Books by Denis Muller (Author of Journalism Ethics for the Digital Age)
Eye for an eye: Iranian man sentenced to be blinded for acid attack
Black British. African American. Snapshots of lives, snapshots of experiences of protest; violence vs non-violence, direct action vs demonstrations, ear for eye follows characters navigating their way through society today. Theatre Dialogue Club: ear for eye Thu 22 Nov 7. Co-hosted by Maddy Costa and Rhiannon Armstrong.
Weekly pseudo-court program in which Judge "Extreme Akim" Anastopoulo awards different forms of revenge to the guilty litigant. Movies, documentries,episodes and TV shows that are good! Judge Extreme Akim: Today, justice is a baseball bat.
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Eye for an Eye is a fictitious court show, that was "presided" over by former prosecutor Akim Anastopoulo. Anastopoulo is known on the court show by nickname Judge "Extreme Akim". - Eye for an eye , in law and custom, the principle of retaliation for injuries or damages.
The moral foundation of punishment is a problematic issue which has prompted several competing views. A biblical perspective is anchored in the principle of retribution: punishment is deserved in proportion to the seriousness of an offence. However, the biblical endorsement of retribution is qualified and carefully nuanced. The fundamental aim is not to inflict suffering on offenders but to reassert the existence of the moral order that governs human life. That moral order emphasises the connections between justice, right relationships and seeking after community well-being. For this reason, punishment should normally aim both at making reparation to victims and at restoring offenders into the community. Taken together these priorities highlight shortcomings in our criminal justice system and suggest directions for reform.