Outgoing Mississippi Governor Barbour Pardons Four Killers: Is This God's Will?

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A Toast 2 Wealth

Dallas, TX

#1 Jan 10, 2012
We sympathize with the families who are very upset, regarding their family member's alleged...

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beware of dogs

Owens Cross Roads, AL

#2 Jan 11, 2012
Well everybody wants to cut spending,so he cut spending.I,m sure the State could use the money in other places
Steve

Broken Arrow, OK

#3 Jan 11, 2012
I can remember when he used to be a conservative.
Disgusted from MS

Lexington, TN

#4 Feb 3, 2012
I hope he dies from spinal cord cancer the day after his entire family is killed by a drunk driver.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#5 Feb 5, 2012
Disgusted from MS wrote:
I hope he dies from spinal cord cancer the day after his entire family is killed by a drunk driver.
bwahahahahaha, get back in that window and start taking drive thru oders ya social misfit of a turd!

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#6 Feb 5, 2012
What you people need to understand is that the criminal justice system is predicated on dealing with violations of the state, the state is the victim when someone violates a state's laws. If the state feels that the tear in the moral fabric of society has been mended, then it's a matter of the state to determine when "correction" has occured.

You pepole, socialists, are wrongful in believing that the criminal justices system is a victim's rights bureau for individuals seeking to be made whole again, because this is simply not true other wise the system would be called the VICTIM'S Justice System. LOL, regardless, in any allegation or conviction by the state in criminal court, the state is getting it's justice on...you, the individual have to sue to get personal justice.
Tonya

United States

#7 Feb 6, 2012
Richard_ wrote:
What you people need to understand is that the criminal justice system is predicated on dealing with violations of the state, the state is the victim when someone violates a state's laws. If the state feels that the tear in the moral fabric of society has been mended, then it's a matter of the state to determine when "correction" has occured.
You pepole, socialists, are wrongful in believing that the criminal justices system is a victim's rights bureau for individuals seeking to be made whole again, because this is simply not true other wise the system would be called the VICTIM'S Justice System. LOL, regardless, in any allegation or conviction by the state in criminal court, the state is getting it's justice on...you, the individual have to sue to get personal justice.
I am not seeking to be made whole again, I just expected the woman who murdered my Dad to spend more than 3 years in Jail.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#8 Feb 6, 2012
Tonya wrote:
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I am not seeking to be made whole again, I just expected the woman who murdered my Dad to spend more than 3 years in Jail.
Jail? Convicts of felony crimes spend their time in state prison typically, at least in the more civilized sections of the country.

But, and I'm not trying to make fun of your family's situation, your view of state incarceration as an entitlement is simply misguided. You as an individual are not entitled to a service of specialized incarceration of others as the criminal justice system is a service of the state on to itself relevent to a violator of the state.

If you want personal justice service, you're going to have to do what Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman's parents and family did, and sue the killer of your dad in civil court.
Sue

Chilhowie, VA

#9 Feb 26, 2012
If the judge wanted to save money, why not throw the people out of jail who were caught with marajuana and legalize the stuff to save a legal fortune, they could tax it, regulate it, cut down on the police forces and not to mention the crime element of it. It would empty the prisons nd we wouldn't need to build new ones. It would take a great burden from all states n America. More than all other things, it would take the money and the crime that comes from raising it and transporting it. To grow it legally would boost the economy like alcohol and tobacco. Whoever wants to smoke it, they will get it anyway. They will hook kids to make a living selling it. It would take a bite out of crime, and lessen the problem of kids on the streets being poisoned by what is put into it.

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