Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Death Penalty and Murders at Minnesota School

Has anyone else noticed that the young murderer, who committed suicide, would not have been subject to the death penalty? After all, he was too young to appreciate the wrongfulness of his murder spree. Or perhaps he did. Could that be why he inflicted the death penalty on himself?

Maybe, just maybe, as a result of this outrage, we can sense standards of decency evolving in favor of the death penalty for minors like this one? Do you feel the evolution, Justice Kennedy?


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