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Posted: 04 May 2010 at 10:14am | IP Logged
Originally posted by krystal_watz

@ above:
 
so what is your final verdict? kill or let?


It is evident in the text. You can draw your own conclusions.

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Posted: 04 May 2010 at 10:17am | IP Logged
hang this a** h** to death Censored
oh wait..he can die easily..after taking 100s of lives
cut him unto 1000000000000 pieces Dead



Edited by nisha80 - 04 May 2010 at 10:21am

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I have no sympathy for terrorists. The reasons behind them acting such may be varied and justifiable, I still don't think we should have much regard for one person's life for whom millions of others doesn't even count!

But on the other hand, from what I've read, it seems it makes pretty much no difference to them or certainly not to those behind it all. The brain behind all these schemes just never gets punished and dies naturally.

For me, true victory would be when that brain would be torn from its neurotic roots and thrown away. Then, we would be a step closer in eradicating terrorism!

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Posted: 04 May 2010 at 10:22am | IP Logged
i agree with jetty....confine them to....
 
umm...Guantanamo??

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Posted: 04 May 2010 at 10:23am | IP Logged
Originally posted by krystal_watz

@ above:
 
so what is your final verdict? kill or let?
Khooni ko phansi milna chahiye lekin death is too good a punishment for him.
 
 
How about boil him in oil?LOL
Since it would be illegal to boil or cook him, he could be given 1,000 lashes as well and hung by a tree without being killed.
 

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Posted: 04 May 2010 at 10:37am | IP Logged
ACP to Kasab
 
"itne saare logon ke khoon karne ke baad bhi yeh hans raha hai! kehta hai ki isse koi pachtawa nehi! Aur ab shayad kabhi ho bhi na, kyunki tumhari phansi to ab pakki hai, PAKKI"


Edited by krystal_watz - 04 May 2010 at 10:42am

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Posted: 04 May 2010 at 10:42am | IP Logged
Originally posted by return_to_hades

I saw part of the McVeigh tapes when they were released. From what little I saw it was a fascinating exploration of the psyche of sociopath. There was a lot more information on how he thought, how he functioned, how he behaved, how he planned that was not known before. For ordinary people it is too much ado about a man who should have been killed right away. For criminal investigators, especially terrorist interrogators it was a bigger step towards learning how to fine tune their fight against terror.

 

The chilling thing about McVeigh is that he had no remorse or fear. No matter what he still thought of himself as an American hero and that his death was not punishment but honorable martyrdom. That is the problem with terrorists. We say death penalty because for ordinary people like us who value and respect all human life ' death is a punishment. We think by putting terrorists to death we are giving them the ultimate punishment and are sending a strong signal.

 

The problem is terrorists do not think like us. A person who risks their life to harm others obviously have no regard for life. Those who will callously kill children and innocents as collateral really do not value life the way we do. Death is not punishment to them. Its just an occupational hazard. While we think we are sending a strong message, there are people out their being ingrained with the thought of honorable martyrdom and dying for a cause ' and having refreshed enthusiasm for terror.

 

When we think of long term benefits for society, whats more valuable than a dead terrorist ' a live terrorist in secure responsible custody. What is more punishment to terrorists than dying for honor ' being broken and used against their own cause. Terrorists may not break and reveal much immediately ' but the longer they are in custody ' the longer they have to endure the lack of freedom and normal human dignity ' the more likely they are to break. The longer we observe and study them the more likely we are to know more about their psychology as well as their organization and sources ' so in the future we better know their breaking pressure points and how better to reach the masterminds.

 

No I honestly have no sympathy for terrorists or feel some noble need to save them. Their life has no value to me, so if killing is what people want ' then killing them it is. I just think death is too kind for sociopaths. Why not make use of them, make the most of what we have ' and make them live a life on our terms where they may pray for death. Also death sentence for terrorists would be nicer if we could go all medieval ' you know impalement, boiling and all that jazz.



 True this should be given some thought.
 
  But i doubt whether we will be able to get much information from the likes of Kazab. Kazab was a thug who involved in petty crimes before joining the terrorist organisation. Many such people join such organisations for money, drugs and all probably than for ideological reasons. These people maynot know much about the organisation  as a whole, the top ones in the hierarchy, government's relation with the organisation, it's true goals(it  neednot be just religion or ideology or so) . Maybe It is all  hidden from many of such lowest level recruits or maybe they will be falsely informed.


Edited by pogo - 07 May 2010 at 12:36am

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