Tuesday, December 13, 2005

L.A. Crips Gang Founder Executed in Calif

Yahoo! News reported Convicted killer Stanley Tookie Williams, the Crips gang co-founder whose case stirred a national debate about capital punishment versus the possibility of redemption, was executed early Tuesday. Williams, 51, died at 12:35 a.m.

Tookie's supporters were really opposed to the death penalty. It is amazing how Liberals are so concerned about the sanctity of life, and are opposed to the death penalty (approximately 1000 people have been put to death since the Supreme Court reinstituted the death penalty, yet they are so insistent that a woman has a right to abort her baby (we kill more than 3,000 babies each day through abortion.

A condemed prisoner has been adjudged guilty after a trial by a jury, and then has had numerous appeals, both in state and federal court, and the governor has had a chance to commute the death penalty to life without a possiblity of parole. The babies killed by the abortionists are completely innocent, yet they have not had a single trial, appeal, or the opportunity for a governor's pardon or commutation of sentance.

Which is worse? Killing 1000 murders since the 1970s that have adjudged guilty by a jury, and who had numerous appeals, or killing 1,300,000 innocent babies every year

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