Update on "Sometimes compliance doesn't work"

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    Update on "Sometimes compliance doesn't work"

    This is the kid that shot two separate convenience store clerks in Central Iowa a while back.

    This is his first of the two trials. Defense rested today.

    http://thegazette.com/2011/06/23/>Story<

    Apparently, This one was born a sociopath, or whatever he is... problems since 11 years old.

    original post From Nov, 2010: Bad: compliance doesn't work.
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    Lock him up, throw away the key and don't come back to feed him.
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    Some people are just evil.
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    OK, he has already killed and he will never be able to function in normal society and always be a lethal threat.

    He should die.
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    Does Minnesota have an Express Lane on death row??

    He should get to go to the front of the line!

    That is one sick puppy and we don't need him on this planet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paaiyan View Post
    Lock him up, throw away the key and don't come back to feed him.




    ^^^^^UMMM^^^^^^^^^^^^^


    Yeah.
    Like , Yesterday man.

    Based on the following taken from the article;



    Taylor said Swanson told him the slayings have been brewing inside his head since he was 13. Swanson said his original plan was to wait until he was 18 and kill his parents, because those were the first two people he wanted to kill, Taylor said.
    “I have always been fascinated by death and violence, and it was something I wanted to do — murder, rape and cannibalism,” Taylor said Swanson told him.
    Swanson told Taylor that he explained to his mother that killing someone was like tossing a bucket of water on someone just before they jump in a swimming people: They were going to get wet anyway, Taylor testified.
    “From Mr. Swanson’s perspective, people are going to die anyway,” Taylor said. “What difference does it make whether they die when they’re 77, or if he shoots them.”
    Closing arguments were scheduled for Thursday afternoon.

    On Wednesday, Kathleen Swanson testified that in 2004 a psychiatrist told her that her son should be removed from society.

    “Your son needs to be locked up, and there isn’t anything more I can help you with,” she said. Her son was 11 at the time.
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    There is evil in this world. It is sad to say, some just need to be isolated/removed to keep them from acting on their desires.

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    On Wednesday, Kathleen Swanson testified that in 2004 a psychiatrist told her that her son should be removed from society.

    I agree..., but with lead, not with the injustice system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oneshot View Post
    Swanson told Taylor that he explained to his mother that killing someone was like tossing a bucket of water on someone just before they jump in a swimming people: They were going to get wet anyway, Taylor testified.
    “From Mr. Swanson’s perspective, people are going to die anyway,” Taylor said. “What difference does it make whether they die when they’re 77, or if he shoots them.”
    Closing arguments were scheduled for Thursday afternoon.
    So would he like to follow that logic and volunteer for the death penalty? I vote the chair.
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    he owes society.....actually his debt should have followed by the anniversary of his 1st murder

    for that which can not be restored to his 1st victim payment is rendered by his giving back to others life.

    its called organ donation

    and its done for the benefit of the many--start with a kidney, half a liver, and as needed: heart lung package deal, skin for burn victims...
    somewhere along the way the no-good sob's life will become untenable and anything not worthy of assisting more humans should be planted deep in a land fill.

    up side is many--
    many lives saved
    more room and less costs associated with other prisoners cause
    there will be fewer of them as the trickle down punishment for violent crimes
    were the injured survived would still be paid by a kidney, part of a liver...and so on.
    and as they will be busy recovering from their numerous surgeries, ain't likely they will feel like fighting
    or making much trouble.
    did i mention they need a HSE degree before they can go free without regard to their sentence.
    knowledge is power and we want them to have some book smarts even if it takes them the rest of their lives.

    recidivism will be near -0- after the initial generation err....dies off

    anyone up for an idea how to reduce car theft by 80% in 6 months?

    think thief with 35 feet of chain welded to a garbage truck for 1 year and the
    trucks route happens to be his neighborhood. im sure him and his friends and family will enjoy seeing ( however briefly) each other once a week. work with it,eat with it, sleep with it and remember to study...freedom comes in 1 year or after you have your HSE degree.
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    The world has always been weird. Increasing population densities, increasing individual anonymity and the speed of modern information networks just mean it has more of an opportunity to show itself and further, actually be observed by people everywhere.
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