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  • The name justice isn't enough

    Justice is not served and police are failing do you feel safe these criminals aren't affraid because the punishment for even the horrendous of crimes they need to fear something they need a reason to think twice they need a symbol something incorruptible something to strike fear into them like they strike fear into others

  • We need Vigilantes for more than just stopping petty crimes

    We have crimes of murder and rape and other "small time" crimes. But what happens when you look at society as a broader scope? We are in a crisis right now. We are stuck giving our jobs to foreign countries, shutting down plants and displacing workers far and wide in America. We keep crying out to bring jobs back to America, stop sending them to foreign soil, and voting against legislation that seems unstoppable. TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) is just one example. The voice of the people cannot seem to reach the "higher ups". We need someone, or a group of someones that can actually grab the attention of these bastards and make a difference. We need Vigilantes because this kind of change could only happen outside of the law. This kind of change can only be done in the shadows. This kind of change can only succeed if it is done outside of the law and with the anonymity that only a vigilante can obtain.

  • Criminals aren't afraid of The Law or its Enforcers

    They need something to fear. A hunter, a relentless predator that will stop at nothing to foil them and ultimately bring them to justice without killing them and more importantly, saving lives. Thus crime should decrease as people are aware that they have a guardian working to safeguard them in conjuction with law enforcement if possible.

  • The bright light in a dark room.

    Vigilantes are the kind of people who put there life on the line protecting the people they care about. Vigilantes only want to clean up their cities and protect the lives in them. Yes, many vigilantes have broken laws to serve and protect, but you need to ask yourself if if you are willing to lose family and friends to criminals that could have been stopped by a person willing to help.

  • Right to protection.

    It makes me sick to think about how many people are killed and raped everyday. The law can't protect everyone, but we can protect each other. It kills me that criminals get out of going to jail each day thanks to lawyers, money, and corruption. A couple years ago a man killed a 2 year old because he was drunk behind the wheel. He DENIED that he was drunk and claimed it a accident. He also refused to take a breathalyzer test so they had no proof, only statements from witnesses. Because of this he is still out of jail, but he is missing a thumb now. Vigilantes took him out to a field, beat him, and cut his thumb off. They should have taken him out for good, but still, he has a permanent reminder that the law won't protect criminals like him from everyone. In a world of 7 and half billion people, we need vigilantes to clean up what the law can't or won't. If you are about to be killed or raped, you should be allowed to fight back not sit their and take it for fear that you'll be prosecuted instead! We can't let criminals think they can get away with whatever they want!

  • It simply works

    If you kill a murderer, he's not ginna kill again.

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  • Think about it.

    We live in the shadow of crime, with the unspoken understanding that, we are victims, of crime, of social impotence. If one man stood up above the rest to show us that the power is, and has always been, in our hands. We are under siege! They would show us that we can resist.

  • Commit a petty crime to solve a huge crime

    The justice system is known to fail hundreds of thousands of people every year. The police have a limit to their authority, where as vigilantes wouldn't. This may sound crazy as you could say vigilantes could 'do what they like' but what I mean is that for example, lets say the police knock on someones door, then ask to search the house but cannot because they dont have a warrant. In this time when the police are trying to get a warrant, what could the suspects be doing? ANYTHING! Vigilantes could just barge straight in and end up solving a murder case for example. Yes for vigilantes, without a shadow of a doubt

  • They help do what others can't.

    Vigilantes do what cops refuse or simply cannot do. Case in point? Cops can't go places without jurisdiction. Vigilantes can. Not to mention that Vigilantes can bust guys that pay off cops. Basically, what I'm trying to say is, is that cops can be bent, in a sense. Vigilantes can't.

  • Viigilante's is a necessity

    To become a vigilante requires self sacrifice and discipline... A vigilante acknowledges the unique responsibility and safety of others above themselves and prepared to die to protect others... Yes, one must practice light and darkness as to understand all they encounter and the decision they make thereof. As such we may learn much from them.... And I vote yes, to vigilante people... But posses the sight, wisdom and intelligence also to understand both paths before making a permanent decision.

  • Vigilantes are not controlable

    No, vigilantes are not able to be controlled. They may decide that a person or people are guilty, when in fact they are not. It is not a correct form of justice and should be avoided. Now the justice system is not perfect and some are wrongly accused or get away on a technicality, but at least a person has some chance of getting a fair trail.

  • Vigilantism Essentially is Police Brutality

    Here is the concept people fail to grasp. Whilst it may not seem like it, when taken too far, vigilantism is police brutality, without consequences. There is a fine line between justice and subjective justice, and unfortunately, many examples of vigilantes fall into the latter category. Perhaps if people showed correct examples of justices, or maybe weren't so violent with their course of action, I would support it. However, that doesn't seem to be the case.

  • No! No more of this!

    Vigilantes claim they're helping when eventually they just do more harm than good. Sooner rather than later they ruin an innocent person's life when they accuse them of a crime they're not even guilty of in the first place. Vigilantism should be illegal and a punishable offense to the fullest extent of the law.

  • Vigilante's are warriors at heart

    They are the souls that feed on injustice, to make the world right again. They are our everyday super hero's for which taking action to "right a wrong" makes them feel alive! Kudos. But nothing has ever been solved by righting a wrong, with violence. Of the people in history, who do we must admire? Those that used violence, or those that used peace?

  • We need this

    Vigilantism needs to be implicated. Not enough is done to ensure our safety as a society. I'm sure we would all love to unlock our doors at night but, with most people. The local Law enforcement doesn't provide enough security. Tell me if you agree on the subject matter. K

  • We need this

    Vigilantism needs to be implicated. Not enough is done to ensure our safety as a society. I'm sure we would all love to unlock our doors at night but, with most people. The local Law enforcement doesn't provide enough security. Tell me if you agree on the subject matter. K

  • Morality over feeling

    It's quite interesting actually. Is it right to kill a murderer? You cannot take the law into your own hands, so no. He or she got away, but someone will punish him. Nevertheless, vigilantes often "overkill" his or hers victims. Surely you cannot kill someone who just stole some money. Also, what if you killed the wrong guy, like what happened in NYPD Red 2 by James Patterson. Sure, someone got killed but police procedures are so advanced that they could pinpoint and document every single fingerprint, and if they fail, God will.

  • Vigilantism is an antisocial phenomenon

    I think vigilantism happens when people doesn't trust in justice. On the other side, vigilantism works as a grat excuse for doing the nastiest things (like lynching people because their gender, race or sexual orientation). We the people approved live under the law in order to prevent subjective justice disposed by angry people.

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