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Oxford, MA

#21 Aug 5, 2012
Hamhocks and hair cuts wrote:
The laws just are not tough enough. For example if the court did the right thing and locked up a murderer for life he would never have the chance to stalk a man assault him and threaten the lives of the mans family.


and are you referring to someone in particular?
Just Facts

Southborough, MA

#22 Aug 6, 2012
Lynch wrote:
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You are just an idiot! Yea, just rough them up...ect... Brute force causes reactions you idiot! Your get tough on crime still hasn't worked, check other states!
In your life time, I am positive that you will end up shooting someone as you desire it too much!
What makes you better than the next guy? Please tell me! You are a big mouth, you get people going by slinging insults at them. Someone ends up punching you in that open mouth of yours and you have them put in jail.
You have false courage! You are a very selfish old man. You point fingers at everyone. Your solution to everything that you don't like is "kill them"or "lock them up and throw away the key".
Sounds easy enough for you, huh?? You are the real POS!!
We have no examples of states getting tough on crime. You want to see tough on crime? Go to some other coutries like The Philippines, where a drug dealer is executed so they cannot hurt anyone else again. Its a concept known as "risk and reward" and I don't expect you to understand it because you have been rewarded for failure instead of success. You have a warped sense of right and wrong, and you've just honed your skills at playing our broken system

I have ZERO tolerance for law breakers which is why I say our justice system is a joke. If we had a truly just system of justice, the jails wouldn't be full because crime wouldn't pay as it does now.

What makes me better than you? Thats easy, I am a law-abiding citizen that believes that society works when people within that society operate within the laws and rules governing that society, and those laws are enforced.

You were convicted of manslaughter which means you killed someone because you can't control yourself. To even compare yourself with law-abiding people is a joke. You were able to plead to a lesser charge ONLY because our justice system has concluded that it is better for society to allow you to do that instead of spending the time and money to prosecute you for the real charge, "Murder 1".

You can thank our screwed up justice system for giving you the easy way out, so don't you dare talk to me about hard justice...you were in jail for 8 years, but a family in one soul short and you are at least partly responsible for that soul being gone.

Maybe if you learn how to read English, you can go back and read my post again...I didn't say I would kill anyone. I said I think it is just to put all of you angry and useles people on an island where you can't hurt anymore of us and let God and your own devices sort it out.

If you think you will ever see me write that a person that has killed someone or raped someone can be rehabilitated...if you think you will ever here me say that a drug dealer should not spend the rest of their life in a prison so they can't destroy others, you got the wrong guy.

You should be thankful I'm not a judge and wasn't on your case. If we didn't have sentances that could be pled out, issuesed the maximum sentances that could be imposed, and removed the ability for parole, made our prisons unpleasant instead of catering to inmates that think society owes them something beyond 3 meals and a bed, we wouldn't have crowded prisons.
right on

Oxford, MA

#23 Aug 6, 2012
Just Facts wrote:
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We have no examples of states getting tough on crime. You want to see tough on crime? Go to some other coutries like The Philippines, where a drug dealer is executed so they cannot hurt anyone else again. Its a concept known as "risk and reward" and I don't expect you to understand it because you have been rewarded for failure instead of success. You have a warped sense of right and wrong, and you've just honed your skills at playing our broken system
I have ZERO tolerance for law breakers which is why I say our justice system is a joke. If we had a truly just system of justice, the jails wouldn't be full because crime wouldn't pay as it does now.
What makes me better than you? Thats easy, I am a law-abiding citizen that believes that society works when people within that society operate within the laws and rules governing that society, and those laws are enforced.
You were convicted of manslaughter which means you killed someone because you can't control yourself. To even compare yourself with law-abiding people is a joke. You were able to plead to a lesser charge ONLY because our justice system has concluded that it is better for society to allow you to do that instead of spending the time and money to prosecute you for the real charge, "Murder 1".
You can thank our screwed up justice system for giving you the easy way out, so don't you dare talk to me about hard justice...you were in jail for 8 years, but a family in one soul short and you are at least partly responsible for that soul being gone.
Maybe if you learn how to read English, you can go back and read my post again...I didn't say I would kill anyone. I said I think it is just to put all of you angry and useles people on an island where you can't hurt anymore of us and let God and your own devices sort it out.
If you think you will ever see me write that a person that has killed someone or raped someone can be rehabilitated...if you think you will ever here me say that a drug dealer should not spend the rest of their life in a prison so they can't destroy others, you got the wrong guy.
You should be thankful I'm not a judge and wasn't on your case. If we didn't have sentances that could be pled out, issuesed the maximum sentances that could be imposed, and removed the ability for parole, made our prisons unpleasant instead of catering to inmates that think society owes them something beyond 3 meals and a bed, we wouldn't have crowded prisons.
I guess I am going to have to agree with you when it comes to people not being rehabilitated. Lynch has proven that the programming in the prison system did not work with him. He has continued to live a life of crime since being released and he is certainly putting society at risk. It is not a risk that I would be willing to take. Our system certainly failed.
Dirty Harry

Leominster, MA

#24 Aug 6, 2012
I like the island idea. I figure if it's two hours to get you there by fishing boat you won't see anyone trying to swim back to the mainland. Just drop these pieces of dirt off with some fishing line and a hook and let them build their own shelters with rocks from the shore. If they get dropped off in the winter tuff shit let them build an igloo. I gaurantee they will go back to their murderous ways and start killing each other. Problem solved.
Dirty Harry

Leominster, MA

#25 Aug 6, 2012
So not to sound heartless I would even throw in an evaporator. If they learned anything in school they can figure out how to seperate the salt from the sea water into drinking water. Any kid in a 7th grade science class can do it. or give them each a bucket to catch rain water.
Baby Lynch

Fitchburg, MA

#26 Aug 7, 2012
Gets his butt handed to him and he tucks tail and leaves.
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Raynham, MA

#27 Aug 7, 2012
Would you have expected any less of ex-con Lynch? He has the mental processing power of a 6 year old. I'm convinced there is an in diagnosed learning disability at play with him.

As you imply, he's a little man with nothing of value to add to the conversation.

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