I didn't say that, not even close. The suspect knows, being 88, he is pretty much past the life expectancy and not much will be done with him anyway. Jail for the remainder of his natural life is a given. I doubt the death penalty will be requested, again, given his age.....
I say let the guy die naturally in the slammer.
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Reply 14, posted (5 years 11 months 13 hours ago) and read 3097 times:
Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 13): I didn't say that, not even close. The suspect knows, being 88, he is pretty much past the life expectancy and not much will be done with him anyway. Jail for the remainder of his natural life is a given. I doubt the death penalty will be requested, again, given his age.....
No death penalty in the District of Colombia so even a 28 year old wouldn't get the death penalty. So again, treat him as you would a 28 year old. Throw his ass in the slammer for the rest of his pathetic life.
KaiGywer From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 12302 posts, RR: 34
Reply 15, posted (5 years 11 months 12 hours ago) and read 2992 times:
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Quoting RussianJet (Reply 10): Agreed. Guns need to be kept away from the unbalanced in the population. In practice this will mean restricting their availability to all.
DC is one of the places in the country with the most restrictive gun laws....apparently they didn't work. Before one comes up with new laws for honest gun owners..how about enforcing the ones already on the books?
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Springbok747 From Australia, joined Nov 2004, 4387 posts, RR: 10
Reply 23, posted (5 years 11 months 9 hours ago) and read 2865 times:
What a sick old man. Hard to believe such people exist in this day and age. I was watching a program about the KKK and other such white supremacist groups on TV the other day and was dumbfounded to see such people still exist. I can only feel sorry for those sad individuals who don't have anything better to do with their lives than think somehow they're better than everyone else and go around preaching that hate.
RIP to the security guard, he died doing his job. But..how the hell did this idiot walk in unnoticed with a rifle?!
LTBEWR From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 13393 posts, RR: 16
Reply 24, posted (5 years 11 months 7 hours ago) and read 2880 times:
The Holocaust Museum is considered one of the biggest potential terrorist or right wing attack sites in the District of Columbia due to it's primary accent on the dominate proportion of Jews murdered during the Nazi WWII Holocaust. Homeland Security did a report that came out earlier this year that noted the higher risks of right wing domestic based groups and individuals at sites like the Holocaust Museum due to the election of Pres. Obama as a Black man as well as the more 'liberal' policies he is advocating.
This terrorist - that is what I call him - figured out the weaknesses of the security there and around it to make his point and kill someone. At 88 years old and probably with a bullet in him he won't last long. Then he can join the 9/11 terrorists in Hell.
: Looks like the perpetrator was a Holocaust Denier, 9/11 Truther (#9196 on http://www.justicefor911.org/signatures.php?page=92 ), Obama birther ( http:
: I specifically established that context because the 2nd amendment as written is absent of the knowledge of myriad externalities affecting the gun rig
: It's unfortanate that he did not let go of all that hate like former KKK member Elwin Wilson did. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvHQJUKoj4w
: I recall that several months ago, conservatives were up in arms about a report from Homeland Security which warned of rising right wing extremism...th
: Except this guy is no conservative..he hated the Bush's,the "neocons" as posted earlier thought 9/11 was a hoax ...sounds like some of our members he
: I'm not talking about the shooter at the museum being a conservative...I'm talking about the conservative politicians and pundits on TV who reacted s
: There are many extremest groups..and they may be right but again this guy was no right-winger,I woul more connect him with the preachings of The "rev
: That's valid enough , they should be monitored. But meanwhile they call Islamic terrorism ... "man made catastrophe". Its seems to be easier for them
: I fully agree. So what would be the problem, then, with prohibiting the sale of such "full auto" weapons? None of the hunters that I know felt that t
: They have been highly resticted in the US since the 1932 gun control act. If you want one you are looking at low 5 figures to start. I know a guy who
: As I said earlier, this guy's ideology is far more insidious than any religion. Anti-Semitism makes for the strangest bedfellows you can imagine. Con
: Reverend Wright is a military vet that is a leader of a large Church congregation that is open to all. He has never attempted murder, never advocated
: So explain why there has been an increase since Obama has been President? He isn't the first, nor the last Democrat president. Don't pretend it's his
: I fail to see how the ACLU has anything to do with this situation since they are not involved.
: Huh? Alcatraz is a major tourist attraction here in San Francisco. Alcatraz also has some of the best views of a the city. I wouldn't want this Nazi
: Maybe we should get some Gitmo detainees to work there. I don't know if there really is an increase or not. The media may be jumping on it more than
: I was referring to the increase in membership and activity by white supremest organizations. Not talking about the usual chatter in the mainstream me
: No, your post was just ludicrous and baseless. That's all. Seriously, this dude believed that GWB and neo-cons planned 9/11, and he called Christiani
: When the economy is bad membership in that kind of thing usually increases. During the depression of the 1930s there was a lot of action going on in
: ..and yours' wasn't? I must have really touched a nerve with you. You are correct. I was simply pointing something out to my friend Falstaff about th
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