Does life in prison without the possibility of parole not bring “justice”? | Letters – Arkansas News

Does life in prison without the possibility of parole not bring “justice”? | Letters – Arkansas News

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In response to an Arkansas Blog post reporting that Sen. Trent Garner (R-El Dorado) would not attempt to override Governor Hutchinson’s veto of Garner’s bill to criminalize “mass picketing”:

Garner’s got so many anger issues, I’m surprised he could speak. Next year he’ll be armed and won’t have to speak.

JJ

In response to an Arkansas Blog post reporting that the U.S. Supreme Court denied the state’s motion to lift the state Supreme Court’s stay on the execution of Don Davis:

Cato earlier posted that the victims’ families were not being remembered properly. I don’t see how you can say that for Gov. Asa [Governor Hutchinson] and Ms. Leslie [Attorney General Leslie Rutledge].

From their remarks, you would think that the death penalty’s entire existence is to bring “justice” to the victims’ families.

Does life in prison without the possibility of parole not bring “justice”?

Is it the responsibility of the state to bring “justice” to families? Or bring “justice” to society?

I would never claim that any of these murderers is innocent. But neither are we if we have to kill them to find “justice.”

Perplexed

Do y’all think that an execution would be a panty-flinging occasion for Miz Rutledge? It seems that the final flutter of the condemned’s eyelids might make her eyes roll back in her head and she might not be able to control herself.

Rutrow

In response to the Arkansas Blog’s videotape of the angry anonymous man in the red Trump T-shirt excoriating efforts to block the executions scheduled by Governor Hutchinson:

Is there anyone out there who…

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