Dennis,Posted by Dennis Leahy (here)
For me personally, I would add that regardless of human curiosity of the masses, I would sequester these psychopaths away from humanity for the duration of their lives. No prison interviews, no movie of the week - just locked away from any possibility of causing any more damage to anyone.
Be sure that you recognize that Drake quite probably showed a visceral knee-jerk reaction, not his higher self speaking. Also realize that his reaction wasn't scripted - and wouldn't be the reaction that the group represents.
I like your well-thought-out posts.
I used to be dead-set against the death penalty, but now I've come around and I do see that there are cases where it's called for, such as in cases of dealing with hard-core psychopaths/sociopaths who are beyond redemption in their current lifetimes, other than to suffer a series of lifetimes in which they'd finally awaken.
I seriously doubt that a lifetime in prison would reform any of them. And I'm talking about hard-core sociopaths who once wielded wealth/power/influence with enthusiasm in the infliction of pain/suffering/death to many people.
To me, it's better all the way around -- on energetic, soul and other levels -- to remove them from our plane of reality by taking their lives and allowing them to move on and let the Universe work out the karmic balance, as it surely will in every single case. We can take their lives and still forgive them -- and ourselves for being so damn ignorant.
We the People don't need the reminders of what the sociopaths did by keeping them around in prisons. We do need to learn the lesson of the price of eternal vigilance -- hell, yea!