Tag: premeditated murder

Aug 20

Revenge vs. Learning: Which is Stronger?

In Brief — An examination of whether the death penalty is atavistic or useful to society. [Written in May 2017.] Vengeance in the 21st Century — Premeditated murder. It’s often referred to as first degree murder, but generally (excluding military actions) it is deliberately killing another human being. States frequently have their own variations on …

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Mar 28

The Murder of Pat Tillman

In Brief—A brief review of the known facts surrounding Cpl. Pat Tillman’s death in April of 2004 leads to the author’s conclusion that in light of the lies by the American military as well as numerous undisputed facts, Tillman was deliberately murdered by one or more individuals in the American military. The case remains uninvestigated …

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