The Los Angeles BB Murder Cases . By: Kimberlynn Lee. By Nisioisin . Original Concept by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. Born 1981 Japanese novelist and manga writer Nisio's work is characterized by references to other novels, as well as parodies of famous manga series.
The Los Angeles BB Murder Cases
By: Kimberlynn Lee
Original Concept by TsugumiOhba and Takeshi Obata
Kimberlynn Lee and MitzyDever
Even though BB is the antagonist, I consider him my favorite character. L is actually my favorite but there aren’t many details about him in this book. Just the way he acts is so bizarre and humorous at times. I find it interesting that in his goal to surpass L, he completely disregards his life.
Least Favorite Character
The penalty or sentence of death for committing a crime
What are your choices?
Why is this important?
"We kill people to show people that killing people is wrong.“
“It is not morally okay to rape rapists, is it acceptable to execute murderers?”
“An eye for an eye."
Many people are arguing about the death penalty and there will probably never be a concrete answer.
Executing a murderer is stopping him from killing anymore people
Execution is the easy way out
Death is the worst punishment
We’re just paying the government to supply murderers with free food and shelter in jail
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