Cruel & Unusual

Uh, yeah, are you sure, that this, is what that was? Or is it, just the convicted MURDERER’s way of delaying that NEEDLE or that GUNSHOT wound to HIS head, huh???

Someone had, brutally, MURDERED a young child, and because of the nature of his crime, the courts sentenced him to DEATH, by guns!

this is what’s considered as “cruel & unusual” by the definition of U.S. constitution, NOT my photo…

And so, he’d complained how the punishment was, cruel AND unusual (that’s Amendment EIGHT in the U.S. Constitution, by the way!!!), that he should have a chance, to turn his own life around, blah, blah, blah, plus, he was merely, following the order from that voice that he’d heard (here’s your insanity plea right there!!!).

But, is it, CRUEL OR UNUSUAL, that someone GETS the DEATH penalty, for MURDERING someone else’s child so heartlessly? And, where’s the RIGHTS of the victims and their families, to have justice SERVED, huh?

would this NOT be considered as “cruel AND unusual” too???  the perspectives of the victims!  Photo from online…

Cruel and unusual? You’ve GOT to be shitting me! You should’ve thought about how cruel and usual it would be, for a family, to lose their young child before you took that life! You should’ve considered how much HURT you were causing two families (your own, as well as your victim’s?), because they’d BOTH, lost someone they loved dear.

So, don’t tell me about cruel OR unusual, and yeah, maybe I’m cruel still (but I prefer to be “dubbed” as a HARSH realist!), but this is still not an “unusual” discussion here!

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About taurusingemini

All I have to say, I've already said it, and, let's just say, that I'm someone who's ENDURED through a TON of losses in my life, and I still made it to the very top of MY game here, TADA!!!
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