I don't yet have the training to do that kind of repair work (and I have no pets) - I'm just pointing out that she's not a horse with a broken leg in some cowboy movie, she's a fncked-up human being who has the opportunity to be less so, if the society she lives in is prepared to make the effort. But it's easier to see her as a 'monster/animal', and then she can just be 'put out of her misery'. Shades of Dachau. Not that I want to come on too heavy or anything . But it's a slippery slope.
_________________________ If it's brokenless, don't suffix it...
I hear what you are saying... but it is a slippery slope. I actually felt some remorse for Jeffrey Dahmer. Truly... I did. How could a person become so disaffected in our society? How could we let someone slip thru the cracks like that?
But we have to know when to cut the cord... so to speak... and let go.
I completely disagree , serial killers have never been rehab , and they have one thing in common , they started killing animals before they move onto humans . Would not surprise me if they find out they have a DNA screw lose
Well, you're moving the goalposts with "serial killers"- it's the first time you mentioned that. Before it was "murderers who do it for fun" which is slightly different. Over here we've had both types of killer - Peter Sutlcliffe, the Yorkshire ripper for example was type 1 and Mary Bell, the notorious Tyneside child strangler was type 2 and almost every single one of 'em has been rehabilitated <---.
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