[QUOTE=alan1476;2657356]Hi Allen, you sound more like a concerned citizen than a barbarian. " Thou shall not steal" , anyone ever heard that before?[/QUOTE]
a lot of civil service people would resign if I ever became a Dictator.
I’d love to hear the ACLU screaming when I schedueled Public broadcasting of executions.
Particularly when the evening’s agenda would be to Execute an over-reaching prosecutor
who used KNOWN TO HIM to be false/perjured testamony to persue the prosecution of
Ever hear the name Mike Nifong? (the “Duke LaCrosse Rape Case”)
I believe an "appropriate punishment for that prosecutor is an oldie but a goodie…
Borrowed from the Romans (who were very imaginative)
Remember forever the phrase "Raped to Death by Wild Asses"
Should I describe how this was engineered or would you prefer
your own imagination?
How is this “appropriate”? think what would have happened to those boys in prison
had they been convicted…
Of course a “kinder course” would be to sentence such a prosecutor to the sentance
that COULD have been handed down to the falsely accused.
“protected custody” would be expressely forbidden.
Basically what I’m saying is that the United States constitution could be ammended
to state that anyone accepting a government position waives all their rights if they
commit ANY crime involving their office.
So if one is arrested for say… Speeding or Drunk driving or even murdering their wife
the trial and penalties are no different from anyone else.
But if they try to use their office to protect themselves from prosecution
all bets are off…
Soliciting or accepting a bribe?
The Romans sewed the person who did that into a burlap sack with a wild dog,
a feral cat & a rat and tossed them into the Tiber.
Frankly the only thing that I believed should be changed in that is the river that
would be used, because the Tiber is inconveniently located in Italy.
Rome didn’t have any repeat offenders.