Wednesday, January 11, 2012

What do you think?


WKen said...

I think that we, as a nation, find it very easy to give up on people.

The specifics of this case make it even more absurd that this is the punishment handed down. After years of being abused and raped, she killed the perpetrator. There's a long list of mitigating factors here. She's clearly not a hardened criminal in any sense.

As a Christian, the idea of declaring someone so bad as to be irredeemable is completely unacceptable to me.

Anonymous said...

Now i am not saying what was done was right: here is an observation:

She may have taken his life, but he was killing hers first. Isn't that concidered self defense?