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    All I know is that if you lose an eye for every crime you commit, then you probably aren't gonna commit more than two.
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    How is Tito supposed to fight the CL theif with a cracked skull, detatched retina, broken shoulder balde, severed spinal cord, and a chipped tooth? These are serious injuries we are talking about! This guy would beat him to a living death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Donosaur View Post
    All I know is that if you lose an eye for every crime you commit, then you probably aren't gonna commit more than two.
    Detering repeat offenders =/= detering crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Dirten View Post
    I'm not a religious person... but the "good book" does have some good lessons... chief amongst those in my opinion are "an eye for an eye"...
    That quote is actually from the older, Hebrew law, and is literally directly refuted in the New Testament. Christ literally states not to use that as a doctrine to follow, as man is inherently unjust and flawed, and thus ill-equipped to judge one another. I'm not overtly religious either, so I don't know chapter and verse, but it's somewhere in the middle of Matthew, somewhere near the "turn the other cheek" stuff.

    I was raised Catholic and found that particular verse hypocritically misused so often that it stuck in my head.



    On this stuff, I think the guy probably bought it legally, although someone else might have stolen it and stashed it. But if it's stolen, Tito should just have to produce a police report and get his stuff back. Right now, it's just hearsay, and Tito has proven to be an unreliable witness often enough to cast any of his statements into doubt.

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    Definitely.

    Legal purchase and receipt of stolen goods may not constitute a punishable/chargeable crime but it certainly does negate the buyer's rights of ownership.

    HOWEVER, if Tito has received ANY insurance settlement for a claim on the items he is SOL as he has turned ownership over to the insurance company through his agreement to settle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Dirten View Post
    And I won't go down that tangent with you... because that is not the point of the post... but!!!!

    Just HAVE to express my AGREEMENT with you on this issue.

    I'm not a religious person... but the "good book" does have some good lessons... chief amongst those in my opinion are "an eye for an eye".

    Wonder what the statistics on beatings/rapes/murders would be... if the perpatrators were met with EXACTLY what they dish out?

    Ok... back on topic...

    Tito catches a LOT of crap (and most of it stemming from the crap that comes out of his mouth) but I gotta say that I still think Tito is a LEGEND in the sport and I wish him nothing but success in and out of the cage.
    So I hope he finds a way to get his stuff back.
    An eye for an eye is hammurabi's code not the Bible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCold48 View Post
    An eye for an eye is hammurabi's code not the Bible.
    Lol......I believe you would find it in both and that would lead you to believe that Moses adopted Hammurabi's Code for portions of the "Law."
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    Lol......I believe you would find it in both and that would lead you to believe that Moses adopted Hammurabi's Code for portions of the "Law."
    Oh I was referring to Matthew's Gospel when he says something along the lines of "you have heard of an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth but I say do not resist the ones who are evil"

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    Look up "lex talionis" and you will find a plethora of information on the concept and where it is found.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    Definitely.

    Legal purchase and receipt of stolen goods may not constitute a punishable/chargeable crime but it certainly does negate the buyer's rights of ownership.

    HOWEVER, if Tito has received ANY insurance settlement for a claim on the items he is SOL as he has turned ownership over to the insurance company through his agreement to settle.
    i have a friend who bought some pricey tool on line.
    his "friend" breaks in to his shop steals said tool & pawns it (under his own name too) so my friend find the tool does a police report only to find out nothing can be done because it turns out Shane had bought a stolen tool

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