The Death Penalty: The Reasons Of The Death Punishment?

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Murderers, thieves, and criminals all could receive the Death Penalty regarding on how bad the victims’ case was or what state and country the crime was committed in. It does not matter the age or the type of murder, if someone has so much evil in their heart that it leads them to kill someone then it will most likely happen again. For example, Charles Manson killed up to thirty five people and was always released from prison because of lack of evidence. On January of 1971 he was convicted of first degree murder. Manson was suppose to receive the death penalty, but this was automatically commuted to life in prison because California’s Supreme Court invalidated the Death Penalty. In 2012, Manson was denied parole for the twelfth time. Manson was released from prison many times and continued killing innocent people. The Death Penalty should remain in each state where people like Charles Manson does not keep getting away with killing innocent people. Some people believe that the Death Penalty should not exist. Some people’s outlook over the death penalty is that it …show more content…
They believe that if someone can take a life then their life deserves to be taken. “The death penalty is a humane method of punishing brutal killers.” (Capital Punishment). Neither age nor the maturity level of a young adult should matter in an investigation of a murder case. Someone’s “punishment should be based not on age but on the severity of the crime.” (Juvenile Death Penalty). In 1977, Texas adopted the new method of execution, the Lethal Injection. On December 7, 1982, Texas became the first state to use lethal injection to carry out capital punishment. Some would agree that the lethal injection is better because it is not painful at all, and it is fast. Although others, that are also for the Death Penalty, would say that hanging them after they committed a murdering crime may lead to less crimes and less killings in the far

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