Free Man3 Wrote:
Jul 27, 2012 9:08 AM
Those who argue that all men are redeemable will not find an argument from me. What we may argue about is that redemption is a personal thing between the killer and his God, if he recognizes one. Pursuing his redemption is not a function of a sane judicial system. His personal redemption has nothing to do with societies’ obligation to punish wrong doing, bring justice for the victims, and protect itself from putting forward the idea that the ultimate crime does not assure the ultimate punishment.