with horses, had their heads cut off, been hanged, been drawn and quartered, sawn in half, and broken with a wheel. The death penalty has been viewed by many people as wrong, while still other people see the death penalty to be acceptable in today s society. The deterrent effect of any punishment depends on how quickly the punishment is applied. The evidence on which Tafero and Jacobs had been convicted and sentenced was identical; it consisted mainly of the perjured testimony of an ex-convict who turned state's witness in order to avoid a death sentence. It seems that hazing - a benefit or burdon some people commit such violent crimes, that they do not deserve the right to live in society.
The last reason the death penalty should remain is that the death penalty can protect. However, there are some things that are rights and as such cannot be revoked. Such rights are inviolable and are free-standing, in that they are not affected by any other consideration. Depending on the crime, and the person's history, in some cases, the death penalty is good. I don't really care if you think it is right or wrong I think it's personal preference I have no feelings either way, but what confuses me is people trying to choose the "humane" way to execute people when at the end of the.
At 5/22/11 06:04 PM, All-American-Badass wrote: I personally support the death penalty.
Various anti-death penalty arguments have been brought forward proclaiming death penalty as wrong and brutal.
Moreover, the opponents of death penalty also claim that if the end result of murder and execution both is the death of an individual, then both are equally wrong and brutal.
I don't see anything wrong with the death penalty.
At the end of 2001, 37 prison systems had 3, 581 prisoners on death row. Had Tafero been alive in 1992, he no doubt would have been released along with Jacobs.41 Tafero's death is probably the clearest case in recent years of the execution of an innocent person. The death penalty has always been and continues to be a very controversial issue. However, if someone put me in some dark hole somewhere for the rest of my life without any reason at all (the law's not involved or anything I would seriously start to question my freedom since I, then never had any choice or opportunity. It's your decision to live by it or not as it is your decision to jump off a cliff or not and risk breaking a leg and dealing with the consequences.
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