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So basically you are saying everyone should be given one felony crime to commit and not do any jail time? This is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard.
Not at all. Reread the posts.
My gosh do people read and process what they read or pick out a few words and go with that?????
Can you elaborate on how the situations are different? Why does yor attacker deserve 40 years and you wanted him to get life, but these attackers deserve no jail time? Both were violent crimes and both are felonies. Also, you mentioned giving them a 2nd chance. It's now being mentioned that Eddie Williams may have committed this act while in high school. If true, this would be at least the 3rd time he's comitted this crime. He isn't a boy, he's a legal adult, does he deserve a 4th chance with no jail time?
Yes. He was a repeat offender and was out of prison one week on parole. Already stated this twice, you would have known that if you had taken the time the read the posts rather than just jump on the bandwagon.
Oh yea, I might want to mention the 7" blade on the hunting knife he used and the 3 operations that I had to have after the attack.
I said if they were first time offenders, I would like to go easy on them
I admitted I wasn't sure if any of them had s prior record.
Do you really want to be the guy who equalates rape to robbery?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by TideRollinginGA 17 months ago
Do you realize being hit so hard that you're knocked unconscious, it's very possible the student could have died from head trauma? It's pathetic for you to only refer to the incident as a "robbery". I bet when the kid finally woke up in a pool of his own blood, he felt he had been more than robbed.
I didn't equate rape to robbery. It wasn't just a robbery, it was a violent attack and a robbery. I was equating both events being violent attacks and both being felonies. If you had read my comments more clearly you would have understood that. Point is, if your attacker deserved 40 years (which I agree he did), then EWs attack was violent enough to deserve jail time of some sort. Jail time to the extent of a rapist? No. But to say he deserves no jail time is ridiculous.
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