On edit: To be more serious, the prosecution's expert diagnosed her with Borderline Personality Disorder. Those people like to seek attention. A death penalty sentence and all the attention that will come with it will give her what she wants. Give her life in prison, and you won't hear much from her anymore. I think the media is weird like that.
Last edited by Lanie; 05-09-2013 at 04:07 PM.
Last edited by ABC in Georgia; 05-09-2013 at 08:04 PM.
What am I saying? It's going to be the death penalty. I already know it. Menendez should just go up and present a picture of a kitty cat to discuss why Arias should be put to death. It'll work. lol.
I'll admit it. I don't like the death penalty. I think a person should be given every chance in the world to be redeemed so to speak. Executing them in an hour as some want wouldn't work for that. I also think some people prefer death over life once they're locked up. Why are we giving them what they prefer? Arias is a total attention whore. The DP will re-enforce her behavior.
Sure, you can take some sort of satisfaction from keeping them in prison forever. That is a reaction based solely upon the notion of wanting her to hurt for her crimes, which is directly in contravention of the entire intent of the "cruel and unusual" clause. It's not about you exacting your pound of flesh, and neither is the death penalty. It's about making sure that this person never commits a heinous crime again.
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