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Thoughtful answer, alas, falling on reactionary deaf ears.
@Levin Well, I write as a conservative in the Tory tradition. It is not an open and shut case, but I think I make the better of the argument.Suffice to say that I am very pleased that you find merit in my argument and thanks so much for your kind remarks.
Is #3 true? Amazing! I've always wondered why they didn't just administer an overdose of opium.
That's a good point, that some of those people could be innocent. I didn't think about that part.
Question: How can you ascertain the depth of someone's repentance based on your assumptions. You can never know a person's heart and therefore your argument does not hold weight.
Or even, to be more generalised, the assumptions of jury's, the public, their friends and family. How would you really know...Same question goes to you, you may act like a civilised Citizen but how would anyone know the motives of your heart and thoughts. Just by assumption of your behaviour 'right now?' We walk beside risk daily...
In a country like Saudi Arabia people fear to do any crime as the law and order is strict and consequences will be very tough if indulged in crime... Countries especially India needs to adopt to such law and rules...