Aborton doctor killer's judge talks about "aggravating factor".

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Aborton doctor killer's judge talks about "aggravating factor".

This shit pisses me off. This judge, it looks like, is instructing the jury to throw the book at Scott Roeder . While he should have the book thrown at him, GET THE JUDGE'S REASON!

The "aggravating factor" according to the judge is that Roeder committed the murder in a church. His rational is that people expect to feel safe in a church.

NO SHIT SHERLOCK! Should I call that one into CNN? But they also expect to feel safe in their homes and at work and people get assaulted and murdered there too. Why should a church get special treatment? Just say, "It is wrong to lie in wait and you will be punished harsher for planning out a murder than if you simply lost your marbles suddenly".

 YOU DUMB ASS JUDGE! The "aggravating factor" is that he planned it ahead and lay in wait. Should the punishment be any less if he had shot him outside the clinic? Would the doctor be any less dead?

This judge is doing the right thing for the wrong reasons. This judge is giving special protection to religion instead of going by the COMMON LAW that no on wants their life taken from them.

What about cases where someone is robbed and murdered, or rapped and murdered? Are those victims any less special because they aren't murdered in a church?

The "aggravating factor" is that Roeder planned it out. Where someone is murdered is irrelevant to fact that someone planned their murder.

I guess if he had murdered an atheist at a meeting that would make "lie in wait" less of an "aggravating factor"

YOU FUCKWAD! This judge gets my "DUMB ASS OF THE WEEK"  award.

 

 

 

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oh yeah, it takes me at

oh yeah, it takes me at least 2 hours to get to work every day.  most of the time i spend huddled in church vestibules, peering out the razor-thin crack between the doors at the forbidding, ashy postapocalyptic city streets, my bulging eyes darting left and right as i try to work up the nerve to make a mad dash for the next church halfway up the block, the whole time holding my head down and muttering, "holy fucking shit, holy fucking shit, holy fucking shit..."  and it goes on and on.

i mean, think about it, if those fucking murderers can somehow enter holy ground now, what chance does the human race have?

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I just think the guys an

I just think the guys an idiot for killing in the name of god. If it had been based on his own priciples rather than the invisible man, I would have a bit more respect for him.

Of course the judge thinks killing around a church is worse, he is most likely a christian.

 

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iwbiek wrote:oh yeah, it

iwbiek wrote:

oh yeah, it takes me at least 2 hours to get to work every day.  most of the time i spend huddled in church vestibules, peering out the razor-thin crack between the doors at the forbidding, ashy postapocalyptic city streets, my bulging eyes darting left and right as i try to work up the nerve to make a mad dash for the next church halfway up the block, the whole time holding my head down and muttering, "holy fucking shit, holy fucking shit, holy fucking shit..."  and it goes on and on.

i mean, think about it, if those fucking murderers can somehow enter holy ground now, what chance does the human race have?

 

Rofl.

 

I agree though, it was a premeditated execution, who cares where it happened?  Why in the world would you need another reason to throw the book at him?

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So people are supposed to

So people are supposed to feel safe in church?

 

I guess that is why dr. Tiller wore a ballistic vest to church for 12 years before he was murdered.

 

Which brings up the question as to exactly why he was shot in the head. Did Roeder do it for no better reason than that he is a sick fuck? Or did he somehow find out that shooting Tiller in the chest would have been useless?

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So people are supposed to feel safe in church?

 

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