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Should criminal charges be filed for an MU freshman's alcohol poisoning?

Should criminal charges be filed for an MU freshman's alcohol poisoning?

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Should criminal charges be filed for an MU freshman's alcohol poisoning?
9 Comments
Justin Ballz
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Justin Ballz

The harshest possible penalty should be given to the perpetrators. If that were done for all perps, we would have a lot less crime in society. Deterrent. But you know, black lives matter and all, especially criminal ones. Isn't that right, liberals?

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Debbie Riffle
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Debbie Riffle

Maybe the threat of criminal charges will stop some of this stupidity and save lives from being permanently ruined or ended altogether.

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BJ JuiceJay
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BJ JuiceJay

If this was someone giving another person a dose of heroine and that person died then there would be murder charges

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Zaos Gonzolez
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Zaos Gonzolez

An individual is responsible for their own individual actions.

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Max
Max

If Daniel Santulli supported abortion, the liberals would be protesting in the streets, turning police cars over, stomping on our flag, and burning buildings. Where is Mellissa Click when you need her.

Adam
Adam

Sounds like an insurrection..

Max
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Max

Someone gave this man enough alcohol to nearly kill him. He may never be normal again. If I buy a single beer at a convenience store for an underage kid or even a pack of smokes I would be charged. This man was under 21 years of age. You liberals should put your collective minds together and decide.

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Adam
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Adam

Nothing in the question referenced being liberal or conservative. Or abortion for that matter. Why bring it up? As for the question, I too think all parties involved need to be held responsible for this. Charge them all to the fullest extent possible.

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Justin Ballz
Justin Ballz

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh!!!!!, little adam. Waaaaaaaaaaahhh!!!! Cry us a river, cupcake. Lol@you!

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Should criminal charges be filed for an MU freshman's alcohol poisoning?
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Is the government doing enough to address the baby formula shortage?

Is the government doing enough to address the baby formula shortage?

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No

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Yes

Is the government doing enough to address the baby formula shortage?
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No

Is the government doing enough to address the baby formula shortage?
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Justin Ballz
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Justin Ballz

Doing enough? They caused the crisis. In particular, #FJB (the fraudulent "president ") has screwed America. People are PISSED!!

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Does Missouri need a "red flag" law on guns?

Does Missouri need a "red flag" law on guns?

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No

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Yes

Does Missouri need a "red flag" law on guns?
5 Comments
Adam
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Adam

Repeal the 2nd ammendment. The US has the 2nd highest gun death total in the world. Ban ALL semi and fully automatic weapons. Nobody needs them. Minimum age should be 28. Have 1 pistol and 1 gun for hunting. More guns = more deaths and more violence.

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Max
Max

Check Wikipedia, actually we are 16th, but you have never been correct or honest before.

Adam
Adam

Wikipedia? That's your source??? Lol https://worldpopulationreview.com/country-rankings/gun-deaths-by-country

Adam
Adam

Ok ok...Wikipedia. The trusted internet source. Highest gun related deaths in high income countries. The US is by far the highest rated https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_firearm-related_death_rate

Adam
Adam

Switzerland, UK, Australia, and Canada have enacted gun reforms of some sort. Since then, the firearm death rate in the US was 4 times higher than Switzerland, 5 times higher than Canada, 10 times higher than Australia, and 35 times higher than the UK.

Max
Max

Fortunately, I don't have your intelligence. ROTFLOL.

Christopher Watson
Christopher Watson

You do realize that if you file down the firing pin a certain amount, that you can turn any semi automatic weapon into an automatic? You can repel the 2nd Admin., but you will never get rid of guns in this country. Besides, you can buy one in any City for pennies on the dollar, any day of the year.

Justin Ballz
Justin Ballz

little adam is off his meds again.

Bonnie Sandker
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Bonnie Sandker

If you know someone has guns and is making threats on social media etc., then they should have their weapons taken away for the safety of everyone.

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

Would this apply to other items that could be used as a weapon, like cars, knives, axes, poison, or matches?

Justin Ballz
Justin Ballz

There are already existing laws that address the scenario you describe. So, your reasoning for passing additional laws is flawed. Come on, be better than that.

No

Does Missouri need a "red flag" law on guns?
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Brooklyn Nicole
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Brooklyn Nicole

No, because then anyone could lie and make up a reason to get someone's guns taken away from them.

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Justin Ballz
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Justin Ballz

No. Enforce existing common-sense laws first, instead of creating new ones. Liberals love to pass stupid laws that do nothing to make life better for the public, only suppress freedom. Screw #FJB, his fraudulent administration and any narrow-minded idiot who voted for him.

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Max
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Max

Although the Constitution of the United States does not cite it explicitly, presumption of innocence is widely held to follow from the Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments.

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

This violates the Constitution.

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Christopher Watson
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Christopher Watson

Because you can buy a gun in just about any city for pennies on the dollar if you know where to look. No matter what law you pass, guns for evil will always be available. That is the only "Red Flag" that will always exist.

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