Officer Pavelka

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Officer Pavelka

Postby Anonymous20 » November 28th, 2003, 1:37 am

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Death penalty

Postby Anonymous20 » November 29th, 2003, 4:16 am

For those of you who support the death penalty, should you automatically be eligible for it if you are found guilty of killing a police officer? I believe that David Garcia will be charged with special circumstances which carries the death penalty.
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Re: Officer Pavelka

Postby wcrockets » December 28th, 2003, 10:15 pm

I don't like automatic anything. Innocent people get caught up in the system and fed to the keepers sometimes.

What I do like is seeing young people get straightened out at church and sports before they EVER get to the point where a choice needs to be made whether they will be executed or imprisoned.

I look at both those pictures (officer and accused) and I think what a tragedy for everyone and their families. Honestly, the question you ask Mr. Alonso is bigger than me. I'm just a law abiding citizen civilian volunteer.
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Re: Officer Pavelka

Postby streetcleaner » July 13th, 2004, 1:44 pm

Fo Sho...if u get convicted of 187 on the police they gonna put a needle in yo arm and that the way it should be.....
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Re: Officer Pavelka

Postby mike89 » July 13th, 2004, 2:20 pm

wcrockets wrote:I don't like automatic anything. Innocent people get caught up in the system and fed to the keepers sometimes.

What I do like is seeing young people get straightened out at church and sports before they EVER get to the point where a choice needs to be made whether they will be executed or imprisoned.

I look at both those pictures (officer and accused) and I think what a tragedy for everyone and their families. Honestly, the question you ask Mr. Alonso is bigger than me. I'm just a law abiding citizen civilian volunteer.
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Re: Officer Pavelka

Postby Pepito_That_Ese » August 6th, 2004, 6:15 am

As I see it, it shouldnt be automatic death penalty for a 187 on a police officer. There are people just like everybody, their lives aint more valuable than a ramdom nobody. U know what I mean ?
I despise the death penalty.
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Re: Officer Pavelka

Postby @1 » August 6th, 2004, 10:28 am

Pepito_That_Ese wrote:As I see it, it shouldnt be automatic death penalty for a 187 on a police officer. There are people just like everybody, their lives aint more valuable than a ramdom nobody. U know what I mean ?
I despise the death penalty.


i know in Europe that most people are against it, but being that you have connections to France, its ironic that most French are against it too, although their history includes the guillatine, the decapitator, one of thr ultimate weapons used in execution. I guess the French have come a long way but the US wont be banning their executions anttime soon. They are trying to get it televised one day.

But it is too early to say if this young man will get the death penalty.
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Re: Officer Pavelka

Postby Common Sense » August 10th, 2004, 6:18 pm

alonso wrote:
Pepito_That_Ese wrote:As I see it, it shouldnt be automatic death penalty for a 187 on a police officer. There are people just like everybody, their lives aint more valuable than a ramdom nobody. U know what I mean ?
I despise the death penalty.

I guess the French have come a long way but the US wont be banning their executions anttime soon. They are trying to get it televised one day.


I think the death penalty should be televised. So many people are so removed from crime and punishment. It would be the ultimate reality T.V.

I am for the death penalty, but I'm not for watching it, eventhough I feel it would be an assisted deterant if televised.
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Re: Officer Pavelka

Postby Anonymous20 » September 8th, 2004, 5:56 pm

I SAY F**K THAT COP.........I'M SORRY BUT IT'S JUST MY OPINION.........
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Re: Officer Pavelka

Postby prettyboy » October 13th, 2004, 11:53 pm

just wondering but did this happen in Artesia?
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Re: Officer Pavelka

Postby Common Sense » November 17th, 2004, 1:40 pm

I heard the State of Kali just named a portion of the I-5 after him.
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