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  1. #1

    Bring Back Death Penalty

    With the heinous crimes that happened, maybe it's time to bring back the death penalty.

    Nakakahiya na ang Pilipinas sa buong mundo.

    KAMAY NA BAKAL NA TALAGA ANG DAPAT!

  2. #2
    ^agree! But the hardest kamay na bakal should come from the president himself. But how is that, hindi naman daw sya superman and "He Needs Mar" daw....

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_bonfire2.0 View Post
    With the heinous crimes that happened, maybe it's time to bring back the death penalty.

    Nakakahiya na ang Pilipinas sa buong mundo.

    KAMAY NA BAKAL NA TALAGA ANG DAPAT!
    Kung maling tao ang nabitay, paano mo ibabalik ang buhay?

    -Just_JT
    This.should.be.entertaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUST_JT View Post
    Kung maling tao ang nabitay, paano mo ibabalik ang buhay?

    -Just_JT
    This.should.be.entertaining.
    eh kung ikaw din lang naman, okay na.

    lol.

    jk.

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    mula kay pres. cory hanggang ngayon, may nahatulan na ba ng bitay at binitay nga maliban kay echegaray?

  6. #6
    death penalty + philippine "justice" system = craziness

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    Lawmakers oppose death penalty revival

    By Lira Dalangin-Fernandez
    INQUIRER.net
    First Posted 12:10:00 01/20/2011

    Filed Under: Crime and Law and Justice, Legislation

    MANILA, Philippines—Lawmakers on Thursday expressed opposition to the revival of death penalty, saying it will not deter crime.

    Deputy Speaker Lorenzo “Erin” Tanada III, Minority Leader Edcel Lagman, Paranaque Representative Roilo Golez, Anakpawis party-list Representative Rafael Mariano, and Muntinlupa Representative Rodolfo Biazon said bringing back capital punishment will not get the support of many lawmakers in the House of Representatives.

    “The reimposition of death penalty will not deter crimes. It is effective law enforcement, police work, and the certainty of being caught and punished that will deter criminal activity,” Tanada said in a text message.

    Speaking at the Serye news forum in Quezon City, Biazon said the years that death penalty was allowed as a form of capital punishment did not prove to be the solution to the peace and order problems.

    “The criminal activities did not go away, we have to strengthen the judicial process and implementation of laws in the country,” Biazon said.

    When he was a senator, he said he even filed a bill calling for death by firing squad, but added that he does not believe anymore that death penalty will solve crimes.

    In the same forum, Mariano echoed that only a strong judicial system where the perpetrators are punished will make criminal elements think twice about committing crimes.

    Lagman, Golez, and Tanada are among the lawmakers who pushed for the repeal of the death penalty law in 2006.

    Calls for the reimposition of death penalty have been revived amid the spate of car-theft related murders in the past few weeks.

    President Beningo Aquino III has indicated he is against its return.

    Pangasinan Representative Leopoldo Bataoil, former spokesman of the Philippine National Police, said the police should “hit hard with no mercy” and operate without letup against the syndicates involved in the car theft.

    “I just have to remind the PNP to be very careful in ensuring the safety of innocent civilians…I also warn that no fall guys should be presented. All arrests must be backed up with hard evidence,” he added.

    Biazon, former chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, said the series of car theft was unusual and should be looked into by authorities.

    “It is not a simple criminal issue, there could be something deeper than this,” he said.

    The 1987 Constitution abolished capital punishment but Congress reimposed it on January 1, 1993. But in 2006, on the eve of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s visit to the Vatican, Congress repealed the Death Penalty Law as well as the 1996 amendment prescribing death by lethal injection for those convicted of heinous crimes.

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    Hmm, ano kaya kung sa mga kamag anak ng mga unggoy na ito mangyari, ganyan pa rin kaya ang posisyon nila?

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    Kung meron mang Death Penalty pero corrupt pa
    rin ang bansa, and makakawawa lang ay yung mag
    tao na walang kapit sa matitibay.

    FYI, yung halos majority ng MASTERMINDS ng mga sindikato
    na yan eh MALAKAS ang kapit sa may kapangyarihan o SILA ang
    kapangyarihan.

    Kung meron mang batas na gagawain, mag FOCUS sila dun sa MISMONG
    SOURCE at sila ang unang bitayin.

    Think outside the box.

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  10. #9
    Corrupt society + capital punishment = MORE INJUSTICES.

    -Just_JT
    Death.penalty=SABLAY

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUST_JT View Post
    Corrupt society + capital punishment = MORE INJUSTICES.

    -Just_JT
    Death.penalty=SABLAY
    Takot ka? May nagawa ka bang di kanais nais?
    So hayaan na lang natin na puro patayan na lang?

    -qwinz
    Kung ayaw may dahilan, malamang takot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMHO View Post
    Kung meron mang Death Penalty pero corrupt pa
    rin ang bansa, and makakawawa lang ay yung mag
    tao na walang kapit sa matitibay.

    FYI, yung halos majority ng MASTERMINDS ng mga sindikato
    na yan eh MALAKAS ang kapit sa may kapangyarihan o SILA ang
    kapangyarihan.

    Kung meron mang batas na gagawain, mag FOCUS sila dun sa MISMONG
    SOURCE at sila ang unang bitayin.

