(urth) This Week in Google Alerts: Home Fires
António Pedro Marques
entonio at gmail.com
Thu Apr 12 09:32:14 PDT 2012
Someone is serving a life sentence for whatever crime. Should they commit
murder there, they'd be put in solitary confinement. I'm supposing they
won't be able to commit any more crimes while in solitary confinement. I'm
also considering the confinement will be permanent. Until someone finds out
the individual had not commited those crimes after all.
Antonin Scriabin wrote (12-04-2012 17:25):
> Solitary confinement as punishment for the first murder perhaps?
> 2012/4/12 António Marques <entonio at gmail.com <mailto:entonio at gmail.com>>
> Dan'l Danehy-Oakes wrote (12-04-2012 17:09):
> I've stayed mostly out of this because I'm actually conflicted about
> the death penalty.
> I'm against it at a gut level, but ...
> What do you do with someone who is in jail for life and commits a
> brutal murder there? You can't exactly give him another life sentence.
> There's solitary confinement.
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