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Something that is bothering me…

While A LOT of things are bothering me right now, the number one this is how the media is describing James Holmes.

Obviously you are aware of the tragedy that took place at an Aurora Theater early Friday morning. A deranged and sick person open fired on a theater at the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises killing 12 people and injuring 58 other’s. Then he surrendered without struggling, still dressed from head to toe in tactical gear. He then told police is apartment was rigged to blow. And the media keeps saying “the man suspected of killing 12 people and injuring 58 others.” HE IS NOT A SUSPECT, HE IS A MURDERER. We do not need to be coddling him, and avoiding the fact that he KILLED 12 PEOPLE, and injured 58 others! I do not care what is ‘politically correct’, or that he may be ‘insane’, or any other reason for insisting upon calling him a suspect. He is not a suspect. He did it. He is a murderer. He needs to be put to death and removed from this beautiful world in which he has caused such pain and suffering for so many people. We do not need to spend our tax dollars collecting evidence, feeding him, keeping him in our jails, determining whether he is insane or not, we need to hang him at high noon. The pain he has caused so many people for absolutely no reason is unforgivable, he needs to burn, and he needs to burn in the very near future.

I think the media needs to stop being soft on these people and describe Holmes as what he is, a murderer and not a suspect.

Side note: Capitol punishment is always a debate that I like to hear both sides of. Personally, I am all for it. I have absolutely no sympathy or patience for sicko’s like this. We do not need to waste our time and money keeping men like James Holmes alive. We need to remove them from society. I would much prefer to leave his fate up to his Maker, and I’d like Holmes to meet Him as quickly as possible. Give me your opinion’s.

  1. paul
    July 23, 2012 at 8:23 pm

    Capital punishment so long as guilt is 100% evident as in this case. When a full jury trial is in order there always seems to some smidgen of reasonable doubt so capital punishment is always risky. With so much technology available such as DNA testing and the like it is getting better but a verdict by a jury of peers is often times based on opinion as well.

    By the way, being called a ‘suspect’ or having been accused of an ‘alleged’ crime is suitable until proven guilty.

  2. July 23, 2012 at 8:27 pm

    He is proven guilty as far as I am concerned. What sort of evidence do they need to gather at this point? He did it. End of story. Death penalty. Our justice system is so stupid, I mean, he did it! What else do they need? He also tried to kill police officer’s by rigging his apartment! Something he ADMITTED to doing. He’s not a suspect, he’s a murderer and an attempted murderer. Leave his fate up to a higher power at this point.

  3. paul
    July 23, 2012 at 8:34 pm

    I didn’t disagree. Certainly in this case he did it. It is too bad we have to spend millions on lawyers and court time and evidence gathering and jail time and so on, but its our system. The play field needs to be level for all. This is the US.

  4. July 23, 2012 at 8:45 pm

    I agree, but unfortunately the playing field is not level. Last week Andrew Scott was killed when he answered the door at 2 in the morning because police THOUGHT a murder suspect lived there. Andrew answered the door with his gun in his hand because the officers failed to identify themselves as cops and they killed him instantly. Holmes not only had three weapons on him, he had just shot 70 people and the police officers just arrested him. Makes no sense to me. An innocent man shot and killed in his own home because he was prepared to defend himself, and the next week some psycho shoots up a theater and now we’re going to keep him alive and feed him and let him plead insanity and he will never face the justice he deserves. Fair and level, nope. Maybe we should start leaving the fate of murderer’s up to the families of the victim’s. That seems fair to me!

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