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#367 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
This thread is humorous. All of the top veteran criminal psychologists are unsure of what his mental state is and what his motives might have been, but every nerd on FJ knows exactly what it is and what should be done with him.
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#314 - brolution ONLINE (07/25/2012) [-]
So who's gonna tell him the Jokers hair is green?
So who's gonna tell him the Jokers hair is green?
User avatar #383 to #314 - thevenomproject (08/06/2012) [-]
maybe he was going for green, but the dye screwed up his hair making it orange somehow
#337 to #314 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
I don't think anybody but the media said that's why he did it.
#319 to #314 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
uhm it's the same color as when the joker is dragqueening at the hospital
#304 - hybredmoon (07/25/2012) [-]
I love the stupid argument from the bleeding hearts about 'You cant teach people that killing is wrong by killing him.' You assume I'm trying to teach that lesson, I'm not. That's not a lesson anyone needs to hear, we all already know it. The lesson I want to teach is "If your dumb ass does something you know is wrong, horrible things WILL happen to you, so think twice ******* ." This is why I'm all in favor of public crucifixion for this tard.
User avatar #338 to #304 - futuramafan (07/25/2012) [-]
yes yes thank you for wording that perfectly, too many people have the wrong idea about the death penalty
#331 to #304 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
If he did commit the crime you can say he's being gifted rather than punished. Death is obviously better over lifetime sentence. You won't spend your entire endless days in a cell. You won't get older as you watch your family die. Etc etc. So how is it a lesson? It's not. People who lose interest in life are more prone to commit "meaningless" shootings. And it warms my heart reading the comments about how he should suffer and be tortured to death. Retards... How are you being better anyway than him? In terms of action, you're not doing anything better. He ******** . I may as well show him ****** is wrong by ********* him.
#344 to #331 - hybredmoon (07/25/2012) [-]
Again, same argument I just called out. You cant change 'Killing' to '						*******					 and expect to sneak it in you daft bastard. Also, I'm not trying to be 'better' than him. No one has ever defeated evil by standing on some moral high ground and glaring at it. You defeat it by getting down in the trenches and kicking the 						****					 out of it till it's gone. As for the rest of your comment, I dont care about him or whats better or worse for him. He is a non-entity as far as I'm concerned. I'm sending the message out to all the other people who might be like him but havent acted on it yet. Do dumb 						****					, get 						******					 up. It's a deterrent.
Again, same argument I just called out. You cant change 'Killing' to ' ******* and expect to sneak it in you daft bastard. Also, I'm not trying to be 'better' than him. No one has ever defeated evil by standing on some moral high ground and glaring at it. You defeat it by getting down in the trenches and kicking the **** out of it till it's gone. As for the rest of your comment, I dont care about him or whats better or worse for him. He is a non-entity as far as I'm concerned. I'm sending the message out to all the other people who might be like him but havent acted on it yet. Do dumb **** , get ****** up. It's a deterrent.
#349 to #344 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
That's why the typical moral system doesn't really work. Good and evil are a necessity, and one can't overcome the other without allowing it to corrupt you. (different anon btw)
User avatar #351 to #349 - hybredmoon (07/25/2012) [-]
I agree with you, but I think it is a risk (being corrupted by the evil you constantly face) that is highly acceptable when stacked against the potential reward (Protecting a loved one from that evil, or it's corruption)
#356 to #351 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
you try to bring good with evil. "getting rid" of the "non-entity" is not solving the problem. it is avoiding it. it is an endless fight that will never end because problems are solved with death. I don't think you are any better then the person who committed the crime. justice doesn't exist. justice is the death of the ones who you disagree with.
User avatar #361 to #356 - hybredmoon (07/25/2012) [-]
Then by this faulty logic you can never punish anyone for anything, If I become the bad guy because I PUNISHED the bad guy, then there is no acceptable way to set the standard for right and wrong. I know it's hard and scary to think about, but some people are just flat out evil. There is nothing there to be redeemed, no light left to save. You dont rehabilitate those people, they dont care. You get rid of them in a way that deters others and hope for the best, and unless someone comes up with a way to predict and prevent tragedies then it's the best we'll ever be able to do. That's just the way it is turning the other cheek just earns you two bruised cheeks in the real world.
#355 to #351 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
of course, but people who know that's what they are risking are much more resilient to it than those who think they have the moral high ground. Those are the exact sort of people who end up doing the worst things while thinking they are still in the right. It's a dangerous thing, but our culture still has that as an ideal.
#323 to #304 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
Implying spending the rest of your life in jail is better then death.
User avatar #298 - sweener (07/25/2012) [-]
I saw a facebook thing where they talked about how they should handcuff him and let batman beat the **** out of him. I think that would be cool, but Christian Bale would get **** for it. So, we should get some huge ass, life in prison for ****** , heartless best....and dresss him up as batman and have him beat the **** out of him.
#312 to #298 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
uhmagerd what are you talking about Christian Bale is Bruce Wayne not Batman :/

