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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#29 - crazyolitis
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(05/03/2013) [-]
I heard that in prison, there's a 'hierarchy' for criminals. Murderers being the top, thieves, drunk drivers, etc. in middle and rapists and child molesters at bottom.   
   
Anyway, justice has been done.
I heard that in prison, there's a 'hierarchy' for criminals. Murderers being the top, thieves, drunk drivers, etc. in middle and rapists and child molesters at bottom.

Anyway, justice has been done.
#160 to #29 - anon id: 78e08803
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(05/03/2013) [-]
not quite true.

It depends on how ******* hardcore the person in question is, the kind of connections they can rack up in prison, the kind of people they know on the outside, any contraband they can get in, their charisma.

The original offence can help, but is by no means the only criteria.
#153 to #29 - anon id: 78e08803
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not quite true.

It depends on how ******* hardcore the person in question is, the kind of connections they can rack up in prison, the kind of people they know on the outside, any contraband they can get in, their charisma.

The original offence can help, but is by no means the only criteria.
User avatar #159 to #153 - crazyolitis
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Thank you, anon, for the aditional information.
#66 to #29 - anonefgtwo
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How the **** is that justice? He's already in prison for life, and other murderers are at the top of some 'hierarchy' and they benefit the most, and beat him up every day. **** off idiot
#83 to #66 - anon id: b854dc9a
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Yes, with a nice roof over his head, daily meals, and plenty of tax-money to support the long life he'll lead, you know, a long life as in the one that child will now never have
#69 to #66 - crazyolitis
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In my opinion, molesting and murdering a young child isn't a light offense.
#73 to #69 - anonefgtwo
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That's true, but it isn't 'justice' if there are other murderers that don't get **** done to them
User avatar #75 to #73 - crazyolitis
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They're already in prison. In prison, EVERYBODY gets something done to them at least once.
By the way, what did you mean by 'benefit'? How did the other murderers benefit, and from what?
#80 to #75 - anonefgtwo
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They rape him/beat him the **** up every day, with nothing happening to them, while eating 3 meals a day and not having to do ****
User avatar #82 to #80 - crazyolitis
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For as far as I know, in American prisons, it happens all the time. People get raped, sometimes even killed. Doesn't make it any less bad, though. It's not just him getting beat/raped, and I'm sure the prison gaurds protect him, even though they probably wouldn't want to.

Also, what's wrong with them having 3 meals? And for not having to do ****: they often work in jail, and when they don't, they are most of the time in their jail, nog being able to do anything, rather than not wanting to do anything.
#87 to #82 - anonefgtwo
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I know it happens all the time, I really just wish murderers would just get a death penalty instead of getting free food/lodging and everything else without having some stupid prison hierarchy
User avatar #97 to #87 - crazyolitis
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Well, one of the reasons murderers don't get death penalty is because they could be innocent. Imprisoning an innocent man can be reversed, while killing an innocent man can't be reversed.
#99 to #97 - anonefgtwo
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Yeah, but there are a lot more murderers who get out of prison, then kill a lot more innocent people than there are people who are actually innocent that go to prison
User avatar #354 to #99 - xzynth
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you can turn a murderer into a civilized person. It may not be easy, but many countries opperates this way with good results. Drawbacks: it's expensive
#104 to #99 - crazyolitis
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True. But American prisons are only for punishment, ot for 're-educating' the criminals. In prison, people become even worse criminals, because of all the killing, raping and so on. For a part, the prison system is wrong.
#41 to #29 - anon id: 92b2d2f8
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Where are white collar criminals? Not being sarcastic, honestly wondering.
User avatar #48 to #41 - silverzepher
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house arrest in their 3.5 million dollar "home"
User avatar #587 to #48 - failtolawl
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it's because they pay tons of money to do it. besides... did they really ruin anybodies day besides the governments?
User avatar #72 to #48 - srskate
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So if I embezzle money from my job they have to give me a 3.5 million dollar home?
#161 to #72 - coolcalx
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yes
User avatar #39 to #29 - skeetonamber
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not sure if the child molesting murderer is at top or bottom....
#116 to #39 - stimtheone
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As you can see it is a scale for crimes, the ones at the top being the most benevolent, deliberately ending another life to the advancement of the human race.   
   
In the middle are those of selfish and irresponsible nature, causing harm without caring or thinking.   
   
And at the bottom we have those of truly evil demeanor, causing pain and suffering for their own pleasure.
As you can see it is a scale for crimes, the ones at the top being the most benevolent, deliberately ending another life to the advancement of the human race.

In the middle are those of selfish and irresponsible nature, causing harm without caring or thinking.

And at the bottom we have those of truly evil demeanor, causing pain and suffering for their own pleasure.
User avatar #581 to #116 - spartusee
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I would put them like this, Thievery, Cold blooded murder, Rape

I mean, really now. thievery is worse than cold blooded murder? I say cold blooded because revenge murder is another thing.
User avatar #166 to #116 - clockworkmage
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...murders are benevolent now? k.
User avatar #185 to #166 - stimtheone
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Less people suffer in the aftermath than in the other cases.

And which of us haven't thought about killing those who are a burden on everyone they come in contact with?
#694 to #185 - anon id: f8d79f6d
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I'm pretty sure they're at the top of the heiarchy because they're seen as the toughest, not because they're considered heralds of justice and good tidings. Even if you argue that sometimes killing is justified, I'm pretty sure more than 90% of murders are for the pleasure of the murderer, not because they intended to better the world. And the 10% remaining are criminally insane.
User avatar #187 to #185 - clockworkmage
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Me, because I don't see death as the best alternative. Christ....
User avatar #53 to #39 - crazyolitis
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He's lucky to be alive.
User avatar #49 to #39 - silverzepher
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