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Showing posts with label capital_punishment. Show all posts
Showing posts with label capital_punishment. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

One Can't Blog About Everything; And I Try To Blog Every Day, So...

I'll try my best just to get a few sentences in. First, I agree with Geraldo Rivera that Paula Deen was entirely disingenuous. Second, the case of the Costa Concordia proves why Europe (including Italy) needs to bring back the death penalty. Third, I'm against SOPA and PIPA, and for the Fair Use Doctrine. Fourth (and in conclusion), I'm really busy because I have an orientation at UMBC tomorrow; and I'll be at UMBC virtually all day, and I'm stressed out about the orientation-- including the idea of having to be there all day, since I can't drive.

Anyway, there's my at-least-once-daily blogging entry. Just pray for me and for the orientation (and preferably the Rapture, especially in this meshuga 'olam), v'l'laila tov.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

What Women’s Prison Taught Me— Why the Death Penalty and Vigilante Justice Should Return

A woman sees a family friend molest her nephew, walks away to obtain a gun, and shoot her nephew’s molester. She sits in the Maryland Corrections Institution for Women in Jessup to serve a life sentence for first-degree murder. Another woman sits there for another offense; and at 27 years of age with three children of her own, she remembers when she was a child of 11 years of age. She remembers her 11th year particularly well because that’s when her mother began prostituting her off, injecting her with heroin, and sending her down a bad path.

What keeps a vigilante aunt who tried to protect her sister’s son and a pimped-by-her-mother junkie at the MCIJ in Jessup? Coker v. Georgia (1977) and Kennedy v. Louisiana (2008). A family and child defender becomes a murderer, and a pimp and drugging-her-child druggie gets left unprosecuted— and her daughter has to take the brunt of what her mother actually effected (not affected in this case, but effected) her to do.

As I stated on Geraldo Rivera’s Facebook page regarding Bernie Fine, the fired Syracuse coach, “We have a wonderful Supreme Court, don't we? (Sarcasm) "Coker" (1977) and "Kennedy" (2008) ruined any chance to put child rapists and general rapists to death, which is why our country's in huge trouble. There were actually morals— or so morals seemed to exist— once.”

Coker and Kennedy need to be overturned immediately. A woman needs to be able to protect her molested nephew and other potential one-time— as well as repeat— molestation victims. As for any mother who pimps off and drugs any child for any reason, she needs to meet the same fate as I and others say that Bernie Fine— and Bernie Fine’s wife, and not to mention Jerry Sandusky— should meet.

“Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes,  And prudent in their own sight! Woe to men mighty at drinking wine, Woe to men valiant for mixing intoxicating drink, Who justify the wicked for a bribe, And take away justice from the righteous man!”[1]

The Supreme Court will be judged for putting a loving aunt and a victimized girl in prison by way of implementation and sustainment of Coker and Kennedy— but sadly, so will Maryland and the rest of the United States, the “One Nation Under G-d”:

“Therefore you shall say to them, ‘Thus says the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel: “Drink, be drunk, and vomit! Fall and rise no more, because of the sword which I will send among you.”’ And it shall be, if they refuse to take the cup from your hand to drink, then you shall say to them, ‘Thus says the LORD of hosts: “You shall certainly drink! For behold, I begin to bring calamity on the city which is called by My name, and should you be utterly unpunished? You shall not be unpunished, for I will call for a sword on all the inhabitants of the earth,” says the LORD of hosts.’

“Therefore prophesy against them all these words, and say to them: ‘ The LORD will roar from on high, And utter His voice from His holy habitation; He will roar mightily against His fold.  He will give a shout, as those who tread the grapes, Against all the inhabitants of the earth.  A noise will come to the ends of the earth— For the LORD has a controversy with the nations; He will plead His case with all flesh. He will give those who are wicked to the sword,’ says the LORD.”[2]

[1] Isaiah 5:20-24 (New King James Version)
[2] Jeremiah 25:27-31 (NKJV)

Monday, November 21, 2011

The Statute of Limitations For Rape May've Expired for Natalie Wood, But Who Else Has Kirk Douglas Raped?

Back in his day, Kirk Douglas could've easily gotten the death penalty for rape, particularly child and adolescent rape. But then-16-year-old Natalie Wood was afraid to report him, and eventually went to her grave without doing so. But who else has Kirk Douglas raped in his day? He can't get the death penalty for any crimes after Coker v. Georgia (1977) and Kennedy v. Louisiana (2008), but ex-post facto applies only as it says that it does-- "ex-post facto-- after the fact". So once Coker and Kennedy came down, Douglas escaped the death penalty for any crime that he committed after each of the respective rulings were made. In other words, once the death penalty for rape was banned, it was banned for the here- or there-after.

But the question remains: since Kirk Douglas raped Natalie Wood and got away with it (before Coker and Kennedy), what did he do after Coker and Kennedy? And even since he got away with raping Natalie Wood, who else did he rape before Coker and Kennedy?

Since they can reopen the Natalie Wood drowning case, they can investigate Kirk Douglas to make sure that he hasn't done anything else since getting away with his own crimes against Natalie Wood-- and there's always probable cause to at least investigate someone who got away with rape once, no matter how long ago the statute of limitations on that particular rape expired.