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#21
Ten*K;102664 Wrote:It's what I'd like to see done personally, but I don't have that power. But the UCMJ does have the power, and the fact is the military is being interfered with, and justice IS being denied.

man, you have some sick ideals...
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#22
das;102681 Wrote:but I still think this guy is guilty as sin and he is making a mockery of the justice system.

Pretty sure we all think the SOB is guilty but instead of a mockery, its actually proving our justice system is the best it can be when humans are involved. And way better than the system this shitbag would like to see us all under.

Give him the fairest trail possible and then fry his ass in beacon.
Dave, proudly annoying members of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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#23
andrewjs18;102687 Wrote:
Ten*K;102664 Wrote:It's what I'd like to see done personally, but I don't have that power. But the UCMJ does have the power, and the fact is the military is being interfered with, and justice IS being denied.

man, you have some sick ideals...

Yeah, I just finished reading all of the "Game of Thrones" books... it's got me in a mood. Firing squad, hangman's noose, whatever... dead is dead, and this villain (and his villainy is unquestionable) deserves what is coming to him.

There is no "doubt" issue here, and the military court needs to re-attach their balls and do their duty.
tolerance for failure meter... LOW
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#24
I'm fairly certain he is guilty as sin too. Don't care everyone gets a trial.
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Ten*K;102738 Wrote:
andrewjs18;102687 Wrote:man, you have some sick ideals...

Yeah, I just finished reading all of the "Game of Thrones" books... it's got me in a mood. Firing squad, hangman's noose, whatever... dead is dead, and this villain (and his villainy is unquestionable) deserves what is coming to him.

There is no "doubt" issue here, and the military court needs to re-attach their balls and do their duty.

I don't think anyone is really doubting his guilt, we just prefer for him to have a fair trial.

that said, I'd be hesitant to start supporting state-sanctioned murders.
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#26
I never said he shouldn't have a trial, nor did I say just murder him. Execution after a fair trial is still a less than equitable outcome based on the damage he caused. Not one red cent more should be spent on keeping him alive (after a trial) in a military prison... he does not deserve life, as he will not find every day a punishment, but as a celebration of the murder and mayhem he committed in the name of his god and (pedophile/rapist/murderer/theif) prohpet.

And in order for that to happen, the farcical sham of "justice" needs to end, the White House needs to get its grubby mitts off the leash of the military court, and the actual trial needs to finally begin.

By this constant circus of interference (by this administration) and mockery of the system (by the terrorist spy), justice IS being denied to his victims and their families
tolerance for failure meter... LOW
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#27
There is a judge behind every extension. It just takes as long as it takes. No doubt that people are poking noses where they have no need to but hey that's life.
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Ten*K;102833 Wrote:I never said he shouldn't have a trial, nor did I say just murder him. Execution after a fair trial is still a less than equitable outcome based on the damage he caused. Not one red cent more should be spent on keeping him alive (after a trial) in a military prison... he does not deserve life, as he will not find every day a punishment, but as a celebration of the murder and mayhem he committed in the name of his god and (pedophile/rapist/murderer/theif) prohpet.

And in order for that to happen, the farcical sham of "justice" needs to end, the White House needs to get its grubby mitts off the leash of the military court, and the actual trial needs to finally begin.

By this constant circus of interference (by this administration) and mockery of the system (by the terrorist spy), justice IS being denied to his victims and their families

I don't know how the death penalty stuff works within the military, but in the court system for civilians, someone on death row who is to be executed ends up costing the tax payer A LOT more than someone who just spends life in prison due to constantly appealing their conviction and sentence, iirc.
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#29
Of course the salafist fucktard is getting paid.

This was nothing more than workplace violence, after all, according to the Auditor in Chief.
"Chris Kyle's death seems to confirm that "he who lives by the sword dies by the sword." Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn't make sense."
- some ass-maggot on Twitter
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