Why are people this fascinated with crime and the fanciful methods to portray it? Does this say something about the voyeuristic nature of people? Does it ring a bell of the destruction of communities that happens by "normalizing" crime in primetime entertainment? Ponder that for a second... entertainment. Crime as entertainment. That is a moral degradation of society. I get that I, a person in prison, don't have any room to talk about the subject because it sounds hypocritical, but I want you to know that if crime entertains you, it entertains those in here who refuse to see the moral high ground and rehabilitate. If network television executives had a soul, they'd end every program showcasing community destruction and celebrate something far more positive (education shows would be a great place to start). And if the people who add to the Nielsen ratings could find better things to watch, they might put more programming on that would influence the prison population to do better. If you want to celebrate policing and the justice system, pay your taxes and follow your state legislation closely. Just food for thought...
by Rory Andes
Society's moral compass needs a tune-up...
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