I've lately thought that on Tue, 06 Apr 1999, Ron Kean wrote:
>On Tue, 6 Apr 1999 14:48:17 -0400 Randall Randall
>>Once it is determined which is the case, however, we know whether to
>>prosecute those who apprehended the "suspect", right?
>Yes, I suppose so. But the justice system as we have it allows for false
>arrest and malicious prosecution redress only in very limited
This is one of many good reasons to ditch it.
>convicted. If, after the convict is executed, he is later proven not
>guilty, then those jurors who voted for death would themselves be
>executed. I guess the death penalty would be very rarely applied under
Yes, but it is certainly just. These are the only circumstances under which I not mind having capital punishment be the law.
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