Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Life for Moussaoui.

Moussaoui avoids the death penalty and gets life in the SuperMax prison. It is probably just as good. He wanted death, so that he could be a martyr. He still may get it, if there are security lapses at the Super Max prison, otherwise he can just rot in prison.


wom said...

I would've liked to see death on this issue. Rather than have the taxpayer's money fund a shelter and food for this guy, death would've been more appropriate. He has confessed to the plot numerous times. I'm a religious person so I have my faith in God to punish him after death.

bushraaa said...

I'm against the death penalty. Period. But I agree with the point of wasting the taxpayers' hard- earned dollars. Either way, I'm glad that they finally made a decision because it must have been agonizing to be one of the family members of a victim of 9/11, and see this guy making a mockery of it in the courtroom.

Don Singleton said...

I approve of the death penalty for people who have actually killed others.

I am not convinced he did, or even that he would have been one of the 9/11 hijackers had he been free, so I have no problem with this decision.