Japan has the death penalty? I wonder just how "swift and certain" it will be. In Tejas it takes us an average of nine years, but a recent execution took place after almost 25 years.
It certainly sounds like the court took the heinousness of the crime into consideration. At least one of the murders sounds like a kidnap/murder, which should carry the death penalty every where.
dillon in Tejas, where we put 'em to sleep Tuesdays at 6pm.