But the blood of a victim would only tell you about the DNA of the victim, not about the perpetrator.
10/7/2012 11:47:38 AM
Eager to kill others are you, Davey? Jesus said that commiting any sin is the same as commiting all of them. So, turning right without signaling makes you equal to a murderer. Seems only fair that you, a Bible-believing Christian, should kill yourself... or have you never commited ANY sin?
Eyewitness testimony has been shown to be quite unreliable. DNA IS much more reliable, but even if one could be absolutely sure of someone's guilt, to apply the death penalty one needs to employ someone to kill another person. Isn't locking the criminal in prison forever enough?
10/7/2012 12:35:38 PM
There's an immensely strict requirement for eyewitnesses in most of traditional shari'a jurisprudence relating to capital punishment. Partly because the shari'a was historically a non-governmental civil law that rarely dealt with criminal justice directly.
There's probably a similar textual basis both for this tradition and for David's claims, in their entirely separate but related holy books.
10/7/2012 1:03:14 PM
Eyewitness testimony is notoriously unreliable. If six persons witness an incident you'll end up with six different versions of what transpired.
10/7/2012 1:06:30 PM
@Filin De Blanc
If Gil Grissom was god, I imagine we'd all be some sort of evolved insects.
I don't even regard Barton's stupidity worth commenting on.
10/7/2012 1:20:16 PM
"Hi, my name is Rick Perry and I'm not ashamed to say I'm a Christian.
I always do exactly what the Bible says. But when it comes to the death penalty, I couldn't give a flying fuck what the Bible says: I want to fry as many of them niggers, err, uhh, excuse me, guilty people here in Texas as possible.
DNA is not evidence, in fact it's against God and against the Bible. It means we have to set lots of niggers, err, uhh, excuse me, guilty people free instead of dealing them God's rightful judgement.
I'll take the word of a blind old gradma from a good clean decent KKK family who saw a nigger, err, uhh, excuse me, guilty person do sumthin bad over that godless DNA any day.
God bless Texas, and to hell with the cursed fags."
10/7/2012 2:04:15 PM
This is insane, but I'm not sure how it's harmful enough to be fundie. He doesn't appear to be advocating anything. Or is it just too screwy for me to be able to tell what he's advocating?
10/7/2012 2:15:06 PM
Blood in the ground is not an eyewitness to (or evidence of) murder, only that there was a body there. You have to find the DNA on the suspect that matches what was found at the crime scene.
10/7/2012 2:15:37 PM
Cain & Abel? Jeeze, Louise, talk about bringing up cold cases.
Also; blood speaks, now? Like snakes, bushes and donkeys?
10/7/2012 4:26:41 PM
More proof for how a nonexistent sky beast, as postulated by a bunch of ancient loonies, is still able to fuck with the modern mind.
Or, how the modern loony, same as the ancient loony, revers The Black Book Of Death and revels in its ferocious madness with barely concealed joy and considerable relief as a justification for his or her savage impulses and as a balm for his or her mental illness.
10/8/2012 1:59:41 AM
" We now know that DNA has a voice - that it serves as an eyewitness to specific crimes,"
Funny how blood didn't cry out until atheistic scientists did their atheistic science on it.
"This voice therefore Biblically qualifies as one of the "two or three eyewitnesses" needed to secure the death penalty in a capital crime. "
Where in the bible does it tell us about the double helix?
10/8/2012 5:55:29 AM
Also, his entire deranged "point" is meaningless anyway....God spared Cain, gave him some sort of marking to tell others "Don't kill this guy" and let Cain wander around the Land Of Nod where he eventually founded a settlement.
10/8/2012 6:19:20 AM
I put far more stock in circumstantial evidence than I do eyewitness'. Recent overturning of convictions by DNA prove this. I have no moral issue with the death penalty I just don't trust the judicial system with that call.
10/8/2012 6:54:07 AM
I chuckled a bit.
10/8/2012 10:59:36 AM
David's preparing his 'not guilty by reason of insanity' defence.
10/8/2012 11:04:50 AM
I admire you efforts, but seriously. Anyone who isn't a fucking idiot and reads that can see what it means. Cain said "I didn't do it" and God pointed to the spilled blood on the ground. Haven't you people ever heard of poetic language before. If someone in real life said that same thing, would you then just assume that the blood was literally talking to him?
10/8/2012 12:34:40 PM
Have you recently talked to your DNA?. I wonder.
10/29/2012 5:06:17 AM