now that loughner has changed his plea to guilty, and more than likely recieves life in prison.. how many hindreds of thousands of dollars is that going to cost us the taxpayers in supporting him during his life sentence.. I think it should be a eye for a eye
by emh8/7/2012 7:50:43 PM
#Loughner says he agrees with factual description of the Jan. 8th shooting in #Tucson as detailed by Judge Burns. Waives defense.
Re: cost of life imprisonment vs. death row, life in prison costs less than higher security prison and mandatory appeals process of death penalty. www.deathpenaltyinfo.org And that 'eye for an eye" doctrine was meant to scale back on tradition of, for instance, wiping out a whole village if someone stole a goat. Meant to make punishments more proportional to a crime, not
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