Discussion in 'Politics & Society' started by Mad Indian, Apr 20, 2012.
Dilson murder: Retd Army officer gets life term for killing Chennai teenager - The Times of India
So it was not premeditated, surprised he did not get less than life imprisonment.
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My condolences with the Armyman. Moral is don't go looking for trouble, or you would get more than you bargained for. Life sentence is a little too much.
There was no reason for that idiot to kill that little boy. I think he deserves what he got. Note- it was not an accidental shooting either.
I think you misunderstood the law Sir.
Hence the culpable homicide not amounting to murder is punishable with Life Imprisonment
Section 304 - Indian Penal Code (IPC)
Also, please note that, the Army officer KNEW that his firing would cause death to the Boy, when he fired the shot and so it is culpable homicide.
If it was pre-meditated, it would have amounted to murder which could have even got Death Sentence.
RIP for the poor Boy
/\/\/\ Death sentence is not distributed like sweets, it is not seen as a festive occasion. It is handed down for the rarest of rare crimes.
While killing the boy was incorrect, from what I've read is that the boy and his friends had a habit of creating nuisance, on defense property. That boy surely deserved a thorough bashing, not death though. Equally responsible are the boy's parents not to rein in him.
So? The problem is, that mischieves are not serious enough to deserve murder.
That man must be made to pay for his crimes. BTW< he is a retired Army many, what the hell should he care about the nuisance this boy creates on the Army campus?
/\/\/\ And hence the shooting was not premediated, hence life sentence is way too much.
This is the reason i hate the Liberals- No one cares about the family of the victim. They only care about what happens to the Convict- Hypocrits.
That boy was murdered in cold blood, for no good reason and life sentence was too much for the murderer? My ass
Life Term is well justified to prevent future such atrocities
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