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  1. Our Bizzare Legal System (US)

    Because of all the trial by media, usually of athletes, celebrities, or young, attractive, white females, and the media coverage of frivolous, multi-million dollar lawsuits, the whole world knows our legal system is sexist, racist, lazy, and completely f'd up. Sometimes they get it right, but other times, we can only wonder what they hell the judge or jury was thinking, or if the prosecution even cared to put up more than a half-assed case. And, sometimes the laws already in place are stupid to begin with, and the judge has no choice but to rule according to them. Aside from stuff heavily covered in the media, what are some outrageous cases you've heard of? Here are a few I've heard of: -My former boss' nephew was shot to death; he was not the intended target, though the guy shooting was intending to kill someone. The guy only got three years in prison, with credit for time served. -A friend with a taste for losers was screwing around with a guy who was in jail more often than not for failing to pay child support for one child. How can the court expect a guy to find a job when he's incarcerated? -At a seminar I attended while I was in the banking industry, I learned of a woman getting sixteen years in prison for bad checks. -A friend of my brother's was jumping on a backyard trampoline with a group of other 13 and 14 year olds and fell on a girl. Her parents attempted to have him criminally prosecuted for sexual assault, and also tried to sue his family for the girl's "emotional trauma and mental distress". And, my personal ones: -My first ex-husband beat our son the first time I left him alone with the baby, for less than an hour, and nearly killed him. He got three years in prison, and I spent the next four or five months leaping through family court's hoops to get my CFS case closed and my parental rights reinstated. I found out later that the max he could have gotten was five years, as they felt they could not prove attempted murder. He also would have faced more severe charges if it had been my other son, the one that was not his, that he'd beaten. He went on to repeat the crime on another baby he had with a woman ten years later, and was charged on two counts of the same, since the abuse had happened on separate days. The DA pointed out the nearly identical pattern of injuries to those he'd inflicted upon my son ten years prior. But due to the restrictions in place by law, again, just three years on each count, the only justice the judge could grant was that he serve them consecutively rather than concurrently. I honestly believe that if the DA had tried, he could have proven attempted murder in the second case, and I believe that it was. I believe it was with my son, too, and always have. You may be able to say you lost your temper with a crying baby at the age of 18 and get away with it, but not at 28, and not after doing it once (possibly more, as he did remarry and have a kids with a second woman) before. Now that he's out again, I worry that it's going to happen again, and this time, he may succeed. I feel bad enough not trying to prevent it from happening, but I don't know how to go about it without seeming like a weirdo. -When I was a homeowner, someone called the city on me because my garage was an eyesore. An inspector came out and gave me a list of everything on my property that had to be fixed. The list on the garage was so huge it may have well said "tear it down". I did not disagree with the fact the garage was kind of crappy, it hadn't changed from the time I'd bought the property in 2005, whereas I'd made improvements to the house. I'd always planned on dealing with the garage when I had the money to, but I didn't have the money yet, not even to do the teardown. I explained it, but they just kept on sending out inspectors every month, and adding $350 a month to my tax bill. Then, they took me to court and fined me $1000, which I had to pay to avoid going to jail. After that, there was a grace period for me to complete the work, but I was still broke, so the cycle began all over again. Without having to pay that fine, I could have paid to rent a dumpster, get the necessary permits, and enlisted friends and family to help me rip the garage down.
  2. Conviction for Rape?

    So my friends I live in India where the conviction rate in rape cases is pretty high, that means 'death penalty'. In some high profile cases the accused get bail and they are allowed to roam free after committing such a hideous crime. On December 16th 2012 a Delhi girl was brutally raped and then throw out of a moving bus to die along with her boyfriend. They both were beaten brutally by six goons. Even after the rapists have been caught and sentenced to death, there is a significant rise in the number of rape cases in our country. So what do you all think that the punishment for a rapist should be and how can we protect the women and children from such monsters?
  3. I saw a video on youtube talking about why porn is legal and prostitution isn't, and it got into the Miller Test which bans "obscenity" not protected by the first amendment. The definition of "obsenity" is extremely broad and apparently varied. But the video mentions that certain content is outright illegal: porn featuring animals, corpses, urine, feces, and of course children. So by that definition, wouldn't porn containing wetting and messing be illegal? Because if it is then I'm in HUGE trouble (and I'm sure most of us would be). (also if we're mentioning state laws, I live in California)
  4. Well, it’s embarrassing and annoying to admit that the Indian Government has decided to place a ban on pornographic websites throughout the country. Internet service providers have blocked pornography sites in India, and users are voicing their anger about the nationwide ban. In a discussion on the social media platform - Reddit - users said that they landed on blank pages while trying to access porn sites, and some of them came across the message: "The site has been blocked as per the instructions of Competent Authority." Government officials confirmed on Sunday that internet service providers across India have been directed to restrict access to pornographic websites as outrage grew among the country’s social media users. Telecom operators confirmed receiving a letter from the department of Telecommunication on Saturday with orders that certain websites be made unavailable to the customers. The Secretary of Information Technology has confirmed the news. The order stems from the Supreme Court Case that is being heard. Pornographic sites are the highest revenue earners for ISP’s globally and India is no exception. The move could be a matter of contention between the government and the operators, besides internet freedom activists. Sources in Telecommunication Ministry said, “Certain Websites have been reviewed and found to be spreading anti-social activities as hyperlinks from these websites, some of them pornographic…so we have sent letters to internet service providers to block them. The action has been taken in reference to section 79 of IT Act.” More such sites are being reviewed as per the courts order by the communication ministry. While there are people who are having a tough time accepting the fact that the government has placed a ban on pornographic websites, some people think it is a brilliant move to accelerate the growth of the nation. Some even think that banning porn sites will prevent men from turning into rapists, hence enhancing women safety. Although my ISP is still letting me access all the sites I want, even pornographic, what scares me the most is to think that soon I won’t be able access many of my favorite websites, including this one.
  5. Corruption

