Amazon.com Widgets
  • People are People

    Everybody makes a mistake here and there...And yes I understand that committing a crime is lot bigger than making a stupid mistake. But they are still people and we need to treat them equally. I also understand why people say no, because they will just screw up again. But only some will. So it is technically a big stereotype.

  • People are People

    Everybody makes a mistake here and there...And yes I understand that committing a crime is lot bigger than making a stupid mistake. But they are still people and we need to treat them equally. I also understand why people say no, because they will just screw up again. But only some will. So it is technically a big stereotype.

  • U weirdos should be in jail

    First of all we need to ask the prisoners if they need rights for a reason because what if they go back to humanity happy.Why does this matter? Because if they aren't happy when back to humanity they'll commit more crimes and they wont learn anything from jail.Besides why does this survey even matter

  • No one learns

    If the police men didn’t I force the law inside of the prison/jail then they’d never learn and in a way, they’d be breaking the law. By witnessing the crime being done, they can go to jail because that would make them an accomplice. If the prisoners were put in jail/prison without any rules/rights, when they are released and their sentence is done, they’d come out and do the same harm they did in jail/prison because those restrictions were not enforced.

  • They are still human

    If you have been put in jail, you have been put for committing a huge crime. What are these crimes based upon though? Yes, they are indeed put into jail for abusing another living human’s rights. Isn’t it quite hypocritical to jail someone for doing these things then do it to them as well? Ask yourself that before scrolling down...

  • Humans deserve humanity

    The other side of this page dangerously views criminals as 'other' or fundamentally 'bad' people. While of course detainees should be punished for breaking a social contract (i.E. Conform to the laws of the state in return for protection), stripping away even basic rights runs a serious risk of increasing re-offence and stripping away the likelihood of prisoner rehabilitating and rejoining society as normal citizens once again, as treating offenders as useless "wastes of oxygen" is hardly a constructive way to support an offender. A system of rehabilitation, rather than base retribution has been proven to work throughout the world, be it Denmark, Norway or Singapore, and as such it should be taken as a given that prisoners are entitled to rights as citizens of their mother nation, lest we resign ourselves to a permanent population of disgruntled, poorly treated detainees. As to the argument that they are wastes of state money and time, the overall cost of a few years in prison will never outweigh the benefits of a life free from crime- those who see criminals as lesser should step down from their ivory towers and help those in need: treating our fellow citizens with the rights they deserve is where this process must begin

  • They shouldn't have rights? Hmm...

    Okay everyone says, "well they made crimes therefore they should pay." Right, but most of those prisoners are going to get out of jails in a few months or years, so they are coming back to society. Don't you think that they are more likely to become WORSE than what they went in for. The reason they are going to be worse is because we treated them like an animal therefore when they get out, they're going to want revenge. The purpose of prison is to time them out and give them a hard time, with rights, so that they think about what they did and realize that they did wrong and they're going to learn from that lesson. People in jail are in there because they don't think they fit in society. They commit crimes because they have nothing to lose. If prison makes them feel like people, and they get to reflect during the time they were in, they are way more likely to go back to society and become part of it.

  • Yes they should be allowed to vote

    They should be allowed for their decisions and who to chose to run the country and their decisions for their country it will be a lower vote turnout and that is taking away there human rights they are still apart of the society and should be eligible to participate in the elections

  • They are people

    PEOPLE HAVE RIGHTS, PRISONERS ARE PEOPLE, SO PRISONERS HAVE RIGHTS . They should keep their rights even though they well they broke a rule and obviously have to be punished. But why should we have a jail at all? We should do community service instead of being stuck in jail.

  • Cjbwifvbweuffgseyf fcjbedbfwe ghdasufbdwebfu

    Cksdjivcdbhfwebfui bfbhwefbw bfwebfbw jhbfhwebf j c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c cc c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c ccc c cc

  • They Deprived Someone Else of Their Rights!

    By committing a crime, lets say murder, the criminal has actually deprived that other person of their rights. Why should the criminal be entitled to rights when they sabotaged someone else’s rights? Criminal should not be allowed rights, they should be kept behind bars away from society where they can‘t harm the public.

  • They had a fair chance. They blew it.

    You have to be pretty bad to earn a spot in prison. They started life with a chance to change their circumstances for the better. They decided to take risky route. Everyone knows murder (for example) is wrong. A murderer knows that before he/she kills. They do it anyway. They had a fair chance. They blew it. Why should people who purposely broke the law have rights?

  • They are #SORRYnotSORRY

    Prisoners got there for a reason. As long as they have the basic needs, they should have no rights. How do you tell if they are sorry or not? And plus, if they got out of it because they were sorry, everyone could lie and say they are sorry. Who cares if they're sorry or not? OF COURSE YOU'RE SORRY NOW DEAR, YOU'RE IN PRISON FOR GOODNES'S SAKES. Ya know, not to be offensive... :(

  • They are #SORRYnotSORRY

    Prisoners got there for a reason. As long as they have the basic needs, they should have no rights. How do you tell if they are sorry or not? And plus, if they got out of it because they were sorry, everyone could lie and say they are sorry. Who cares if they're sorry or not? OF COURSE YOU'RE SORRY NOW DEAR, YOU'RE IN PRISON FOR GOODNES'S SAKES. Ya know, not to be offensive... :(

  • Prisoners do not deserve rights!

    They have killed, raped, offended society, why would we give them rights. They did the wrong thing so they deserve hell. Are we gonna give them rights (then everyone would go commit crimes). HELL NO. No rights for the prisoners. The CO's at the prison can take out their batons and start smashing up the prisoners.

  • Yes they should

    The victims of these monsters deserve more justice than a few years behind bars, the victims would never be the same again- prisoners SHOULD lose their rights its the only way there is fair justice. I would lock them in a dungeon for the rest of their lives and make them starve.

  • Yes they should

    The victims of these monsters deserve more justice than a few years behind bars, the victims would never be the same again- prisoners SHOULD lose their rights its the only way there is fair justice. I would lock them in a dungeon for the rest of their lives and make them starve.

  • They broke the Law

    They lost their rights when they committed the crime, whether it be theft, rape, murder, hacking, etc. Why waste gov't resources making sure that criminals have porn? Look up Art Hartsock for the reference. Or a Satanic Bible, for Pete's sake? It costs $177 annually to feed a prisoner a religious diet, yet they sue to get one, just so they can eat well. It is a waste of money.

  • Lost their rights when crime was committed!!!!!!!

    Have you had anyone raped? Look at what it does to them, lose ambition, scared of every noise, depressed. However the prisoners are care free living with everything but their freedom. I don't understand the logic of anyone thinking they still have rights in prison. Why don't we take the money we're wasting on these disgusting, waste of good air, and use it to help our homeless, or better yet our vets?

  • I dont think so

    They are bad people who deserve no happiness. If they were later found innocent there is a chance to apologise but prisoners commit crimes and if they have rights they won't change. I don't see a problem with guards beating them up or living in poor conditions. It serves them right and makes them know how thier victim feels. Honestly they are not humans they are morons who dont deserve to live. I hate that they get their cloths and food by tax, so we pay for the dumb animals stuff. Make them work hard and let them starve.


Leave a comment...
(Maximum 900 words)
No comments yet.