There is no justice in giving a murderer a light 10 year sentence that she'll be out for in 5.Its a shame that the worst of us look at this as a form of weakness
Unfortunately our world has too much darkness to embrace the true saints that walk among us
Still I am glad they continue to exist to remind me that... Yes there are still people of deep faith and huge hearts that understand what it still means to be pious, empathetic and whole
While she isn't deserving of such light and mercy its not up to me and thankfully the laws of this land saw justice through this time
I posted this only about him specifically and the fact she was found guilty
Forgiveness shouldn't be about what the person deserves or not. Forgiveness isn't excusing the behavior. It's about letting go of the animosity that you feel for them. If somebody drove my car and wrecked it because they were driving recklessly, I would forgive them but I wouldn't let them drive my car again.
No absolutely not and we would be naive to think otherwise
It depends on the person and the context...to be honest, a big part of America's faulty justice system is the overemphasis towards punishment and treating criminals as sub human rather than focus on rehabilitation.
Are you criticizing him for forgiving her?