Criminal Justice

The Death Penalty, if properly administered, definitely would be a deterrent to crime. But we have two basic camps in this country. One wants to punish the offender with complete banishment from society. These anti-death penalty mobs consider the weapon as the murderer, not the person. They march in front of prisons whenever we lose one of those perverts or murderers, who have taken the life of an innocent victim. They would rather 'kill the guns, inert tools on their own, but dangerous in the hands of the corrupt. The Second Amendment is more dangerous to these liberal thinkers than an evil man.
Evil. You remember, God, eternally glorious v. Satan, the evil one. But even without these so called religious or spiritual convictions, natural law tells you that one who lies in wait to kill another man deserves to die. But we are now so enlightened, that these crooks get automatic appeals all the way up to the Supreme Court. This results in a Life sentence in front of the gallows, which has successfully been argued as cruel.

To fix this broken mentality, two easy steps are required. Elect common sense citizens to office and then expect them to use their common sense. This would go a long way toward simply asking the pertinent questions. Was a crime committed? Did someone die? These two must be answered affirmatively to even consider the death penalty. Once guilt is established, special treatment is not given for appellants. If that penalty is given, appeal with your reasons, like everyone else. Since no one can guarantee that the most educated will commit the crime, someone who may have streaks of ignorance laced throughout his personality may be given the death penalty.

Still, there remains the problem of the color of justice being green, as in dollars and cents. To take this out of the equation, all payments by any defendant must be held in escrow until his trial, investigation, arraignment and indictment or no bill is returned, or, in cases of a mistrial,...