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    • Life sentence isnt actually until you die. Its just such a long sentence that it is expected you die before its over
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    • Isn't that why that give people 300 years instead of a "life sentence"
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    • He lost in court, the state claimed when the law was written that there was no technology that could bring people back, he ended up losing and had to go back to jail
      L0ki 17 jun
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    • Fun fact: someone in Thailand was sentenced to 141,078 years in prison in 1989
      Snivy_ 17 jun
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    • “sometimes my genius is... it’s almost freighting”
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    • dany 17 jun
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    • There's no such thing as a "life" sentence. You get some shit like 150 years. That's considered a "life" sentence.
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    • Shagon 17 jun
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    • Like if you think the officer who shot Rayshard Brooks should not have been fired or charged
      FadedInk 18 jun
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    • Pretty sure that’s not how that works though
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    • No as long as ur alive u must be in jail
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    • Bro why have I seen this featured a week ago......?
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    • Asked my mum who works in a prison and they have a law specifically for stuff like this
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    • You don’t know the power of the Dark Side
      Con9 17 jun
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    • His watch has ended.
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    • Thanks to a lot of legal stuff, a "life sentence" isnt necessarily the same everywhere. And one can get effectively a life sentence for a series of crimes that alone aren't a "life sentence". If you have a minimum 100 years sentence and a "life" sentence, they're practically the same
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    • My watch is ended
      nattababy 17 jun
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    • Person above me is fucking gay
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    • I’m going to be real I’m fine with that law then it would also make it ok to just not give a shit if a prisoner is firing and not give them any help whatsoever because they get released if you can bring them back
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    • The Judge:
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    • Hard to argue with that...
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    • Life hacks
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    • Jon Snow at the Night's Watch be like
      sas_xi 17 jun
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    • Is that even how it works though? Don’t they say for life because the sentence is so long there shouldn’t be a way to live through it
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    • isn’t true death until your brain activity ceases. no one in recent years has ever come back from that
      COVID_19 17 jun
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    • He was technically right tho he should be let out he probably dindu nuffin anyway
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    • Oh... oh no....
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    • His watch has ended
      Odell48 17 jun
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    • In the US justice system, that just might work!
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    • This shit happened a long time ago
      JoMan 20 jun
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    • A “life sentence” is still a certain number of years it’s just called a “life sentence” because by the time the person is set to get out they would be dead.
      UnJustAF 20 jun
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    • KNTEN 20 jun
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    • Isn't "life sentence" just a way to say 70+ years?
      istnet1 20 jun
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    • It's not an "until death sentence" it's a life sentence, erego if you're still alive it's still in effect, regardless of whether you died previously.
      jaxmerius 20 jun
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    • Why would they bring someone serving a life in prison back to life? Unless it was before his trial or it wasn’t a full life in prison (70 years but not like 193 years)
      TTvDyrt__ 20 jun
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    • I’d be mad that they brought me back
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    • Jon Snow
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    • Say you commit a horrible crime and you're sentenced to jail for 150 years. There is no way you're going to live that long, and it is nicknamed a "life sentence" because it will last the rest of your life. That sentence lasts until it ends, not until you die.
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    • Too bad I got a triple life sentence
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    • It would more or less work if sentences werent issued like a 120 year sentence, 70 years is considered a life sentence
      hellzyas 20 jun
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    • He didn’t die. I hate when people say, "I died but was resuscitated". Yes technically, your heart stops constituting biological death, but in order for you to be resuscitated you still have brain activity. You actually clinically die when your brain dies, and there’s no coming back from brain death.
      dedric 19 jun
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    • i have an annoying yellow keyboard , how do i get rid of it?
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    • Anyone who thinks a life sentence is based on when you die shouldn't be able to reproduce
      YBOR 19 jun
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    • My watch has ended
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    • Ever heard of a double-life sentence?
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    • They concluded that he could not be alive and have served a life sentence. A play on outdated terminololgy doesn't change the expected effect and weight of a sentence. Life sentences boil down to spending the rest of your life in prison until you leave this earth basically
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    • Yeah they ruled against it and he still in jail
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    • Why has no one mentioned raising hope
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    • Are yall getting all the features croped?
