Brian D Williams <email@example.com> wrote:
> I would disagree, in fact the principals are quite simple:
> 1)One may not murder another human being.
> 2)If found to be in violation of principal (1), ones own life is
Yes, very simple. The devil, of course, is in the details. Determining guilt
beyond a doubt is not a solved problem. Forfeiting an innocent life is
unacceptable if it can possibly be avoided.
Therefore, life-without-parole should be used until such time as guilt can
be reliably determined.
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