on his concealed weapon, ready to execute justice on this scumbag. It's only too bad that the rest of the bystanders had him down already.

    Woulda saved us taxpayers a bundle...

  • At 2:42 PM, Blogger Windy Wilson said…

    Actually, if he knew of the wrongness of what he was doing, he's not insane and is competent to stand trial. That's the original M'Naughten rule. So, if he ran away, if he hid, if he fought back when people tried to stop him, if he tried to lie about what he did, if his reaction to the people who caught im was anything but, "But what I did was praisworthy, why are you doing this to me?", he knew what he did was wrong and should stand trial (and should swing for what he did, too).


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