the judge pretty much disregarded his level of intoxication in his ruling"I have difficulty accepting that even an intoxicated person would not realise the severity of the injury being inflicted by repeatedly stomping on the head and face of a person who is lying on the ground unable to defend or protect himself," Justice Howie said.
what about a referundum, you can change the constitution to allow fro the death penalty.it's not a question of what i think is morally right or wrong.
i just said that since the gov't has passed legalisation which prevents the death penalty from ever being reinstated. again.
not too sure lolwhat about a referundum, you can change the constitution to allow fro the death penalty
The Federal Parliament today passed laws that ensure the death penalty can never be reintroduced by any state or territory in Australia.
Both sides of politics supported the move, which is seen as largely symbolic.
that law is just the same as any other, it can be changed...it prevents the states from implementing the death penalty as long as it exists but not being part of the constitution, it can be overturned by any future fedral parliamentnot too sure lol
Australia bans death penalty and appeals to Indonesia