that depends on the victim

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Are you ******* kidding me?

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I think 15 years is enough time for a person to realize what they've done. Plus, that length of time has wrecked life for that person even though they were caught later on.<br />
If I'm wrong, I'm just very angry because of a drunk driving boy who hit a family of 7 which killed both of the parents. He was given 2 years less time already served. When someone wrote a very ignorant editorial letter to the judge, the boy was released to a half way house to serve the rest of his time. Now, that's not fair compared to 15 years.

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well i do believe that if you did something wrong and you have a trial judged by your pears you have to pay for what you did wrong no matter what confess and accept you punishment for your wrong doings i mean doing somthing so bad as taking away a persons life that person does no longer excists so i think yes he gets what he deserves at least hes still alive right no use crying about it you did it , you did it so take it like a man or woman and stop thinking poor me when it still should be on you mind poor person i killed and took you away from all that loved and needed you

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No.

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