>>592184 It is lawful for the state to kill someone that is innocent provided that they have been found guilty in a court of law based on the evidence provided. They do not know that they are killing an innocent person when the truth is incapable of being absolutely completely determined and a misinterpretation throws everything into the wrong light. Thus, while it is unjust for an innocent person to die for a crime they did not commit, it is not strictly unlawful when there is no way for humans to know without omniscience and omnipresence.
>>592207 >It is lawful for the state to kill someone that is innocent provided that they have been found guilty in a court of law based on the evidence provided. So what if being Christian is a capital punishment?
>>592183 >They enforce laws and collect tribute at gunpoint, same as your own government. Little bit different. Other governments do that at the behest of the people involved. ISIS does not. Besides, what they're doing isn't morally justifiable, as opposed to the Septics zapping a few negro mass murderers.
>>592239 Not always. You could choose to bugger off elsewhere.
>>592305 >this has little pertinence to the commandment however. Kinda does, though. As in, to murder someone is an act which the victim reasonably couldn't avoid. To kill them [as part of the state], they could choose not to put themselves in a position of being killed.
>>592312 Nothing wrong with a [state] imposing laws which the people could reasonably follow.
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