Capital Punishment: For With out the death penalty families of murder victims would be debt a double blow. Many families feel that the only justice they could is having the murder put on death row. In the book ‘Rights ‘ by louis Mans or there was a case where a girl had both her murdered, the book reads ‘She cries every day, she doesn’t sleep through a single night and she thinks apart of her died too. She doesn’t find much joy on anything.’ Don’t you think is a moral obligation to her, and her family, and it would also bring justice to society to put the criminal on Death Row. These kind of people get enjoyment out of hurting and killing. Just look at Richard Allen Davis, Poly Classes murder.
First he admits to killing Poly, and then he made an gesture with his hands to million of people of on tv. And Finally to make every thing worse, when he gets to make a statement, he claimed that poly told him that her dad abused her. This statement out raged many people, including Mr. Clauss.
Just sit here and think how he feels. His daughter was just brutally murdered… and on top of all this he has to control his rage in the court room. Put your self in shoes for a minute, would you really want this man back on the streets on parole for good behavior in prison.
Would you find any relief in knowing he is locked up in a comfy jail cell with cable tv, and relieving a chance for parole in 20 or so years. No this man needs to be on death row, awaiting execution. Rehabilitation isn’t used on death row because the criminals have found to be a future risk to society, but if there was no Death Penalty do you think a man like Richard Allen Davis could possibly be rehabilitated under the current inmate program. It isn’t likely. Only 10% of people in the program are rehabilitated, these criminals are just to dangerous to be put back on the street. The majority of the time they commit a second crime.
... crimes, ranging from murder (Exodus 21: 12 'Anyone who strikes a man and kills him shall surely be put to death.' ) to fornication (Deuteronomy ... never be rectified. Between 1973 and 1993, at least 48 people on death row were released after they were found to be innocent. ... Bureau of Justice stated that more than one-half of people the people on death row are of color. Race and the crime are a ...
The only kind of rehab criminals relieve on death row, is care. They are exam end to see if they are sane enough to be executed. So this shows what kind of people we are dealing with. The only 100% rehabilitation is execution. Not one of those criminals ever comite d another crime.