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Inri_Inri said...

Mr. BEN BRYCHTA would you have complained at all if the story from over 2,000 miles away was about a criminal having beaten a man to death? If the "thug" had been just an average citizen who committed such an act against a fellow citizen you'd be outraged no matter where the cime happened. You should equally be outraged when the crime is committed by supposedly well trained officers who've taken an oath to uphold the law. Otherwise, you're a hypocrit to the max!

Furthermore, you have cops committing crimes on par with and exceeding those being committed by street thugs. That doctor's oath, "First heal thyself" should especially apply to law enforcement officers. Perhaps even more so since they come into contact with citizens on a regular basis.

September 23, 2011 at 9:34 p.m.
Inri_Inri said...

He has been both a backup executioner, preparing the drugs beforehand, and the administrator of the injection.

This is disturbing. I once read somewhere drugs to execute an inmate are sometimes chilled to an abnormally high cooling point by the preparer{s} before injecting it into the condemned person's vein in order to bring about an excruating headache and added punishment for their crime, and where they might scream out "OH GOD!" It's supposedly a little known not so secret secret.

September 23, 2011 at 9:30 p.m.
Inri_Inri said...

TO: mtngrl

____*THANK YOU*_____

Such words of inspiration! Such words of peace. Again, Thank YOU!!

September 22, 2011 at 11:53 a.m.
Inri_Inri said...

conservative said...

Now instead of life everlasting he has received everlasting hell!

No one can really predict who is or isn't in hell. Remember Hitler could be in heaven and the Pope could be in hell. And if Georgia knowingly executed an innocent man for a crime he did not commit, then those who partook have condemned their own souls and the soul of the deceased.

September 22, 2011 at 11:48 a.m.
Inri_Inri said...

tnvols, he'd have lost the appeal even if Jesus Christ had returned to earth long enough to Georgia they were about to execute an innocent man. The story is never over when a civilized nation such as America knowingly executes an individual for a crime they did not commit.

Executions and traveling the globe to start wars remain the lowest in humanity of nations such as America that calls itself a civilized and HUMANE society.

September 22, 2011 at 11:19 a.m.
Inri_Inri said...

tnvolssuckbad said... No, if it was a white guy that killed a black cop THEN IT WOULD BE A HATE CRIME. That's how this bass-ackwards country of ours is run. A Black can kill a White and it's No biggie, buuuttttt don't go and let a White kill a Black, cause that sho is a hate crime.. Stupid hypocrites. Here's a quote for you all,"An Eye for an Eye"..

That's not true. That's your interpertation of truth. Just any crime that crosses racial lines doesn't alone make the crime a hate crime. It's when the crime was specifically committed against another person because of his/her race, ethnicity, natural origin, religion and/or sexual preference. If your going to make simple minded statements please do everyone a favor and just refrain from making any statements at all.

As for that eye for an eye most southern "christians" like to quote. According to a Rabbi that quote has been misinterpreted too. According to him, the eye for an eye was meant for monetary compensation and NOT to avenge by taking a life because a life has been taken, or taking a limb because a limb has been taken, or sight or hearing and so on. But you "southerners" have always manipulated the Bible to suit your purpose.

September 21, 2011 at 6:42 p.m.
Inri_Inri said...

Did they tell you the original witnesses who have now recanted stated they'd been coerced and threaten by police to finger Troy Davis? That more than one individual who were not allowed or asked to testify gave the name of another individual who allegedly admitted to killing Officer McPhail? That there's no evidence NONE tying Troy Davis to the crime? No weapon was ever recovered? Yes Georgia, like Texas and so many other states have done, is set to execute another innocent victim.

A Chinese philosopher once stated about America: A nation that allows lynching cannot truly call itself a "Christian" nation.. Being all inclusive a nation that would allow an innocent man to be executed for a crime he obviously did not commit, again, cannot truly call itself a "Christian" nation.__

InriInri_IT IS DONE!!

September 21, 2011 at 2:40 p.m.
Inri_Inri said...

So according to rolando and boo it's alright to commit murder by executing a potentially innocent man just because? Inri_Inri.........IT IS DONE.

September 21, 2011 at 2:26 p.m.
Inri_Inri said...

---If Jesus was against the death penalty he would not have allowed himself to be crucified

Typical southern "bible-belt" logic.

Executing an innocent man for a crime he did not commit places the blood on the hands the family members wishing for the execution and those who OK the execution. The execution of an innocent person for a crime he didn't commit also throws the soul of the murder victim into limbo and a forever purgatory between death and judgment.

September 21, 2011 at 11:09 a.m.

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