What's the least extreme scenario in which Murder is acceptable?

Posted by: BblackkBbirdd

The ones with the * where true motives for murder. I'm interested to see how people will react to some of the absurd reasons people have come up with from murdering someone. I didn't add any with said the perpetrator was suffering from mental health issues.

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*To avenge a friend or family member

Many examples.
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Because you felt like it

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Murder is never acceptable

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*Over a parking spot

Many examples.
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*Over $5

29th October 2011.
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*So you can steal 80 hair extensions from a salon

March 17th, 2011.
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*Over possession of a remote control

Feb, 11th 2011. This is the one of the most disturbing motives for murder from my source due to the ages of the victim and perpetrator. I wasn't sure whether to add this one because it seemed too trivial a motivation for a sane person to shot thei... r sister   more
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*Because they made you drop your food (Chicken Tikka)

December, 11th 2010.
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*Because they stole something from you

Many examples.
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*Because they might have stolen something from you

Many examples.
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FearTheBeard1 says2014-04-17T08:16:28.1480390-05:00
Take a chapter out of what Brazil mobs do to criminals and you will see that America really is quite civilized by comparison.
guntherstauffenberg says2014-04-17T11:06:01.9269411-05:00
Fear: But comparing other country's barbarism doesn't excuse your country or culture that has been established. That is a weak approach like a child saying, "Well Jimmy did it , too" What did Mom say? "I don't care about what Jimmy does, I care about YOU". How far are Americans willing to keep pushing the line back to let horrid acts fit in to the culture? Until there is no bounds? I'm just saying it is an interesting thought.

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