Re: Rights

From: Michael S. Lorrey (
Date: Fri Oct 06 2000 - 09:39:14 MDT

"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
> "ankara" asks,
> > If Psychopaths are born and not made, can they be held responsible for
> > their crimes? Should children be screend for 'weird wiring'?
> If healthy people (non-psychopaths) kill pyschopaths, can they be held
> responsible for such murders -- or should they simply call it temporary
> psychopathology?
> Defendent: "I couldn't help it your Honor. I'm a psychopath."
> Judge: "I sentence you to death by hanging. I can't help it. I'm judicial."

Thats called homicide in the public interest. A murder is always a homicide, but
not every homicide is a murder.

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