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Death Sentences in Chinese Milk Case

Public: I do not believe in capital punishment. Although I would have to say it is a bit tough, especially ifsomebody has committed a very heinous crime, very brutal murders, etc. I think it should be case specific. It is a tough call but I am generally for the most part against it. I will elaborate more on this later. But here,

In case you are interested, and I think all should be, the chinese goverment has sentenced at least two of the people in the company to death sentence penalties, which I think is wholly UNncecessary despite how cruel and heineous the crime is. It is entirely neglible and reckless, as well as cruel to have disregard the content in the milk, which that is of melamine (sp). I think these people responsible for these hundreds and thousands sick and maybe more should have all their earnings, and money taken away, sentence to lifetime or many many years in jail only for them to reflect on their wrongdoings, suffer in every breathe they take and have the fucking chinese government regulate and pay a closer eye to the policies and health standards in these so call "milk" and "dairy" companies. See "rehabilitation". The sentence I believe in useless as we just learn to kill and not have learned nor gained anything from this crazy of a mess.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/23/world/asia/23milk.html?_r=1

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