Brian D Williams wrote:
> From: Samantha Atkins <email@example.com>
> >>What about a murderer who is not a caring sentient person, but
> >>a monster, annoyed with being incarcerated for what he see's as
> >>something the victim deserved for rejecting him, and never
> >>showing the slightest remorse. (yes, this is from personnal
> >> You fail to address the issue of proper punishment.
> >A person of the type described is suffering from a possibly
> >curable mental condition, almost certainly curable a bit down the
> The person in the above case is a diagnosed sociopath, without any
> regard for his fellow man. It is too late for a cure, even if one
> existed, which it does not.
> If he was executed, with his individual molecules scattered to the
> most distant portions of the universe so that if in the event of a
> "Big Crunch" they were the last to be assembled, it would be too
> kind a fate.
> Clear enough?
It is clear there is no basis for real communication on this issue
between us at this time. You don't seem to be hearing me. Perhaps you
feel the same in reverse.
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