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Death penalty ruling finalized for 'Twitter killer'

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His defense lawyers had argued he was guilty only of the lesser charge of homicide with consent, saying he had his victims' tacit approval based on messages they sent him.

Ew, lawyers. You have the good ones defending just causes, and these ones, defending the indefensible.

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Fantastic news!

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Byebye !!..

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Good. The animal deserves it.

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Just bury him facedown.

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"the viciousness of the crimes was on a level rarely seen in Japan's history," 

I disagree !!

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"Do unto others, what you would have them do unto you". Death penalty is justified, period.

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What a devil. Time to rot in hell. Don't let him die too fast or easily.

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His defense lawyers had argued he was guilty only of the lesser charge of homicide with consent, saying he had his victims' tacit approval based on messages they sent him.

Well, he most certainly did not have any tacit consent from the brother of one of the women who came looking for her. But hey, defense lawyers have a role to play, and I suppose in this case this pathetic argument is the best that anyone could come up with.

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