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Wednesday, May 03, 2006

There's Just Some Folks That Need Some Killin

And they won't get their just desserts, not yet anyway.....

Well, well, we ought to have seen this coming. Death verdicts are usually quick. Zaccharias Moussoui must have touched a few hearts. Well, I hope those stupid jurors can live with themselves, if this F-wad ever escapes prison and reaks more havoc on us.

Moussoui gets life....

Now whom can we thank for this little miscarriage of justice?
Zac's lawyers of course.
But let's not forget the PC BS movement.
These pacifist so-called better Christian than you types.
The fearful of a terrorist backlash types.
The cowards
The mooselimb lobbyists,

and let us not forget the dimbulbs on the bench, sorry, the Judges.

Good luck America..... Better hope God's wrath is quick for this pondscum.


  • At 10:46 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the jurors needed to unanimously agree that he should get sentenced to death for it to happen.

    So do you really think that our country is so bland that death could have possibly been awarded?

    In fact, if random selection were actually random and statistics held true, you'd think there'd have be 6 people on the jury against the death penalty.

    To sumarize: America represents diversity. Diversity means some support the death penalty, some don't. A jury is comprised of a filtered, but otherwise random selection of 12 Americans. I don't think it would have made sense if everyone agreed on such a heated issue as death.

  • At 7:44 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Kevin, you don't think they caved to this guy, because of his religion and race? The jury that offered up Tim McVeigh had no compunction about him being killed, of course the courts did the same to Tookie.

    Someone said, "w-well we deprived him of his martyrdom." Moussoui was never a martyr. A martyr is usually someone who dies or sacrifices themselves for a just cause. I didn't read many classical studies that involved martyrs taunting witnesses and survivors and victims of 9-11.

    Sorry, he needs to die. Let's hope he shares a cell with Adebesi from Oz.... Not likely.

    Although, the prison, is a Federal SUPERMAX, and if there is a riot, the federal government gives the guards an hour to quell rebellion. If not, get all of your staff and innocent and less violent prisoners out, and wait for a USAF jet from Colorado Springs or somewhere to drop a bomb on it.

    The prisoners there are not purse snatchers or poor victims, these are vicious killers. Kind of like OZ, minus the narrator in the wheelchair or Schillinger, or Schibetta or Reilly or anyone else.

  • At 10:56 PM, Blogger tw111 said…

    It's not the strength of the prison that concerns me, but the strength or lack of it of resolve by the president at the time if Al Q'and Company issues an ultimatum: release him (and others) or we detonate a suitcase nuke and/or unleash hordes of suicide bombers.

  • At 12:01 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Valid point.

    Though it shouldn't rely much on the president there. Don't we have that policy 'no negotiating with terrorists'?

    So while the ultimateum would still be an unpleasant thought, it shouldn't take any strength of character (thankfully) from the President to respond.


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