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PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:04 am
by Leifar
Die PreuBen Kaiserreich wrote:
PaleoAmerica wrote:Agreed. It's amazing that some supporting ambassadors of this acted like rude know-it-alls, and this blew up in their face.

We got another one coming up. This better fail too. It's the same thing.

Yes, they wish for their ideals to come true because Capital Punishment is "ruthless".

But in some nations, it's the choice of the prosecuted.

PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:17 am
by Die PreuBen Kaiserreich
Leifar wrote:
Die PreuBen Kaiserreich wrote:We got another one coming up. This better fail too. It's the same thing.

Yes, they wish for their ideals to come true because Capital Punishment is "ruthless".

But in some nations, it's the choice of the prosecuted.

In ours, especially! We never give the death penalty unless requested by the defendant or if it is the accepted way of punishment by the defense, the prosecution, and the judge, or if they're a mass murderer.

PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:21 am
by Leifar
Die PreuBen Kaiserreich wrote:
Leifar wrote:Yes, they wish for their ideals to come true because Capital Punishment is "ruthless".

But in some nations, it's the choice of the prosecuted.

In ours, especially! We never give the death penalty unless requested by the defendant or if it is the accepted way of punishment by the defense, the prosecution, and the judge, or if they're a mass murderer.

Do we need to create a separate committee to defend the choice of rights?

PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:31 am
by Die PreuBen Kaiserreich
Leifar wrote:
Die PreuBen Kaiserreich wrote:In ours, especially! We never give the death penalty unless requested by the defendant or if it is the accepted way of punishment by the defense, the prosecution, and the judge, or if they're a mass murderer.

Do we need to create a separate committee to defend the choice of rights?

I mean, the second one is not as common as 1 or 3...