Thursday, May 04, 2006

Zacarias Moussaoui... Might As Well
I've not really been wanting to comment on the Zacarias Moussaoui case, but I might as well toss some musings out there since it's apparently the big issue today. What it boils down to is that the jury was inconsistent in their reasoning. Personally, I am opposed to the death penalty under most circumstances. This case presented us with perhaps the most justifiable reason to rule in favor of death in American history. I could care less what happens to Moussaoui, whose name is a burden to type. What I hope happens now, however, is that he is not specifically "protected" while in prison and is sent to a harsh federal penitentiary. If these things fall as they should, Moussaoui's (ahhh, thank goodness for ctrl-c/ctrl-v) fellow inmates will welcome him as they would a child molester, murderer, or rapist. This means until he has parted with this world, his life should be a living Hell. The verdict is disappointing, yet in some ways fitting and gratifying.

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