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    Re: when you want to wipe the smile off someones face

    Quote Originally Posted by tude dog View Post
    It hasn't been established he killed anybody.

    If he did see they guy move he was correct to stop the terrorist from possibly triggering a bomb.
    Make your mind up mate.

    Did he get convicted of manslaughter ? He Killed him then ?
    I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth

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    I know what he was convicted of.

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    Re: when you want to wipe the smile off someones face

    Quote Originally Posted by tude dog View Post
    I know what he was convicted of.
    Then how can you say that "It hasn't been established he killed anybody."?

    The court has established just that.

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    Ummm, how could he be a threat from wearing a bomb? Im thibking the ambulances and sildiers and police standing so close to him would kinda prove he was pretty safe bomb wise. It was said he attacked(along wirh an accomplice) with knives.
    The court found that he shot the guy out of revenge. A common war crime.

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    Re: when you want to wipe the smile off someones face

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Mawr View Post
    As your definition shows, manslaughter involves killing someone. He was convicted of manslaughter - how can you possibly say "It hasn't been established he killed anybody."
    The reason I was able to say that was after reading two reports, one from the NY Times and the other from Ynet news all they talked about was people's observations which none seemed to me persuasive.

    Then following a link in Ynet found this

    An autopsy performed on a-Sharif found he was alive when he was shot, and died as a result of the shot to the head - not from the wounds he sustained before.

    EMPHASIS MINE

    Case closed.

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    Re: when you want to wipe the smile off someones face

    Quote Originally Posted by tude dog View Post
    The reason I was able to say that was after reading two reports, one from the NY Times and the other from Ynet news all they talked about was people's observations which none seemed to me persuasive.

    Then following a link in Ynet found this

    An autopsy performed on a-Sharif found he was alive when he was shot, and died as a result of the shot to the head - not from the wounds he sustained before.

    EMPHASIS MINE

    Case closed.
    So it has positively been established that he killed someone. Why then are they talking of a state pardon, that is what I cannot understand and what is angering me.

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    Re: when you want to wipe the smile off someones face

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Mawr View Post
    So it has positively been established that he killed someone. Why then are they talking of a state pardon, that is what I cannot understand and what is angering me.
    Here is an explanation to how and whys pardons are supposed to be done in this country.

    Pardon Power

    I suppose it is similar in Israel.

    Basic Law: The President of the State (1964)

    11. Functions and powers

    b. The President of the State shall have power to pardon offenders and to lighten penalties by the reduction or commutation thereof.


    I won't get angry. Obama has to do something to earn his Peace Prize.




    PARDONS GRANTED BY PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA (2009-2016)

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    tude? dog? Your "argument" is a false equivalence. Don't let that stop you.

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