Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:49 am
Mental patients renting cars???
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I don't know much about this guy but one of the biggest issues is the stigma around mental illnesses. Most can be treated very effectively but people are still hesitant to even get diagnosed because of how others will then view them, along with the consequences that come after being treated for a mental illness.
Check the chart showing countries that executed people in 2016:Strangelove wrote: ↑Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:58 am
You say that America and those other countries are not civilized because they have the death penalty.Per wrote: ↑Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:52 pmCheck the chart showing countries that executed people in 2016:Strangelove wrote: ↑Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:58 am
None of the above qualify as full democracies according to The Economist's democracy index. Japan, Botswana and the USA come close, but most of the countries on this list are dictatorships, or to borrow an expression from President Donald Trump, s--t h--e countries. No real democracy kills its own citizens.
::The Economist's Democracy Index::
Lol if only it were so simple!
Also, I echo what Aaron said...Mubin Shaikh, an expert on counterterrorism, says he thinks a no rental list would be a reactive measure that would have minimal impact.
If there are restrictions on rentals, people can still borrow or steal vehicles, he notes.
“A criminal will try to take whatever they can, however they can,” he says.
“Will it deter the determined attacker? Probably not.”
“At the end of the day, it’s impossible (to prevent). We live in an open society and vehicles are in our proximity all the time. That’s normal city life.”
One of the best sources there are.
Actually, he wanted the cop to shoot him. He kept begging the cop to shoot him in the head. I think this was an attempted "suicide by cop".