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Posted 8/23/16
Hmm murder is not self defense which can be justified in certain scenarios. It would destroy me...
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Posted 8/24/16
I would feel sad, perhaps even crushed. But I would realize that even murderers don't have to stay that way. One can become a murderer then fight against what they had become. I would feel hope that good change would happen.
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Posted 10/26/16 , edited 10/26/16
Depends on the person they murdered
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18 / F / United States
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Posted 10/26/16
You pick up a shovel, dig a hole, bury the bod, and keep your mouth shut.
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Posted 10/26/16
got it on video? call the cops and report the crime

take the fall for your loved one? ooh..such a nobel cause right? wrong!

because when they found out.. instead of one person going to prison.. you both will

think about it.. if you have kids.. one parent in prison or both ? which is better ?

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Posted 10/26/16
Immediately report to police. The longer I wait, the harder it'll get. And when the cops find out I knew, and didn't report it, I'll end up charged with "accessory to the crime, after the fact." That's why I'll report it fast. I'll cry and feel guilty about it later.
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Posted 10/26/16 , edited 10/26/16
Depends on the reason, as bad as it sounds, being honest.

I knew a guy who was an ex-convict, almost killed a man because he found out his wife of many years was cheating on him and lost his crap and caused some very serious injuries to him and did a solid decade in jail. Got out of jail, got a job, reconnected with his daughter, got his life back together and became a productive member of society.

There are some situations where as people who were not involved in similar circumstances can say easily we would never do such a thing, but who really knows if and how any of us would retaliate under serious betrayal or harm done to us or one of our family members (i.e. serious marriage infidelity, rape, murder, etc.) under an extreme state of anger.
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Posted 10/26/16
Like damn bitch why? There goes my future adopting them 2 kittens.
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Posted 10/26/16
Agree, it depends on which person I love and the reason.

If my daughter (hypothetically, my oldest is not quite 3) murdered someone because she wanted their money or some really petty reason.... yeah, I'd let her go to jail. I mean, I love her, but sometimes letting them receive punishment is necessary.

If my daughter murdered her boyfriend because he always abused her and she felt there was no way out of the situation, I'd take the blame. Because I'd have murdered the bastard myself if I'd have known.

This is really a situation by situation basis.
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Posted 10/26/16
In Germany if the cops don't find out for 20 or so years they consider the case too old to punish you.

So I guess help hide it and hope its not found out for at least 20 years? XD

They should really change the law lol it just encourages people to hide it!

Really we where reading about a guy who killed his wife and just told people she left him but 20 years later they found out he killed her but they said it was too long ago when he did it for them to punish him! x-x
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Posted 10/26/16
It depends on a whole lot conditions and reasons that I couldn't give a straight answer till I was actually faced with such a scenario in person. While murder is a crime I've come to the realisation after my time in the CAF that killing isn't always as black and white as you useless moralist types paint it to be. Some people can never be reasoned with, some people will do great harm with every waking moment they have. These are people who have to die, plain and simple.

At the same time though I would have to know their reasons for committing this crime of murder. Especially since I would not have loved ones who could so casually disregard the law of the land.
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I would stay away from him.
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Posted 10/30/16 , edited 10/30/16
*d at the end. & Not surprised.
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