Should Death Penalty Deter Crime?

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Death Penalty should deter crimes! Have you ever thought about what the death penalty does or how it makes people think differently? The book, Capitol Punishment, by Adam Marzilli it explains the death penalty makes crimes decrease in the United States. In the magazine, Will death sentence put an end to Human Trafficking, by Beijing Review explains that the human trafficking could stop, or at least decrease. In the newspaper, New York Times, Death Penalty Assumes New Political Overtones, Years after If Bedeviled Democrats. On the website, the Ultimate Punishment: A Defence, by Ernest Van den Haag explains the harsh punishment and also the average number and suffering, also justice. In the newspaper, Studies Confirm: Death Penalties Deter …show more content…
He Yong said “human traffickers make money by selling children and adults.” Instead of families they go looking for children on the curb to buy; most common for families who can 't conceive. China has a law for trafficking human. The government has options to help poor families to prevent people to have the option to sell or trade their offspring or children. Zhang Limei who talks on “Yanzhao Evening News” says ‘people who trafficked women or children should get sentenced to five years of imprisonment, but extreme trafficking should get capital punishment.” Wu Longgui from Henan Business Daily says :1 million people have agreed to the proposal for the death sentence for all human traffickers on WeChat.” He thinks the children being trafficked and receive help. Zhu Quingjan also recognises that the death penalty is limited and it shouldn 't be used for that.(Beijing …show more content…
Most states have “anti-death penalty zones.” An Alabama prosecutor said he looked at Ray Hinton and just by looking at him he was guilty. The latest news were the cases was faulty or nonexistent. Governor Gary said “it was a little bit gruesome.” Utah says shooting a man/women “at close range” is more humane than lethal injections. All of the medical terms for lethal injections are uncomfortable with them. Lethal injection contrary to the hippocratic oath (“first do no harm”). In the future juries won 't give death sentences; the societies, and the social will remain normal. President Obama will leave office in 2017, and he says the death penalty will “be the verge of

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