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Old 05-12-2006, 01:42 AM   #16
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Legalities aside, I think I could buy the community service thing. With all we complain about the overcrowding of prisons and taxes and such, why not let someone who is responsible for an accident who is truly sorry do something GOOD for a change, rather than waste time and money sitting in a jail cell?
I'm inclined to agree, true he should receive punishment for doing something so dangerously stupid which cost 100 lives to be lost...........but still it probably never ever crossed his mind his actions at the time would lead to what happened....he doesn't deserve to be reviled as a monster.....

I agree with the length of the sentence though....knowing the deaths of those people because of his stupid actions is a life sentence in itself....personally I kinda feel sorry for the guy.
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Zacarias Moussaoui gets life and he killed nobody.
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Old 05-12-2006, 04:36 AM   #18
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Legalities aside, I think I could buy the community service thing. With all we complain about the overcrowding of prisons and taxes and such, why not let someone who is responsible for an accident who is truly sorry do something GOOD for a change, rather than waste time and money sitting in a jail cell?
Yeah, I really don't think this guy is going to be a threat to society. But considering the high emotions of many of the relatives he might very well be safer in prison for a year or so, as awful as that sounds.
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