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#49 - Neither you nor I have the moral right to weigh one life again…  [+] (1 new reply) 1 hour ago on Meanwhile 0
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#50 - mordadigsjalv (1 hour ago) [-]
Yes I do, and you do as well, morals are subjective and change depending on you as a person, the society you live in, the religion or philosophy you ascribe to. Put me in a life or death situation I will choose life every time. I'm also a parent, should my childs life be weighed up against anyone elses I will always put my childs first
#38 - And I believe that man has the legal right to trial by jury.  [+] (4 new replies) 3 hours ago on Meanwhile 0
#56 - Glitched (1 hour ago) [-]
He was found guilty by the bullet that entered his head as he was committing the crime.

That is due process.
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#48 - mordadigsjalv (1 hour ago) [-]
So the childs right life was worth less than the kidnappers right to due process?
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#49 - Endofzeeworld (1 hour ago) [-]
Neither you nor I have the moral right to weigh one life against another.
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#50 - mordadigsjalv (1 hour ago) [-]
Yes I do, and you do as well, morals are subjective and change depending on you as a person, the society you live in, the religion or philosophy you ascribe to. Put me in a life or death situation I will choose life every time. I'm also a parent, should my childs life be weighed up against anyone elses I will always put my childs first
#37 - Sorry I believe in the right to trial by jury.  [+] (2 new replies) 4 hours ago on Meanwhile 0
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#41 - babysared (3 hours ago) [-]
I believe in the right to a fair trial, but due process covers legal proceedings and how laws are enacted. In an emergency situation, especially one where there is an active and direct threat on someone's life, it is up to the emergency responder to determine how to proceed (within the parameters of the law, of course). By directly threatening someone else's life with no reasonable cause, he has waived his right to his own life. This is only true, up to the point where he stops threatening the life of another.
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#39 - weinerdick (3 hours ago) [-]
Why go to the time and effort of negotiating, hoping he doesn't hurt the child and wasting a bunch of time when you can just do like that?
I'm not saying every case like this is so cut and dried, and sure we don't live in a barbaric, third world country, but when you have an opportunity to take of a problem like this quick and clean, the only responsible thing to do is to get it done quick and get the child to safety .
You can believe in trial by jury all you want but at the end of the day, that child went home safe and a crazy piece of shit died just a little bit faster.
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#30 - Sorry I believe in due process.  [+] (11 new replies) 4 hours ago on Meanwhile 0
#40 - anon (3 hours ago) [-]
Fuck you and your dumb fucking risky way of dealing with 100% threats to innocent lives.
If that was your kid being dangled out a fucking window and the cops tried to negotiate and end up with the kid getting tossed out you would never say anything like this again.

Dont mourn for fucking scum of the earth, they wont mourn you.
#36 - Glitched (4 hours ago) [-]
That is what he got.

Due process is the legal requirement that the state must respect all legal rights that are owed to a person. Due process balances the power of law of the land and protects the individual person from it.

Holding hostage and threatening to murder a child and he got the death penalty.
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#38 - Endofzeeworld (3 hours ago) [-]
And I believe that man has the legal right to trial by jury.
#56 - Glitched (1 hour ago) [-]
He was found guilty by the bullet that entered his head as he was committing the crime.

That is due process.
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#48 - mordadigsjalv (1 hour ago) [-]
So the childs right life was worth less than the kidnappers right to due process?
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#49 - Endofzeeworld (1 hour ago) [-]
Neither you nor I have the moral right to weigh one life against another.
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#50 - mordadigsjalv (1 hour ago) [-]
Yes I do, and you do as well, morals are subjective and change depending on you as a person, the society you live in, the religion or philosophy you ascribe to. Put me in a life or death situation I will choose life every time. I'm also a parent, should my childs life be weighed up against anyone elses I will always put my childs first
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#35 - weinerdick (4 hours ago) [-]
Due process is for people who may be innocent.
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#37 - Endofzeeworld (4 hours ago) [-]
Sorry I believe in the right to trial by jury.
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#41 - babysared (3 hours ago) [-]
I believe in the right to a fair trial, but due process covers legal proceedings and how laws are enacted. In an emergency situation, especially one where there is an active and direct threat on someone's life, it is up to the emergency responder to determine how to proceed (within the parameters of the law, of course). By directly threatening someone else's life with no reasonable cause, he has waived his right to his own life. This is only true, up to the point where he stops threatening the life of another.
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#39 - weinerdick (3 hours ago) [-]
Why go to the time and effort of negotiating, hoping he doesn't hurt the child and wasting a bunch of time when you can just do like that?
I'm not saying every case like this is so cut and dried, and sure we don't live in a barbaric, third world country, but when you have an opportunity to take of a problem like this quick and clean, the only responsible thing to do is to get it done quick and get the child to safety .
You can believe in trial by jury all you want but at the end of the day, that child went home safe and a crazy piece of shit died just a little bit faster.
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#8 - spothot (23 hours ago) [-]
I'd recognise that orange tint anywhere, and I want context for that
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#15 - myfreepaysite (17 hours ago) [-]
f.lux
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#16 - spothot (16 hours ago) [-]
No I meant the comment
#18 - anon (15 hours ago) [-]
That comment came from this
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#19 - spothot (14 hours ago) [-]
Thank you anon
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