I don't believe we should sink to the depravity of these people just to think we've got our own back, surely we are better than that. Not to mention you'd just turn them into martyrs
Take Al Megrahi. Convicted of killing 270 by blowing up a plane over Lockerbie. It took ten years to get him to trial and then another ten years in jail at our expense. Then we release
him (to a heroes welcome in Libya) because he supposedly had three months to live, yet he actually lived another three years.
No wonder the US think we're pussies.
Executing one guilty man in response to him deliberately killing 270 innocents does not make us the same in any way whatsoever, and I can't understand why anyone would see it differently.
I know it seams logical to put to death people who commit mass slaughter whether that being the Lockerbie disaster, or the Dunblane massacre, although he did kill himself, the point is killing one or many is still killing, it's still murder in my eyes. It is humanity at it's best that does not destroy a life for a life or many lives. I know that it is so easy to put to death these people but in some ways I think that is what they want, they want to be martyrs for their beliefs why give them that opportunity, Let them be prisoners for life, as I have said I would rather be the tax payer for a prisoner than an executioner for anyone .
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