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Do you think it should be considered to be a crime to place a criminal idea into someones head?
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Posted 3/26/10

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Most mainstream rock, metal and rap artists will be sent to jail then.
I for one welcome this proposal.


how? i can see the promotion of drugs... but what does mainstream promote that is a crime?


Drugs, crime, gangster-ism - whatever is 'cool'.


Playingfour6andtoo wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:

Most mainstream rock, metal and rap artists will be sent to jail then.
I for one welcome this proposal.


lol Throw all those evil thinkers into prison eh? Bring down the freedom of thought? 1984 anybody?


More liek, your singing is so terrible - i just need an excuse to send you to jail, freedom of thought be damned!


yes because many, many rock, metal bands promote the gangster way of life.... i already said drug.. but what crimes?
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Posted 3/26/10

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yes because many, many rock, metal bands promote the gangster way of life.... i already said drug.. but what crimes?


Drive-by shootings, prostitution, Gang warfare, domestic abuse, rape.... need i go on?
Posted 3/26/10
Yes it should be considered accessory to murder if not worse.
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Posted 3/26/10
i dunno~
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is this a euthanasia type of thing?
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Posted 3/27/10
Simple answer to a question that seems to be vexing:

If you have the intention of purposely influencing someone to commit a criminal offense, then you are criminally punishable by law. As long as someone can prove intent.

However, if you ever find yourself having murdered someone, blame video games. Eventually, someone's going to win with that defense.
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Posted 3/28/10

h4x0rz wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

yes because many, many rock, metal bands promote the gangster way of life.... i already said drug.. but what crimes?


Drive-by shootings, prostitution, Gang warfare, domestic abuse, rape.... need i go on?


seriously? most mainstream rock and metal bands dont' do into that.. while rap doesn't as much as it used to
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Posted 3/28/10
they should because they just manipulated someone to doing that crime.
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Posted 3/28/10
no. not at all
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Posted 3/28/10
My belief is that as long as you keep the pickle of wisdom within your soul then all your intentions are good.

Either that or if you were born in the Republic of Eggplants, only the purest of heart are born there.
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24 / F / Canada
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Posted 3/28/10
Well, isn't it kinda like manipulating people. placing a criminal idea into someone is already wrong, most criminal probably started becoz someone cause them to do that. especially if someone is weak in will. it's something that should not be left alone and say that "i suggested u doesn't mean u have to do it.", it has to be taken responsibility. as u know, words have power to hurt and heal, so we should watch that what we say won't hurt somebody else.
Posted 3/28/10
Well its sorta like standing up in court and saying "he made me do it"

Unless the person has threatened the other into committing the crime and made it so that they don't have a choice and they can provide evidence of this...nowp not gonna happen.
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Posted 3/28/10
If you persuade them (or even force them), yes it is the crime. (;
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Posted 3/28/10
No way imo. The only exception is a person who is extremely retarded or a situation where you're like, "mutilate yourself or i'll kill somebody."
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Posted 3/29/10
No, I think one's responsible for its own actions. Not unless you physically forced him/her.
And! Unless you encouraged a sick, deranged mentally-challenged person who ran away from a mental institution; 'cause I guess you'd be considered an accomplice.
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