Sympathy for the devil: Why former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi should ...

Mar 15, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Daily Caller

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Latha

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Mar 16, 2012
 
I totally agree-why should two lives be lost? Let me know how I can help.

Moreover this will only polarize our society mor and lead to actual homophobia-which Dharun was not.
rajasekar from chennai

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Apr 8, 2012
 
he must punished no sympathy for him

“ WOOF !”

Since: Oct 10

Coolidge, AZ

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Apr 9, 2012
 
Ravi is a resident alien of the U.S. As such, he is a guest. And as ALL guests should, he is expected to follow the laws of the place he is living in.

He violated criminal law. It's as simple as that. I think he should be sentenced to the maximum time in prison, do ALL of that time, be deported to his home country, and be forbidden from ever entering the U.S. again.

If an American student had been convicted of similar crimes in a foreign country, what do you think the foreign country's courts would say ? It is doubtful that any other country's courts are as lenient as ours.

Ravi has violated our laws, and as a consequence, he as abused the privilege of living here.

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