Your opinion regarding the sentence received by Moussaoui was ridiculous. You claim that the sentence of life in prison is worse than death, openly admitting that the conditions of confinement are such as to cause severe psychological trauma. Yet, you later claim the sentence shows mercy. Yes, how merciful we humanitarian liberals of the 20th century are.
What was also ridiculous was your criteria for determining what constituted the “right” decision. What seems to matter to you is not some standard of right or wrong, or any notion of justice, but instead what the Arab world thinks of the United States and what Moussaoui seemingly wanted (to you anyway), as if these have any bearing on justice.
Justice would have been a swift two-day trial (not four years), followed the next day by a public execution by hanging on the Washington mall. It is interesting that your weak stomach for capital punishment and your weak sense of justice does not make you humanitarians at all, and instead your natural outrage for such criminals manifests itself in a perverse taste for psychological suffering.
2nd bachelor’s, civil engineering