Edward Koch Death And Justice Analysis
usually seen through other writers’ works.Despite all the counter arguments that the death penalty was “barbaric” and should not be used, Koch (1985) disagreed and argued that the death penalty should be used and a fully supported policy by the justice system.
Throughout the article, Koch (1985) …show more content…
Koch uses many life examples and cases within the text to be an eyeopener for viewers to gain an insight into his reasoning, Using his style of writing and attacking each of the top arguments against the penalty is quite effective, He targets each of the points and is able to explain that each of them come with their own flaws. Koch stands firm to defend the victims who lost their lives to killers. This article is a small patron to each life lost, and is a beacon to keep the death penalty alive and running to put an end to the life of a coldblooded