Newsgroups: alt.revisionism, can.politics
From: The Real Moose in Love <The-Real-Moose-in-L...@invalid.invalid>
Date: Mon, 21 May 2012 11:40:40 -0700
Local: Mon, May 21 2012 2:40 pm
Subject: Re: Arguments made for prison abolition
In article <m6gur.22406$TC4.5...@newsfe14.iad>, "_ G O D _" <DEMI...@SHAW.CA>
> > yes, banishment so that they can never return to society.I see, so the burglar could elect to live in Beverly Hills or next to his last
> This should be determined according to the
> All and every crime should be penalized, but
> > where and how do you expect to accomplish this magical feat?
> The criminal can elect a town or a country of
victim. Good idea. But please define "tolerable crimes"
> Otherwise, he would be huntedthe only thing wrong with this is that by adding either a raffle to select a
> by his victim, within specified by court areas,
> similar to an ordinary animal-hunting season.
> The hunted are not allowed to use privileges
> Hunter could be legally hired if it's necessary....
hunter or actually having an auction where you could raise inordinate amounts of
money to be used for the public good.
of course all you are really doing is promoting the same system by legitimizing
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