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Texas016:12, 2 October 2013
Blind in Texas023:10, 27 September 2013

I hope you don't mean the band.

Zzx27 (talk)16:12, 2 October 2013

Blind in Texas

Pardon the title; a crass lyrical reference. But, the point is serious: Texas is blind to mental health when it comes to the justice system.

The crimes are fucking cold, and it was surely appropriate to send him away for a long time. While he might make a serious effort at going for a partial defence of diminished responsibility it seems to me, on the limited information in front of me, that such would fail. But to execute a fellow with such childlike mentality? Such shows the same callous, casual sadism it purports to deter.

Blood Red Sandman (Talk) (Contribs)23:10, 27 September 2013