Re: No illness can make a person break the law
- From: Free Speech <freespeech@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 29 Dec 2005 18:53:10 GMT
Frank Arthur wrote:
> "Free Speech" <freespeech@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > No illness can make a person break the law
> > http://my.fcc.net/~workgroup5/sup/fictional.html
> > If a person commits a crime, he knows exactly what he is doing, and he
> > is choosing to do it.
> 1.So if a six year old kills someone using a gun he should get the death
> 2. And you are certain that all Psychotics are fully aware of what they are
The word "psychotic" is not a legal term. It has been used so much for so many
different things, it has no meaning anymore.
If you are talking about a criminal, someone who likes violence and thinks it's
okay to break the law. Well then, the American govt should learn to teach
people what the law is, when they come in for counseling.
Further proof that the American psychology field is wacky and doesn't work, is
how some people try to pay psychiatrists to help them escape jail time when
they commit a crime. In reality all people must be held fully accountable for
the crimes they commit.
Few people listen to the wacky athiest theories of the capitalist American
> Fictional television programs sometimes show
> > movies of a crazy person who commits a crime, as if he didn't know what
> > he was doing. In reality this is not true at all.
> > Every person who commits a crime chooses to do so, and every person
> > knows exactly what he is doing regardless of any drugs, alcohol or
> > illness present.
> > No illness can make a person break the law, nor can any drugs or
> > alcohol. If a person is a law abiding person, he will still be law
> > abiding regardless of any drugs, alcohol or illnesses.
> > A person develops his character as he grows up, by choice and by
> > upbringing. How does someone become a violent criminal? A person chooses
> > to become violent over time. This doesn't happen overnight. It takes
> > years and years for a person to develop a criminal-like mentality and to
> > think violence is an okay means to resolve problems.
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