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Missoui (sp) sentance to life in Prison

post #1 of 14
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I'm happy about that. Now, he doesn't get to be the martar he was hoping to be. Death would have given him what he wanted. With life in Prison, he's really getting the punishment he deserves.
post #2 of 14
I knew I would hear it here first! The TV station I have on is still getting ready to bring us the news.
post #3 of 14
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Originally Posted by Rockcat
I knew I would hear it here first! The TV station I have on is still getting ready to bring us the news.
They broke into one of the TV shows with a "Special Report". The news doesn't come on for hours, here in Los Angeles.
post #4 of 14
He's going to have it tough in prison. Is it right that he's in solitary 23 hrs a day? (I think I overheard that on the news). That will drive him bonkers.

I'm just worried that this will stir yet another reaction with the fundamentalist terrorists.
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Originally Posted by minxie
He's going to have it tough in prison. Is it right that he's in solitary 23 hrs a day? (I think I overheard that on the news). That will drive him bonkers.

I'm just worried that this will stir yet another reaction with the fundamentalist terrorists.
No matter what the sentence, it could have stirred another reaction from the terrorists.

I have to say that I'm OK with the sentence, and those who know me here know I am not against the death penalty. And oh goody - he's coming to Colorado for his sentence.
post #6 of 14
Good, no martyrdom for him. Good.
post #7 of 14
After hearing the news about his life sentence, I mailed him the new book, "Martydom For Dummies" published by "Religion of Peace Enterprises." It comes complete with 6 feet of rope, instruction manual, and a special chapter entitled "Ok, where are my 72 Virgins?"

Apparently, he will now have plenty of time to read it.
post #8 of 14
No matter what he got he would have done the same thing. Terrorist will still do what they are going to do regardless of what happens to him. I personally don't like to see our tax dollars supporting him, but I also don't see him lasting to long in prison. He's going to say something stupid and get himself hurt or even killed, and guess who people will blame for it... the government...It's a lose/lose situation for us.
post #9 of 14
I am glad to hear he got life. i am not against the death penalty by any means, in some cases I think its best. This was NOT one of those cases. Now he will rot in prision and not get to be the martyr he so wanted to be. I am just wondering what the other prisoners are going to do to him. They know what he has done to their country and they are already locked up so what have they got to lose by beating him to death?
post #10 of 14
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I think he's going to spend the majority of his time alone without much contact with other prisoners.

To be honest, after seeing the prison, and how it's set up, and the hours of total isolation he will spend, I think this will be worse than death. A person can go insane with all of those endless hours alone.
post #11 of 14
That is very true. The solitude will make him go crazy. I am guessing though that when he does get his hour time or whatever he gets they will be sure to make him be alone too. I jsut think that if any one of the prisoners gets any time with him it isn't going to be pretty.
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by eburgess
I also don't see him lasting to long in prison. He's going to say something stupid and get himself hurt or even killed, and guess who people will blame for it... the government...It's a lose/lose situation for us.
He's going to be in the Supermax facility with other terrorists like Rudolph, Reid, Yousef, Nichols, and the Unabomber. http://edition.cnn.com/video/player/...ax.prison.affl
post #13 of 14
We were talking about that this morning.

Since he's in solitary confinement he will not have any contact with ANYONE. The prison guards are not even allowed to talk to him.

Someone did mention that the Max should've welcomed him with 72 inmates and then thrown him into confinement.
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Originally Posted by sbw999
After hearing the news about his life sentence, I mailed him the new book, "Martydom For Dummies" published by "Religion of Peace Enterprises." It comes complete with 6 feet of rope, instruction manual, and a special chapter entitled "Ok, where are my 72 Virgins?"

Apparently, he will now have plenty of time to read it.
I found this to be a hilarious post.
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