srsly
#275 - whatnametochoose (07/25/2012) [-]
i honestly think that he's drugged to the eyeballs and its beacuse its all some conspiracy
#267 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
Or you know. We could put him in solitary confinement for the rest of his life and just barely feed him enough food to keep him alive. I feel like that's a better punishment than the death penalty because then he gets to suffer. Rather than just, *prick* painless injection, good-bye sir have a happy painless death.
#321 to #267 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
Electric chair. Don't wet the sponge...?
#373 to #321 - pepemex (07/25/2012) [-]
I told you I didn't know it was supposed to be wet!
User avatar #277 to #267 - skylineboi (07/25/2012) [-]
then for the next (insert number here) years the nation has to pay taxes that goes to keeping this ****** alive for how many years he lives... **** it. give him the death penalty but in the most painful way
User avatar #260 - Conquistador ONLINE (07/25/2012) [-]
It's kind of idiotic people on here are whining about the death penalty. "hurr teaching killing is wrong by killing him isn't right". Oh yeah, so let's punish a mass ******** by letting him live in prison with free shelter, food, air conditioning, and television by paying for it through taxes.

Not everyone deserves to live, especially someone who's insane, lacks empathy, rationality, and reasoning.
#346 to #260 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
im pretty sure most of the people on this website lack all of of those characteristics
User avatar #343 to #260 - zimork (07/25/2012) [-]
Killing him is just too easy. Sentence him to a black hole, with free food and air conditioning. I couldn´t thing of a worse punishment. (Except tortture, but thats forbidden.)
User avatar #278 to #260 - dustyshane (07/25/2012) [-]
I would rather throw him in a pit of razors and throw salt and lemon juice on him.
#295 to #278 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
immediatly thought of that American Dad episode
User avatar #273 to #260 - thegirlyoudespise (07/25/2012) [-]
Exactly. He is lucky if that's what he gets, because he just gets a shot to go night night, he doesn't have to be in a room filling with tear gas and gun bullets flying everywhere.
#271 to #260 - kingkoops (07/25/2012) [-]
the problem is even if he was given the death penalty he would probably still spend 30 years on death row so it will still be a waste of the tax payers money.
User avatar #282 to #271 - Conquistador ONLINE (07/25/2012) [-]
Yeah. I wish they would stop wasting money on this ******** . If we're just going to kill him, might as well send someone in there with a club or a rock and beat his brains in. That would cost little to no money.
User avatar #247 - moosified (07/25/2012) [-]
I for one think this guy deserves the worst punishment he could receive. If it were me deciding, I would put a bullet right in his worthless skull and bill his family for making me waste a perfectly good bullet on his sorry ass.
User avatar #246 - wilfredfanforever (07/25/2012) [-]
PHD in psychology or not if you think the Jokers hair is orange I'm still calling you stupid.
#365 to #246 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
Umm... he isn't a phd, he dropped out of the program that would have made him a phd after a year
User avatar #379 to #365 - wilfredfanforever (07/26/2012) [-]
Yea, but the guy was still pretty smart in that kinda field.
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#226 to #215 - loluwut (07/25/2012) [-]
haha, no.
haha, no.
#211 - warlockrichard (07/25/2012) [-]
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#210 - pokaymahn (07/25/2012) [-]
I just don't get the whole pleading insanity part... Even if you're treated noone is going to want to be with you and its just a burden for society, I believe in an eye for an eye when it comes to planned ****** no matter what (self-defense isn't planned). Feel free to disagree I'd like to hear it
User avatar #213 to #210 - champaigne (07/25/2012) [-]
I like the guy. Once he got out of the asylum Id definately help him out hes a badass
#207 - nofightingdos (07/25/2012) [-]
So... let me get this straight...

Most of you want him dead... because he killed people... and because killing people is wrong... and we need to punish him... we should kill him?

