Straight Angle™: Dhananjoy- Is THIS Correct?
Sunday, August 15, 2004

Dhananjoy- Is THIS Correct? 

Is This correct? To me atleast this seemed like a correct step, but that decision was arrived at on with the newspaper reports. But can I trust the reports? What if he had been a really innocent guy as he had claimed? What if the situational evidences were just against him and they are not true? Will a later revelation give his life back?.I think Capital Punishment isnt the right way to go. But also think of this- what if he had really done such a henious crime.Then will not leaving him scotfree with jus a 14 year sentence embolten others. He had already spent 14 years in Jail. If the Supreme court had pardoned him, then he would have come out of the prison. That will only add onto the criminals. I Dont know if this is right, but on second thought I still beleive Capital Punishment should be banned.If need be they can give 150 years non-pardonable punishment.- Not Death.


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