GOOD: 76 years to life in state prison

GOOD: 76 years to life in state prison

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    Thumbs up GOOD: 76 years to life in state prison

    Been following this one for a while.

    http://www.10news.com/news/24782918/...medium=twitter

    SAN DIEGO -- A man who took part in a home-invasion robbery, in which he and another man raped a woman, robbed five people at gunpoint and threatened to set them on fire after dousing them with lighter fluid, was sentenced Friday to 76 years to life in state prison.
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    If we're all lucky, he'll do the Life part! What a waste of skin!
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    Only 76 years??? These bleeding heart Kalifornia judges.
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    76 years to life....that means he'll be back on the streets in about 5 years.

    These sentences should be handed down with no possibility of parole.
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    I have no problem with this dirtbag being able to apply for parole when he's 106.
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    I am glad they are off the streets. I hope they spend the rest of there lives in prison.

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    Hope they rot.
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    That is too light of a sentence, after subjecting the victims to the amount of torture they endured the criminals should be given the needle and end their oxygen wasting existence.
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    Glad he went away but California needs to ramp up the DP!

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    Gee, and people are opposed to the death penalty for this kind of filth?

    It's no wonder we are in so much trouble as a nation. Can anyone honestly tell me that this offender has any redeeming qualities? Why waste time and money incarcerating filth like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveH View Post
    Been following this one for a while.

    http://www.10news.com/news/24782918/...medium=twitter

    Why is this good? He and his cohort should have had their anatomy cut off, doused in fluid and set alight, and then been hung immediately following sentencing. That's the only GOOD outcome that should have happened here. As it stands...he'll be out in 20 or less to do his deed again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packinnova View Post
    Why is this good? He and his cohort should have had their anatomy cut off, doused in fluid and set alight, and then been hung immediately following sentencing. That's the only GOOD outcome that should have happened here. As it stands...he'll be out in 20 or less to do his deed again.
    Not great, but "good" in that they didn't get a light slap on the hand -- as happens far too often. I have no idea how their parole system works, but hopefully it will be for more than 20 years before they are on the street. Anyone here know what 74 years means there?

    As for cruel and unusual punishment, 8A hasn't been repealed, and I took an oath that I would support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same and than oath didn't mention a duration of have an expiration date.
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