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Apparently, there was a juror(s) who actually believes in the Commandment "thou shalt not kill". How unusual, for America. Has anyone heard the term, "pray for the executioner"? If someone condemns someone to death, do they have to participate in the actual killing or are they guilty of murder anyway?
If someone does not believe in killing someone and prefers to send them to jail for the rest of their lives, are they a bad person and deserve to be called names by all the bloodthirsty killers in our society? Does anyone believe that "vengeance is wrong, anymore"? How about, "two wrongs don't make it right"? What would Jesus do, anyway?
There are two things going on here within the comments to this story. 1. No one really believes in the teachings of Jesus anymore. 2. Americans are just a bunch of cutthroat killers deserving of any criticism offered by foreigners.