Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Let Him Live

I’m one death penalty advocate who is okay with Al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui getting a life sentence without possibility of parole for his role in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. "America, you lost. I won," he said, clapping his hands after the verdict was read.

The jury was unable to unanimously agree that this soulless jackass should die, so he gets to live. Normally when some subhuman excrement, like a child rapist or a Muslim terrorist, escapes the hangman’s noose, “Old Sparky,” the firing squad, or a lethal injection, I get all incensed, righteously indignant, and just plain ticked off. But in Moussaoui’s case, I’m going to make an exception, because letting him live—making him live—deprives him of the one thing he gives a damn about: Martyrdom. He was willing to risk his life to become a hero in the afterlife with 72 virgins. Close, but no cigar, Zacarias. You lose.

Moussaoui isn’t very smart. Not just because he allowed his consciousness to be hijacked by a narrow and radical form of Islam and he’s irrationally committed to killing Americans, not because he wasn’t smart enough to be a real Al Qaeda murderer and is just a sorry wannabe, but because he’s just not very smart. A smart person would have remembered his previously expressed desire to be put to death by the infidels so that he could become a martyr, or at least would be aware of what a dope he’d look like when hypocrisy took over and he declares victory in defeat.

All we have to do to make this a complete victory for our way of life over his is to lock this jerk away and forget about him. We don’t need to know how he’s doing on the anniversary of 9-11 or of his sentencing. We don’t need a bunch of softheaded puds worrying whether he has his prayer rug or is getting three squares a day. We don’t need the ACLU or the New Black Panther Party arguing that he needs to work out in a gym and have a law library at his disposal. Just give him a yellow suit (or whatever they wear in prison), put him in an 8x8 cell with a sink and a toilet, lock the door, and give him enough bread and water to make sure he enjoys each day of the rest of his life. And I hope he lasts a long time, because for a lowlife Muslim terrorist each day he lives in the infidel’s prison is one more day of hell he’ll have to endure.

To paraphrase Mr. Spock, “Live long and suffer.”

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LET'S TALK said...

From what I understand he was arrested a month before the September 11 attacks and therefore could not have played any active role in the mass murder of the 2000 + people killed.

So technically He wasn't necessarily part of the 9/11 operation.

Moussaoui's lies to federal investigators a month prior to the attacks furthered al Qaeda's plot and directly resulted in at least some September 11 deaths, if he had knowledge of the attacks at all.

It seems that none of this was proven, so I really don't understand the wittness that the government brought forward, or the case right now.

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