meecrofilm wrote:30 days in juvy, oh noes...
RxBandit66 wrote:Sadly, vigilante justice is becoming the only way to put fear into criminals in this country these days. If such justice is carried out in groups, with members of the group providing alibis and covering up for those who carry out the justice, America's weak legal system would not be able to prosecute most of these cases. If criminals can "beat the system" then innocent people can learn to make it work to their advantage, too. Undercut the judges, lawyers, and juries, and hopefully force the system to change or be re-evaluated. When I think of the idea of having a daughter one day, I just thank God for the stand your ground laws.
There was a time when the mob would have dealt with these boys effectively and efficiently.
Gaucho wrote:I don't see the death penalty working as some sort of deterrent working all that well.
shafnutz05 wrote:I kind of agree, but I also think we need to do away with the juvenile justice system, or at least massively reform it. I'm sorry, by the time you are 12 years old, you are fully capable of telling right from wrong and obeying the law.
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