One of the reasons? You probably believe that once we incarcerate an inmate for life he's no longer a threat to society.
What about Jame Were?
He's in prison awaiting his death sentence for the murder of Robert Vallandingham. He's no threat to society now that's he's in prison is he?
Except for the fact that his murder conviction occurred while he was in prison.
James Were, 51, was convicted in the April 1993 murder and kidnapping of corrections officer Robert Vallandingham. Were was serving time at Southern Ohio Correctional Institution in Lucasville on assault and robbery charges when a riot broke out, killing Vallandingham and nine inmates.
In court papers, Were's attorneys argue the trial judge erred by disregarding evidence that the defendant is mentally retarded.
Were's first murder conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court in 2002 because the Hamilton County Common Pleas Court failed to hold a hearing on his mental competency.
During a second trial, Were was found guilty and sentenced to death for Vallandingham's murder.
Naaah, he's no threat to society. Well unless you don't consider Robert Vallandingham and the nine inmates members of it.
On a second note.
Would Were push the button for Obamamania or McCain? Why?