What Is Death Penalty?

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Death Penalty
Death penalty is one of the main focuses nationwide in Untied States, becoming the issue of those who killed another person should be judged to death or not. John K, Locke once said “where there is no law there is no freedom”. And that is the main focus on this subject whether the rule of an eye for an eye should be conformed or not. Where the laws become changeable a lot of villains who did not care about punishment, lost their morality and accept their right of doing harm to others. Violent crimes in 2012 where 10,189,902 in the United States of America, between rape, murder etc, Americans are debating whether to go easy on those criminals by death penalty and if it is a civilized way or not; however, human life worth are not
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Death penalty is a way of narrowing of those with aggrieve bad habits like serial killers, if Matthew was right and what he want become true serial killers will be on the loose. Many valid points from writers who oppose death have been disagree on, like putting them in jail for life sentence will be the easy way for them which is not true, prison is the hell on earth even if that murderer is sorry for what he did he will live his hall life thinking about what he did in cell, and if is he not sorry government will save a lot of money spending on those …show more content…
While the killer mind is motivated and lost control killers will fear to be in the same place as their victims. Believing that killer will not kill again it childish thoughts and protecting the offender from the victim it is not just what it is right or wrong anymore instead it is against humanity by living a life free from killers, also it’s a mercy on those who commit murder. Richard Roszkowski convicted killer of “man a mother and her daughter 9 years old”, he plead guilty and plead to the death row, the grad father of the 9 years old child said “"I want that same fear to stay with him as he sits in his little room waiting to die,"”, that is how family would feel if they lost to a murderer, stopping that murderer from killing and wish for his granddaughter to have some ending.
David B. Muhlhausen, Ph.D. in his article The Death Penalty Deters Crime and Saves Lives explain the way death penalty stops killers from commit more killing. David said “Numerous studies published over the past few years, using panel data sets and sophisticated social science techniques, are demonstrating that the death penalty saves lives.”. dived explain that the majority in the United States

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