Think hes saying only when it is beyond any doubt to be fair as well.
You think they werent "beyond any doubt" when they killed all those other people? Or were they only a bit sure but killed them anyway?
I'm not gonna waste my breath when people miss the point by so much.
You understand it wouldnt be a case by case basis, ther would be precedent. You either have capital punishment or not, you dont pick and choose.
For every Ian Watkins you kill you might end up killing an innocent guy. But thats cool just a bit of collateral damage eh. Some people who post here are dumb as fuck, all emotion and zero logic.
Cameron Todd Willingham was executed February, 2004, for murdering his three young children by arson at the family home in Corsicana, Texas. Nationally known fire investigator Gerald Hurst reviewed the case documents, including the trial transcriptions and an hour-long videotape of the aftermath of the fire scene and said in December 2004 that "There's nothing to suggest to any reasonable arson investigator that this was an arson fire. It was just a fire." In 2010, the Innocence Project filed a lawsuit against the State of Texas, seeking a judgment of "official oppression".