Persuasive Speech On The Death Penalty

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They wanted Deborah’s unborn child and nothing was going to stop them from taking it. She already had three healthy, beautiful children and it wasn’t fair. They had been trying to have a baby for years and there she was pregnant with her fourth.

“Just give us the baby when he is born, that’s all we ask! We are willing to pay you for him, two thousand dollars cash!” the man yelled at her while he had a gun pointed at her, they began to grow impatient.

“No! Please, don’t do this! You don’t have to do this. Just leave and no one will know! Please! Just go!” she pleaded with a shaky voice. Her three children sat in the next room listening to their mother beg for mercy.

She wasn’t complying so there was no other choice. A gunshot echoed through the apartment and was followed by another one shortly after, but it wasn’t over yet.

Charles Montaldo, an expert in criminal behaviour and private investigator, reports that the three assailants extracted and kidnapped Deborah Evan’s unborn child, leaving her to die. The three began to panic and were in a hurry to get out of the apartment, but they had to get rid of any possible witnesses. The three searched the apartment in attempt to
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Barry Scheck, the co-founder and co-director of the Innocence Project and a professor at the Cardozo School of Law, goes on to say that the when looking at the costs and benefits of the death penalty the same conclusion is reached, either way the inmate will die inside the prison. He also factors in the possibility of executing an innocent person. These statements are true, however, many people who prefer life without parole do not fully understand the life these inmates will have. They falsely imagine that sadistic killers experience punishments worse than death. Many people have a twisted view and understanding of how a prison runs and how these murders are treated

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