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    • An FBI agent came to our school about the importance of being safe online and not to get manipulated by making poor choices, and he talked about this ped*phile who got like 300 (I think?) years because he uploaded a tutorial on how to make drugged ice cream so you could kidn4p children.
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    • Well I mean, he’s not wrong 🤔
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    • “My watch has ended”
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    • life sentence is 70 years
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    • Bring futurama back
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    • But people are often sentenced to life and get out before they die.
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    • He dies when I say he dies
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    • That's why people get life plus 50 or whatever years
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    • Sure you’re free to go, just let me see your death certificate.
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    • This is from a show called Amazing stories
      wendylady 19 jun
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    • A life sentence is a unit of measurement depending on the state or federal readings. For example 1 life setence is typically 40 years. Hints why someone can have 4 life sentences. It isnt until you die.
      Mtg_EDH 19 jun
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    • A guy (who was probably innocent) once survived his own botched execution. He also claimed that his sentence was fulfilled and he should be free to go. He got executed again
      XCAnesti 19 jun
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    • I believe this is different in certain states, but where I live the life sentence is 90 years
      MiniTuba 18 jun
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    • John Snow
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    • Proceeds to commit 1st degree murder again the day of his release
      83K20 18 jun
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    • I mean yes
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    • How did they bring him back then???
      KoshkaKat 18 jun
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    • Let's post this news article a few hundred more times with bad second panels
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    • It's true
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    • Medically dead is not the same as legally dead and that's the one that matters for a case
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    • Too bad he had 83 consecutive life sentences.
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    • No one should get life, max should be 10 years or death penalty
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    • Is he wrong?
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    • What pisses me off is they’re letting people out of jail due to COVID. My friends abusive dad is out right now and is being even more abusive now.
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    • Life sentence is years that world normally be worth a persons life spam
      rick5216 18 jun
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    • Question : Why are we okay with the government locking people up for months - years of their lives over non-violent crimes?
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    • Fuck the prison industrial complex. All my homies hate the prison industrial complex.
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    • Imma just tell u guys now court is the most unfair system in the world it was built to be a cash cow for the government
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    • Life in prison doesn’t mean life it means 99 years so essentially your life
      weirskie 18 jun
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    • A life sentence isn’t a lifetime. They just call it that. It’s a certain amount of time, which is why you can get multiple life sentences
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    • you are not considered dead if your brain is still alive, because if you have brain death , there's no "coming back"
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    • Lif
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    • If you get life in prison without parole it's probably best you stay the their
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    • mw2_ghost 18 jun
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    • Idk why but are we forgetting how bad you have to fuck up to be given practically life in prison
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    • Isn’t a life sentence just like 40 years or some shit like that depending on where you live? That’s why you can get sentenced to multiple life sentences
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    • Why even give life in prison instead of some ridiculous amount of time that can't be accomplished? Is it just so some nut job doesn't go for some kind of twisted high score?
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    • If he's in there for life, why would you bother bringing him back? That's cruel to him and wastes taxpayers money to keep him alive.
      Rycornx 18 jun
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    • This has been featured how many times now?
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    • Getting defibed isn't actually bringing you back to life. Your heart hasn't stopped. It's just extremely faint, and they have to shock you at the right part of your beat. Once your heart stops, there's no bringing you back.
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    • A life sentence is just a technical term, the actual sentence in writing is noted in years, like if a crime gets you 100 years, and another gets you 70, and another gets you 50, you get a “life sentence” buts it’s actually 220 years
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    • This case was dismissed. As stated by the judge “if you had served your life sentence by dying we wouldn’t be having this conversation” also it was determined that if he were dead he legally would become a candidate for organ transplants. Which... well. Let’s say that wouldn’t go over very well...
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    • Jon Snow
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    • Anyone remember the 75 yr old who was released since he was "too feeble to kiII again" and like as soon as he got out he kiIIed a mother of two children.
      Leporidae 18 jun
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    • InfoChecker hey did he get out or what
      Anakin2 18 jun
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    • An actual “life sentence” has never been given. They just give u an absurd amount of years. People call it a life sentence because you will die before it is over.
      semmguy 18 jun
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