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    Should the terrorist who is being tried in America be executed, the only guy being tried for the 9/11 attacks, don't know his name? I say yes.
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    Zacarias Moussaoui
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/4906572.stm
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    yes, and they should torture him for a while first.
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    I don't think we should torture him. I think that would lead to more terrorism, making a martyr of him.
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    I thought he was cleared by the American administration lol. Maybe the FBI are lying when they said they couldn’t of prevented 9/11 even if they he had told them what he knew.
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    No. I am against the death penalty on principle and this case is no different.
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    (Original post by cubanarmy)
    Should the terrorist who is being tried in America be executed, the only guy being tried for the 9/11 attacks, don't know his name? I say yes.
    What is the charge? First degree murder?
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    Yes it sends out a message of resolve. Timothy McVeigh was executed so why not Muslim extremists? The 'shoe bomber' should have been exectued years ago, the people on that plane must have been scared stiff.
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    (Original post by yawn)
    What is the charge? First degree murder?
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4471019.stm

    http://www.usdoj.gov/ag/moussaouiindictment.htm
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    where did my post go?
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    Has execution ever being used in the US for any crime other than first degree murder before?
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    (Original post by yawn)
    Has execution ever being used in the US for any crime other than first degree murder before?

    Yes, kidnapping I think. And possibly treason.
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    (Original post by yawn)
    Has execution ever being used in the US for any crime other than first degree murder before?

    Yes, kidnapping I think. And possibly treason.
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    (Original post by yawn)
    Has execution ever being used in the US for any crime other than first degree murder before?
    The Rosenbergs were excuted for passing details of the American nuclear program to the Soviet Union.
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    Should he be executed. No.

    It would do more harm than good.

    The world is safer with him locked up for the rest of his natural life, not with his execution.

    Revenge should take a back seat to future safety.
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    He admitted six charges of conspiracy:
    - To commit acts of terrorism
    - To use weapons of mass destruction
    - To destroy aircraft
    - To commit aircraft piracy
    - To murder US employees
    - To destroy property

    Hell yh give the guy the death penalty i would have chucked the ****** in a pit full of lions and happily watched him being eaten. I love the fact that the US still has the death penalty even though its just an injection probably i would love to get front row tickets and watch him die.
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    (Original post by Lawz-)
    Should he be executed. No.

    It would do more harm than good.

    The world is safer with him locked up for the rest of his natural life, not with his execution.

    Revenge should take a back seat to future safety.
    You make it sound like anyone will really care about the death of a failed low-level terrorist.
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    Solitary confinement forever. Don't let him enjoy his virgins in heaven :p:
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    Boil the ****er until dead I say.
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    (Original post by Amon.)
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    where did my post go?
    It was deleted because I reported it - basically don't post inflammatory bile and your posts will remain where you left them.
 
 
 
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