Maybe he didn't even do it*
My mistake, thought the link was part of the screenshot.So this guy should be fair game to be beaten or killed by the baby’s loved ones in my estimation.
Yet if you did the same, you'd not want the death penalty on you.
@Exorcist_Rampage What point are you trying to make by making the situation about me?
Usually when people are the ones doing it, their opinions change. They want to be treated differently if they were the ones doing it.
@Exorcist_Rampage oh what if what ifs, but did he do it? No. And if he thinks it’s worthy of the death penalty then I doubt he’ll ever do it so your argument is worthless
@aangelena He could not be in his right mind one day. Plus, many people judge others differently than they do themselves. They judge others by their intentions but judge themselves by their actions.
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The justice system is broken
Unfortunately, we don't live in a perfect world.
No, we don't. We do the best we can. And we can't operate on mob mentality and impose our own vision of justice. That would truly be a broken system.
We are assuming we are doing the best we can.
I never implied any of that. I only made a comment on how broken the justice system is. Yes, it can get worse if we did impose our own vision of justice but that doesn't change the fact that it is broken and will never be perfect. So, justice is never always served and sometimes everyone else except the court can see it.
@QueenTanya that's subjective. And it implies people working in the courts and the jury (who i remind you are normal people) don't want to apply proper justice. That somehow you know better when its not the case. that's why we have courts and dont let people convinct based on their feelinngs.
Yeah, they're normal people who have studied the law and allow me to remind you that humans are emotional creatures, which means almost every decision will be impacted by our feelings whether it be big or small. We aren't robots. I'm not saying they don't want to apply proper justice, I'm just saying they're unable to because the system isn't perfect. Nothing ever is. Are you trying to say that the justice system is perfect?
It's the best one on the planet. It isn't guided by our emotions. You're innocent until proven guilty, you're given a fair trail where you're judged by your peers. Does it get it wrong sometimes? Yeah. But as far as the system goes, there's no better way on the planet.
I agree that there is no better one on the planet but there is plenty room for improvement, as there is for everything.
Obviously. You don't need to say what is redundant.
Also I feel very sad for the little girl. Her entire life was taken away, so sad.
He's locked up for a reason. He killed her.
You realize how many people are falsely convicted? The justice system is flawed.
He is partly responsible of her death and 9/10 is the cause of it. He was the last one with her and was around when she was last alive. How the hell didn't he know something was wrong with her?
How didn't anyone else? The article says multiple people heard the baby crying in the other room. Why aren't they all being held responsible? Why is this one person singled out? Maybe the article just didn't include all the details, but from what info it gave, doesn't look like he was any more likely than anyone else there to have done it.
I can't speak to whether he is guilty or not. I was not a part of the jury and wasn't informed of all the details of the case, the plaintiff and defendant weren't allowed to make their case to me as they did in a court of law. With that being said, the jury said he was guilty of the crime; therefore, I believe that he should be considered as guilty and treated as such.
@asker the mother is equally guilty in the neglect, yet I doubt she was in prison.