The death penalty is certainly a deterrent within the prison system correction officers’ are the last line of defense between the civilized and the uncivilized allowing the uncivilized to have a sense that there is no ultimate price to pay for a killing inside a prison is insane. The death penalty is a government program – a legal act of “revenge” after death there is no more punishment for the offender many offenders want to die rather than spend years in prison.
Jesus christ: let your ‘yes’ mean ‘yes,’ and your ‘no’ mean ‘no’ anything more is from the evil one matthew 5:37 every now and then i see a tweet in my timeline about the death penalty now i’ve always been indifferent to and have had respect for both sides on the issue. Yes, we want to make sure there is accountability for crime and an effective deterrent in place however, the death penalty has a message of you killed one of us, so we'll kill you the state is actually using a murder to punish someone who committed a murder. Yes there should be yes because if there was a death penalty in place there would be less murder/rape etc happening there would be higher consequences at stake and would make them think twice about doing it.
The supreme court struck the latest blow against the death penalty yesterday, holding that the mentally retarded cannot be executed this follows in the wake of illinois' moratorium on the death penalty. One fact is that crime rate is lower in states where there is no death penalty conclusion = the fear of the death penalty has no deterrent on crime states with the death penalty actually have higher crime rates because the death penalty a brutalizes society by inspiring more acts of violence. The death penalty is incompatible with human rights and human dignity the death penalty violates the right to life which happens to be the most basic of all human rights it also violates the right not to be subjected to torture and other cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment. Yes death penalty is murder, and yes there are some people who make mistakes who shouldn't get the death penalty but this guy was a known risk to society and even in jail tried killing someone spare a life today, lose many lives tomorrow.
The death penalty takes often too long to be treated and requires too much money, time and effort putting someone in prison for the rest of life can be more of a penalty this barbarian method of saying you kill me, i kill you would lead us to be an incredible selfish society based on immoral values. The cornell center on the death penalty worldwide was founded with a grant from the atlantic philanthropies the death penalty worldwide database was created in partnership with the world coalition against the death penalty and with financial support from the european union. The death penalty was removed from peacetime law by the national assembly in august 2002, and in may 2004 turkey amended its constitution in order to remove capital punishment in all circumstances it ratified protocol no 13 to the european convention on human rights in february 2006.
California’s death row population accounts for about 670 people to pay for these people alone its cost about 633 million dollars ( ) that is not account for all the other prisoners that have received life in prison with no parole.
By charles cauchon on october 16, 2013 - 12:43pm ‘’ an other chance to end death penalty,’’ i choose an article called ‘’ an other chance to end death penalty,’’ it was published in the washington post this year, in januarythis article highlights that the death penalty should be abolish from maryland state. New jersey's commission on the death penalty this year dismissed the body of knowledge on deterrence as inconclusive but the ferocious argument in academic circles could eventually spread to a wider audience, as it has in the past.
Yes on the death penalty shared bato bato sa langit, ang tamaan wag magalit's post august 10 at 4:14 pm bato bato sa langit, ang tamaan wag magalit added 2 new photos. What gets little notice, however, is a series of academic studies over the last half-dozen years that claim to settle a once hotly debated argument — whether the death penalty acts as a deterrent to murder the analyses say yes they count between three and 18 lives that would be saved by the execution of each convicted killer.