    Corruption has grown to be a world wide problem now. In many countries it poses to be a major problem and a key deterrent to development. Typically, corruption is closely associated with the money laundering and bribery, which means utilizing the money for some illegal activities. There is no universal definition of corruption, but it is generally agreed that corruption is the illegal use of public power by a public official for private gain. Corruption has become an integral part of the Indian society; it has become so common that it has almost become impossible to identify the corrupt activities. Some people claim that it is crucial for them to bribe or to be corrupt so that they can survive. "Survival" corruption, practised by public servants, is usually the result of small salaries, perhaps in highly inflationary economies, which do not allow them to make a living. Such as with the junior police officers mentioned in the previous point. Without bribery, public administration would collapse altogether as no one would have any incentive to get anything done. Thus the level of corruption is determined by the poor economic situation of the country as well as by the policy of the government. But this does not mean that I support corruption or bribery , by all possible means I want it to stop. Is there any means we can stop this ? What punishment does a corrupt person deserve?
  6. It seems ridiculous to say, but as of recently the possession and viewing of certain doujinshi, anime, lolicon images etc. has become a crime in western countries such as Canada, Sweden, United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa - and is being argued as one in a number of US states, even though the 1st Amendment generally protects artworks. Depending on where someone lives, possession of a doujin avatar may now be a crime - even a deleted image recovered from a drive. It's smart, and lucky for us, that this site has always held a clear and rigid moral course, and is completely legal in its jurisdiction. But how do we feel about the future? Culture is shifting. In Australia a man has been convicted of possessing an image of The Simpsons naked. In certain parts of Australia even adult models with small breasts are now classed as 'depicting children'. The pendulum is going to keep swinging that way. Even Japan is enacting new laws. Would you follow the art-form underground or what? PS: you can plead the 5th Amendment to that literal question, I was just interested in thoughts!
  7. Okay so here is how it goes, my country i.e India has a good number of Transgender and homosexual people. I don't know about other countries, but at my place, Transgender people are having the worst times of their lives. They have to face mental, physical, emotional and economic violence. They don't have the right to marry, they are not invited in public gatherings, they can't even hold a job! They are forced to beg for a living.Lacking support from family, society or police many gay rape victims stay silent. Almost all of them live in slums , they are not provided with proper medical treatment as they are considered physically and mentally ill. In many places they are not even allowed to use public toilets. As far as homosexual people are concerned , the court of law has deemed the same-sex sexual activity as illegal and against the will of nature. Gay and lesbian marriages are termed illegal and are punishable offenses and the penalty being life imprisonment. What makes me angry is there are some communist groups who go berserk over issues like these and try to harm transgender and homosexual people. And the only reason for all this crap is ,same sex marriages will hurt the cultural and religious sentiments of people and put a bad impression on the younger generation. I don't think so, I feel every person has his or her sexual preferences, you, me or anyone else is not invited to intervene in anybody's choices. Doesn't a person even have the right to live his/her own life? I mean is it necessary to interfere in what's happening in someone's bedroom? There have been incidences when someone would have met with a road accident and instead of helping him ,people would just stand there watching him die and then the same people claim that banning transgender and Homosexual people is good for the society. I can't buy such nonsense. I have come across some lovely Trans-gender and Homosexual people in real life and online as well. They are normal people just like you and I, does any government, organization or religion has the right to ban them? I have been on this site for a while now and I have noticed that trans and homo people are encouraged here, they not being pulled down.I am genuinely happy seeing this. Is there any other country which does not legalize same sex marriages? If yes are they doing the right thing? (If feel they're wrong)