Should sulphuric acid be used against criminal stalker Rachel Marsden by her victims?
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Since the Rachel stalker has been unrepentant even after a court case which he pleaded guilty to stalking charges, should sulphuric acid be used against criminal stalker Rachel Marsden by her victims, in order to stop her madness which includes stalking others?
The death penalty is allready a horrific wrong, but burning someone with sulphuric acid? That is wrong.
I was once part of an anarchist group who used acid bombs (Resin bottles full of sulphuric acid) and, i was once damaged by one. It is a pain unbearable. The people may of been effected by her, but they do not gain a rite to burn her with sulphuric acid.
According to the links which we had given to you, Rachel Marsden is a sick psychopath who had stalked numerous men, online or offline, and often use sexual provocative words in her abuse.
There is a scientific research which shows that psychological abuse alone, which is the abuse type that is catered by the criminal stalker, is more traumatic than physical abuse, which is featured in the news that has the link below:
Due to the fact that Rachel is a famous stalker who had once appeared as a FOX news anchor before being booted out from it, we're afraid that if Rachel is being let free by relapsing into her stalking habits, according to the broken windows theory, this will set an example for other potential stalkers and even pedophiles out there that they can stalk others and go scots free if they have sufficient power, fame and money.
We, which are a branch of the Anonymous group, chose to believe that the necessary evil principle is applicable in this case. Unless the relevant authorities woke up and use restraining orders to stop her sexual stalking rampages, the only ways that we could do to stop her is by spread her dox and possibly have her stalking victims to use sulphuric acid against her as a last resort. We do not intent to murder Rachel Marsden, but to leave an everlasting reminder for her to not relapse again. There should be a clear warning for stalkers like Rachel out there.
Okay. But Rachel has not used Sulphuric Acid upon a victim of hers, so why should she have to go through it herself? My answer to this is physiological torture. Have Rachel experience what she has done to her victims, and she will surely realise what she has done. And also, what is acid going to do? In my opinion, it would just make her more angry, enfuriating her to do worse. Its not a resonable answer.
In our opinion if Rachel has been attacked by sulphuric acid on her face, her career should be immediately over as she will be ostracized due to her looks as media career, which is her specialty, often cherish outward appearance as a virtue. Furthermore, we believe that if sulphuric acid was used, her self esteem will decrease dramatically and at the same time her self consciousness would increase dramatically, partly based on this Wikipedia article.
In other words, the effects of a sulphuric acid should finally force her to feel accountable and to be fearful of the consequences if she ever tried to lapse on stalking behavior again. The agony and the post acid attack maintenance should be enough to distract her from revenge.
The ostracization from the sulphuric acid attack alone should be sufficient to become the "physiological torture" as you said, against her.
Hopefully a restraining order or a gamergate style campaign is being instigated against Rachel to make her accountable, but if those are not sufficient, then we believe that sulphuric acid is the ultimate final option, just like the atomic bombs during the final stages of the Pacific war in World War 2.
As this is the final round, we would like to advise the voters to look at the bigger picture before voting. We believe that you would not want psychopathic stalkers to threaten your personal liberty.
I rest by my case, the sulphuric acid will make her more mad. I think they should use phsycological torture, so she can have the impact of what she did to her victims on herself. Sulphuric acid is not the answer. I would agree with you if she uses acid herself, but she did not.
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