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Serial murderer Richard Ramirez claims to be the right hand man of Satan During the time of the Roman Empire a carpenter named Jesus claimed to be the son of God Many ridiculed him and others believed him Several people according to oral traditions believed Jesus was simply a man who had gone mad Others believed in him and became his followers He was given a death sentence ordered by Pontius Pilot on behalf of the people It seemed the majority thought that Jesus should die There was no way to prove or disprove Jesus assertion that he was the Son of God There was no way in the time of Christ to come up with concrete scientific evidence about his claim and still there is no way now to verify or refute Richard Ramirez claim that he is working on behalf of Satan Any Christian person who believes in God has to be open to the possibility that Richard Ramirez could be an otherworldly soul sent to us by some unseen power Since there is no way this claim can be denied or confirmed with absolute certainty Ramirez can only be judged as a human being And as such he was tried convicted and sentenced to death If we look at Richard as only a human being we need to understand what made him who he is today Inherent biological and psychological traits caused Richard to commit his crimes and further research could prevent another human life from being taken by a violent killer if we lock Richard up for years of study instead of sending him to the gas chamber Richard was arrested for thirteen murders five attempted murders six rapes three lewd acts on children two kidnappings three acts of forced oral copulation four counts of sodomy five robberies and fourteen burglaries He was convicted on forty-six of those counts at 220 on September 20th 1989 in a Los
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