There are two court cases, which are presently trending in the news, that do pay justice to why some crimes should never be forgiven altogether. One of these trending court cases is the very recent Isla Vista six college students shootings at the hands of a mentally disturbed young man. Should this shooter one day be forgiven of his murder of these innocent students? The answer is definitely no. Despite the fact that he is alleged to be mentally ill, he still does deserve to be punished to the fullest extent of the law, and part of this punishment is to never ever let society forget that he carried out this crime. Elliot Rodger, 22, should never be someone who would be eligible for a felony expungement of his criminal record. He not only shot down three people fatally, he also stabbed three others to death at his own apartment, not very long before he went out on his killing rampage near the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Another court case that is also, trending right now is no other than that of, the case of serial killer Kermit Gosnell. Kermit Gosnell has been dubbed one of the most prolific of all serial killers in American history. What Kermit Gosnell did to seven infants was totally barbaric in nature, and this action is also, something which will never make him eligible for a felony expungement either. He is without a doubt, truly a monster, for having had taken the lives of many babies who were born after failed abortions went haywire. Despite the fact that Gosnell was charged last April with seven charges of murder for the lives of infants he took at his abortion clinic. He still is alleged to have snuffed out the lives of close to 100 babies in a very gruesome way. This estimation is according to a clinic worker.