This logic is backwards don't ya think?
User avatar #259 to #207 - futuramafan (07/25/2012) [-]
No you idiot, that's not why we have capital punishment. It's not for vengeance

He killed someone, we need to remove him from society so it doesn't happen again.

plan a: kill him
plan b: put him in jail for the rest of his life. Killing him will be cheaper and will not put a stress on our already filled prisons

and about finding the source: you think that hasn't been tried? The only "source" is mental instability, which short of engineering chromosomes, has no solution.
User avatar #268 to #259 - nofightingdos (07/25/2012) [-]
Consider the following:

1) It costs more to execute and put someone on death row than to put the in prison for life. http://www.deathpenalty.org/article.php?id=42

2) If they keep him long enough he can be treated (most likely) and cases like this can be PREVENTED.

3) States without the death penalty have lower crime rates. You need to login to view this link
#288 to #268 - futuramafan (07/25/2012) [-]
1) well, i'll give you this one, but that's because of the overcomplicated legal process with the death penalty

2) He can be treated, but he wont necessarily be cured, and there is absolutely no way to find out, regardless of what he seems like on the outside. how were they supposed to prevent something that already happened? They can't just admit a guy to a mental hospital because he is socially awkward and shy. He was going for a Neuroscience PhD. They couldn't have seen a shooting coming.

3) Those death penalty states need it, they would have high crime regardless. If you look at HDI, GDP, college graduation rate, , then the death penalty states (LA, MD, TN, AL, MO, MS) all scrore lower than the non death penalty states (NM, NY, NJ, AK, RI, VT)
User avatar #301 to #288 - nofightingdos (07/25/2012) [-]
That may be true...

My main thing is though, I have a problem with those like Holmes even getting INTO the theater WITH that state of mind. I feel HONESTLY feel that with enough research, legislation, and REASON this CAN be stopped. We don't HAVE to go through this. If we do give them a proper punishment (which killing isn't because him dying will never equal up to the lives lost) AND ALSO find some causes, this doesn't have to happen.
User avatar #306 to #301 - futuramafan (07/25/2012) [-]
the problem is that nobody knows, and nobody will ever know in the future (short of mind reading every citizen) that criminals have the state of mind while they are still normal people, before the crime
User avatar #318 to #306 - nofightingdos (07/25/2012) [-]
Also, thanks for a logical discussion and not one where you're just raging.
User avatar #315 to #306 - nofightingdos (07/25/2012) [-]
Well currently, killing every "madman" if you have it, that comes through is not a way to stop the production of them. Never has been. It's just an easy fix. Until we go a LITTLE further to find out how to stop it or atleast keep the problem at bay... our patch-ups, revenges, and easy fixes won't work.
#236 to #207 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
Lol, stupid ponifag.
User avatar #223 to #207 - pandation (07/25/2012) [-]
That's like saying police officers shouldn't speed to catch speeding bank robbers
#220 to #207 - Wingbuster (07/25/2012) [-]
Killing innocent people is wrong. That is not an innocent man.
#208 to #207 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
Thumbed down because of ponies, but I agree.
#198 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
Maybe it's just me,but honestly,i think its cool as 						****					 that he went on a killing rampage,i mean,not because everyone is dead,because thats not cool,but,i think its neat how for once we actually have like,a super villain! He's really 						*******					 smart,he's got cool hair & 						****					 . Like,oh its cool when people die in movies & there's supervillians,but when there's one in real life,all hell breaks loose! No,This 						****					 is cool as 						****					 .
Maybe it's just me,but honestly,i think its cool as **** that he went on a killing rampage,i mean,not because everyone is dead,because thats not cool,but,i think its neat how for once we actually have like,a super villain! He's really ******* smart,he's got cool hair & **** . Like,oh its cool when people die in movies & there's supervillians,but when there's one in real life,all hell breaks loose! No,This **** is cool as **** .
#206 to #198 - anonymous (07/25/2012) [-]
User avatar #205 to #198 - toshietosh (07/25/2012) [-]
You sir, are a massive retard!
User avatar #190 - Cainamogel (07/25/2012) [-]
If he does not get the chair, then I will have lost all my faith in humanity.
#204 to #190 - newall (07/25/2012) [-]
well it could be argued that anyone who goes on a killing spree is mentally unstable and there-for not-guilty by way of insanity.
User avatar #203 to #190 - champaigne (07/25/2012) [-]
Join the club
User avatar #183 - gimmeyobrain (07/25/2012) [-]
what a ******* loser. this is what happens when youre not raised right or you have a terrible childhood. treating people good can prevent future tragedys like this
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