Death Penalty

Austin James
Austin James

Is it possible to have the death penalty with a 0% wrongful conviction rate?

theguardian.com/world/2014/apr/28/death-penalty-study-4-percent-defendants-innocent
scientificamerican.com/article/many-prisoners-on-death-row-are-wrongfully-convicted/

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Justin Gutierrez
Justin Gutierrez

Is it possible to have the death penalty with a 0% wrongful conviction rate?
No.

James Reyes
James Reyes

Yes, it's possible if you only have a death penalty for the bourgeoisie.

Austin Jenkins
Austin Jenkins

There is nothing wrong with the death penalty

Wyatt Russell
Wyatt Russell

So because they have more money than you, they deserve to die?
(Yes.)

Christopher Thompson
Christopher Thompson

????

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Gavin Peterson
Gavin Peterson

OH shit dude how did u guess what I was thinking woah dude you're in my fucking head man oh Jesus crisht I've been owned by my own logic fuck everything I believed is a lie

Joseph Brown
Joseph Brown

Yeah, if you live in a society of no more than a 100 people maybe. Otherwise the answer is a resounding no. There's nothing wrong with killing in principle, there's quite a few people I'd personally like to see dead. But there's no way to get rid of them all without resorting to the most inefficient tool man has ever created: state violence.

In some countries, the killing of thousands or tens of thousands (30-40k is pushing it) annually can be an effective way to secure our hold in power in the first few years of socialism. Any more, or any longer than that, and the revolution is fucked.

Grayson Diaz
Grayson Diaz

Capitalists/bourgeoisie aren't "rich people." They're people who get their income from owning property. Business owners, landlords, stockholders, etc. You can be a rich proletarian or a poor bourgeoisie. It's not about your personal wealth. It's about your relationship to the production process.

Ian Nelson
Ian Nelson

You can be a rich proletarian or a poor bourgeoisie
Oh look another illiterate pseudo-Marxist who's probably unaware that Marx used the term "middle-class" more than once. You are seriously braindead if you think millionaires are in the same social strata as miners. A class is a class because it's members act as one in society, dumbass.

Ethan Lewis
Ethan Lewis

yes, conventional death penalty is for the most part used only for murder crimes and it requires that there is solid evidence that the person did it with full will and with cold blood and that the person has no serious mental issues.
this narrows it down to paid killers and people like pic related.
however in a revolution other than obvious porkys like bezos it is hard to know who manipulated his way into rich and who got rich the rightful way and stayed on it.
not like all of them will kill themselves once they get collectivized lol

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Ethan Robinson
Ethan Robinson

lol how did Brevik not have serious mental issues.

The death penalty has no place in a just society. Revolutions aren't just so do whatever you have to then, but it shouldn't be in place permanently.

Jordan Wilson
Jordan Wilson

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Ethan Cruz
Ethan Cruz

It doesn't matter whether private-property owners "deserve" to die. What only matters is the practicality of the situation, and in which case giving them a humane death is the quickest way to get through a period of likely intense suffering.

Brayden Sanchez
Brayden Sanchez

this
yes

Dominic Long
Dominic Long

It could be possible if you live in a nation where almost no one gets convicted and only super specific crimes get the death penalty. But for example in the case of something like the Great Purge, where ~680,000 people were executed it's impossible.

Logan Parker
Logan Parker

Yes, that could easily be accomplished by only executing people who were caught red handed where there isn't a shadow of a doubt about guilt. Someone who was caught and arrested while preforming a mass shooting for example.

Nathaniel Campbell
Nathaniel Campbell

Where do you think you are?

Angel Cruz
Angel Cruz

Good answer

Ian Miller
Ian Miller

Yes

Dylan Anderson
Dylan Anderson

his attack was a motivator to the nz mosque attack and it was done for political reason and not because of his issues.
also publicly executing in an iconic way (pic related) him will scare off all those who dare to do what he did

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Andrew Cook
Andrew Cook

I've had a genuine chuckle reading this, thanks.

Lincoln Hall
Lincoln Hall

Savage