Conventional wisdom is that once the animal and men are animals gets a "taste" for the blood of its victims it is next to impossible to rehabilitate. For more on this story you can click on over to BatonRougeCrime. There are probably some I left out. Then at the top tier of inmates would be those in for assault - the men and women who have some violent but no lethal tendencies could be watched closely and even helped with some counseling while the rest of the criminals of various lesser types could do hard labor for their terms perhaps moving to a more dorm like environment as they near reintegration to see how they deal with the extra ropes of freedom.
So to prove Tabora wrong the year-old victim and Nicholas Gandolfo went back into the bathroom for Salad Tossing B, and this is when laws were broken. This is when she went to police, filed a report, and charges were brought against Nicholas Gandolfo and Juan Tabora. Then I think all the non-violent prisoners who pretty much assume the role of victims in prison to the really hard cases and because of that status become bitter, angry and have to resort to honing their predatory and violent survival mechanisms might if left to their own devices in a humane and productive environment become rehabilitated. And thus concludes the bizarre story of the salad tossing video voyeurism crime in Louisiana. There are probably some I left out. This is an analogy for out prison system, The hard case violent offenders are mostly unredeemable and evidence seems to support that the very expensive practice of locking them up with men just like them doesn't result in any type of rehabilitation at all - in fact it seems to make them worse as they must compete in the "system" of hard cases for survival making them even more violent and honing their criminal instincts even further. I personally see no reason to keep hardened criminals alive indefinitely on our dime it is both cruel for them which some might consider fitting and costly for the taxpayers. During Salad Tossing B Juan Tabora popped open his cell and filmed the year-old victim tossing salad, which was not part of the original bet. At some point after Salad Tossing B Tabora and Gandolfo or someone with access to their phones shared the salad tossing video on social media, and the video began to spread around so quickly that the year-old victim actually saw it herself on social media. I say in this case I'd rather lean towards the more fiscally responsible. Then at the top tier of inmates would be those in for assault - the men and women who have some violent but no lethal tendencies could be watched closely and even helped with some counseling while the rest of the criminals of various lesser types could do hard labor for their terms perhaps moving to a more dorm like environment as they near reintegration to see how they deal with the extra ropes of freedom. For more on this story you can click on over to BatonRougeCrime. How we got from Point A to Point B was a bit of a mystery for quite some time, but new information has shed light on this peculiar case of Video Voyeurism and bar bathroom salad tossing down in Louisiana. This morning I came across this screenshot of an article: Too many violent criminals are mixed in with non-violent criminals. I really think the system needs to evaluate every criminal before they place them in a particular prison setting. I recommend that we euthanize them just like we do violent dogs - it's more humane and a lot less costly to the taxpayer. Criminals who commit heinous crimes should be locked-up together. According to the laws of Louisiana this is what the two men are facing in terms of sentencing: Actually, I agree with you here - I had a dog once I rescued who was a sweet thing for like 3 years then took to killing goats on the farm. Let them fend for themselves since they committed terrible acts against their victims. Maybe than they will understand what they did to their victims before they died. Rape, sexual predators, murderers, armed robbers, kidnapers, and any who should be convicted of an attempt or conspiracy to commit such should get the death penalty - if so there would probably be a lot less of it. Conventional wisdom is that once the animal and men are animals gets a "taste" for the blood of its victims it is next to impossible to rehabilitate.
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