Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Laws Sometime Punish the Innocent and Often Allow the Guilty to Escape Punishment

Here is a perfect example of how big a mess we are in when man acts the way he does today -- with no morals or standards or divine absolutes to consider. Let me explain: we have terrorism; we need to take measures to curtail it; and we need to pass laws to deal with those we think are guilty until we can prove it or not. That's exactly what happened in the U.K. But of course, some thought this isn't right as you may be arresting innocent people in the process. They're right. But if you change the laws to prevent that, then you risk the chance of letting some of the guilty terrorists get away.

Tell me that intelligent people with law degrees cannot come up with some solution that would be a good compromise and get the support of the government and the majority of the people? If not, then we let the terrorists get away, and sometime, with murder. Take a look.  (If we can't solve this for the good of the majority, we can solve nothing.  Then again, that may be true too.)

UK to change anti-terrorism law - Europe - Al Jazeera English


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