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#469 - 12/30/06 11:01 AM Events of today, triggers
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This is, I am not sure it belong here, I hope that if it is not to be here, it will be moved.

Today, it was so big in world events, and I wonder, if I am only one that it cause triggers to. Sadam Hussein was hanged. I do not know, politicaly, what to say on that, as I am starting to believe that politics is not something belonging here. So it is not me to say that was right or wrong thing to do. It is fact, is done. That is one evil person who will not be allowed to harm another person again.

As I am reading of this, I am thinking of the man who take me and abuse me off the street, who also abuse other persons, including another member here. I am thinking, of all the evil things he have done to us. And he is in prison, for ever, and who knows that he is not still causing harm in there to people. Even criminals, do not deserve what things this man do. He is, he need it seems attention. Now, he is speaking more, of other boys he killed. It is known he kill three boys that he take off the street, that is proved and so why he is in prison. Now he is telling people is more then thirty, and is getting more the attention, I guess as he do not have fear of prison now that already he is there. I keep thinking, if I could have identify him when what he done to me, how much people would not also been hurt? Including my friend? Prison, it is to good for this evil man.

I find myself wishing his death. Although even the hanging, it would be to good for him. And what it speaks of me, that I am wishing death to another human being? I talk of this some earlier, but still, I felt needing to just 'vent' of this I guess. It is been very emotional week, and this, it just hit me harder then I ever would think. Right now, it is as everything is trigger. This just is bigger one then some others I guess.

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#470 - 12/30/06 02:20 PM Re: Events of today, triggers
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Visha, revenge is not a thing I like to deal with.
You had the courage to put this beast in jail forever, so you saved many from his clutches.

There will be far more powerful men in prison, who will make him pay for what he did.
I hope he is in a Syberian Gulag, with no heat and little food.

Execution is too good for him, let him die in shame and lifelong punishment, because non of the other prisoners like people who do those things to innocent kids,

ste

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#471 - 12/30/06 05:29 PM Re: Events of today, triggers
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and they also say, that people who have harmed kids, have their stay in prison, made especially hard, by the other people in prison.

I dont believe in the death penalty.
It's like lowering yourself to that persons level. Also i don't believe in 'an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth' (if i remember correctly, lol).
And we're all persons. We can make mistakes. And then you've killed an innocent person.
Also it doesnot lower crimerates... So in my opinion there is really no reason for the death penalty.

I do understand your feelings though, visha.

Alexander

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#472 - 12/31/06 03:51 PM Re: Events of today, triggers
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Visha,

Your feelings towards Dr. S. are more than understandable. I have mixed feelings over the death penalty. Personally, I think it lets the bastards off too easy for the crimes they have committed against others. I think I would almost rather they rot away in prison and never know what freedom is for the rest of their lives.

Also, in the case of Dr. S., if they had executed him, then he wouldn't have the oppportunity to brag about all the other boys he killed. Those boys families deserve to know what happened to their sons. Let the bastard keep confessing. Not that I care an iota about his soul, but confession is good for the souls of those he killed.

You should forever be proud of yourself for the part you played in putting this perp away for life. I am extrememly proud of you and I assure you that the rest of the guys here are just as proud of you, Visha.


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#473 - 12/31/06 08:48 PM Re: Events of today, triggers
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Visha,

I truly believe there are people in this world who have allowed evil to so infest their lives that they deserve no more than death. Having said that, I think perhaps it degrades our own character and compassion to some extent if we sink to their level and put them to death, not that I would be offended say, if Dr. S. was hanged. It's a real quandary for me, and one I hope I never have to meet face on.

I too am very proud of you for the testimony you gave that helped put this guy away forever.

Lots of love and a big hug thrown in,

John

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#474 - 12/31/06 09:18 PM Re: Events of today, triggers
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#475 - 01/01/07 12:52 AM Re: Events of today, triggers
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never mind


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#476 - 01/01/07 06:13 AM Re: Events of today, triggers
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Nobbynobs, please do not think it, that I am 'gloating' at all. I think I did not make in the first post what my feelings of it happening are. I just chose to post of it, of what feelings it triggered inside of me. I feel that your response here, it is not appropriate to what it is I actually posted and wished advice and support about, and do not appreciate it, to feel attacked to share my feelings on something here, my feelings that bother me very much. If I had posted of this politically in 'Off topic', then I would think your response would have been more appropriate. But here, that that is all you see is right to say to me, who post of hurting and triggers, that is very much upset to me. Perhaps read again ALexey's 'Discussion board culture' post in 'Off topic'.

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#477 - 01/01/07 07:13 AM Re: Events of today, triggers
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Visha,

I believe Nobbynobs was just making a thought provoking comment on capital punishment and Saddam Hussein in general. I don't believe he was attacking you, are anyone for that matter.

I know that these past few days have been difficult for you. I wish you (and everyone) peace in this new year.

Recovery is Possible!

Brian

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#478 - 01/02/07 12:36 AM Re: Events of today, triggers
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whats wrong with wanting him dead? seems like a normal reaction to me .visha's perp i mean , i dont think its wrong to want them to die .visha you did not say you want to kill him ,only that you want him gone from this earth ,cant find a thing wrong with that at all! when i think about what they did to us i should be honest about how i feel even if its not pretty . would i kill my perp ,no ,i had the chance ,would i mourn his death? nope might even dance in the street ,declare a national holiday ,lol. visha it takes strength to be honest with yourself and with others ,thats one of the many things i respect about you. adam

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