    Think outside the box.
    agreed. mahina ang law enforcers natin sa pag track down ng mga big fish, to them, capturing the small time pawns means case closed. may mga maliliit na tao who are manipulated to commit the crime but the brains behind them are free to continue hiring other agents. so we just kill the soldier ants but not the egg laying mothers and crime continues but we add the list of penalized people under the lethal injection.

    Maybe when the justice and law enforcement system can prove their worth of being reliable in capturing and convicting the big time bosses, then we can say it maybe time for the capital punishment to be implemented. Para fair.

  13. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by qwinz View Post
    Takot ka? May nagawa ka bang di kanais nais?
    So hayaan na lang natin na puro patayan na lang?

    -qwinz
    Kung ayaw may dahilan, malamang takot!
    Engot ka? Kung walang mahusay na law enforcement, bale wala ang capital punishment na iyan...

    -Just_JT
    Ikaw.ang.takot.sa.patayan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikkilove View Post
    Maybe when the justice and law enforcement system can prove their worth of being reliable in capturing and convicting the big time bosses, then we can say it maybe time for the capital punishment to be implemented. Para fair.
    Kung mahusay ang pagpapatupad ng batas at makatarungan ang lipunan, BABABA ang KRIMEN kaya 'di na rin kailangan ng capital punishment...

    -Just_JT
    This.is.common.sense.

  15. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by nikkilove View Post
    agreed. mahina ang law enforcers natin sa pag track down ng mga big fish, to them, capturing the small time pawns means case closed. may mga maliliit na tao who are manipulated to commit the crime but the brains behind them are free to continue hiring other agents. so we just kill the soldier ants but not the egg laying mothers and crime continues but we add the list of penalized people under the lethal injection.

    Maybe when the justice and law enforcement system can prove their worth of being reliable in capturing and convicting the big time bosses, then we can say it maybe time for the capital punishment to be implemented. Para fair.
    Ok ang Death Penalty na maibalik, kung ito ay ipapatupad ng tama at walang pinipili, maging ito ay presidente, congressman, senador, heneral, mayayamang negosyante o mahihirap na pangkariniwang mamamayan, na gumawa ng karumal-dumal na krimen. Pero kung ito ay ipapatupad at igagawad lang para sa pagpapasikat ng mga trapo at tiwali at mapagsamantalang mayayaman, ay mabuti pang mag-vigilante system na lang tayo. Patunayan nyo muna na walang kinikilingan ang batas at walang sinasanto.

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    eto palagay ko lang.. i could be wrong.

    kahit pa siguro caning lang ang parusa kung mahusay/efficient naman ang implementation ng batas. accurate ang imbestigasyon at 'sakto pagkakahuli sa mga tamang suspects.. palagay ko mas magiging deterrent pa 'yan.

    kaysa may death penalty nga, eh walang nahuhuling suspects talaga. at kung nahuhuli man yung tunay na suspects eh labas-masok naman dahil may padrino/kapit..

    ..at kung may nahuhuli man eh maling suspects at inosente, tortured lang ng ilang alagad ng batas para umamin. bale wala rin.

    wishful thinking na lang muna sa ngayon yung pagkakaroon ng mahusay na implementation ng batas (like singapore) + meron death penalty. wow.. palagay ko, linggo-linggo niyan may nasa death row at televised pa.

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    No, not me. Since after the 6 executed criminal during Estrada's time, I have been against death penalty. I have three reasons.

    1. I want criminals to change for the better, and
    2. For me, death penalty is just an EASY WAY OUT for the criminals
    3. I don't trust our justice and law implementation arms fully

  18. #17
    Dati pro-death penalty ako. Sino hindi gusto mabitay mga Ampatuans!? However, with our present justice system plus corrupt and incompetent police force eh malabo yan. Sang ayun ako PNoy sa lagay na yan.

    Yes, malamang meron mahuhuli na deserving talaga yung death penalty pero meron din mabibitay na hindi talaga deserving whether innocent talaga or na frame-up lang with the real criminals virtually washed free from the crimes he committed.

    So, no death penalty for me but that does not mean no other form of capital punishment can be done. May nabanggit ng caning. Mukhang ok pa yun pero dapat matindi talaga at dagdagan pa ng iba tulad ng whipping at iba pang torture tactics.

  19. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by JUST_JT View Post
    Corrupt society + capital punishment = MORE INJUSTICES.

    -Just_JT
    Death.penalty=SABLAY
    Death Penalty dito sa Pilipinas ay talaga ngang sasablay, dahil bulok na ang sistema ng hustisya bulok pa ang nagpapatupad ng batas at mismong gumagawa ng batas sa kongreso ay mga trapo at recycle na basura na walang ginawa kundi pumatay, magnakaw at manlinlang, dapat sila muna ang maging sampol bago ang mga pangkaraniwang mamamayang nakagawa ng krimen.

  20. #19
    death penalty sa pinas?

    imposibleng maibalik yan maliban lang kung yung krimen nangyari sa mga pulitiko mismo o sa mga kamag-anak nila

    takot sila sa mga religious organizations, baka kasi di sila iboto sa eleksyon

  21. #20
    Yes to death penalty, and make the process of execution quick.
    It is true that there might be imperfection in the judicial system, but that does not take away the truth that when life is at stake, the courts will be more carefull in handing down the ultimate penaltyfor reasons that judges themselves are human, and their decisions will be scrutinized in the appeals process.

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