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Dear Editor Dear Editor Amrozi the cold blooded killer who helped to organize the Bali bombing will be executed Editorial Aug 9 2003 which is the form of punishment that clearly grants him exactly what he was hoping for Some people welcomed this sentence some not - suggesting other forms of punishment and some to my astonishment are calling for a humanitarian resolution in a sense of forgiveness Letters Aug 9 2003 A forgiveness For the terrorist who didnt show one shred of compassion of remorse It is like granting them the right to continue that sick crime they are committing One of the important things here to appeal is not to get intimidated and do nothing but to apply effective ways and forces to help to minimize this sort of crime I agree with the editorial that the penalties for terror must deter In my appeal the death penalty in this case is clearly not a very effective way to serve the law because Amrozi is one of those people who has no regard for the human life not even his own It should be considered with much greater care if punishment granted is really the right punishment in itself for the particular offender Unfortunately this sentence is very likely to be used as an excuse for further terror This is also very ironic since terrorists often voluntarily choose to die for their course It is a dangerous psychological game which needs to be looked at from different point of views than any other serious crime An uneven equation - of course its uneven People have died A lot of other people are left with physical and emotional scars for the rest of their lives Nothing can ever change that No matter what the punishment the equation will always remind uneven Also I dont agree with the editor that Amrozi could be led to repentance and understanding by
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