Hello, and I hope this will be a fun comeback for me!
So, this debate is about killing is wrong. I mean, a kill is basically taking an innocent life, with the exception of war, they chose to fight. But in a murder, it takes an innocent life. Take Jack the Ripper for example, he murdered prostetutes and ripped their bodies. He did a "good" thing by cleaning up the city, but he still murdered innocent people.
My honest opinion really is that killing is never really wrong. The weaker man dies while the stronger lives another day. Jack the ripper was cleaning up the English filth and yet was never caught. He came up as a murderer but left as a legend. There are plenty people to hire for murder if you know where to look. Although i meant the concept of killing another. To kill someone means to end their life permanently. I don't see why it's morally wrong in society or rather the U.S. today. There are plenty people to hire for murder if you know where to look. We used to hang people that stole from us. People in prison's don't learn unless the crime they committed was not intended. There's plenty of filth that needs cleansing from this world. Why not eradicate it permanently instead of stuffing filth into a building. If they get a life sentence then Kill them. no person would want to stay in a concrete box its torture on the mind. Kill them out of pity and end their own suffering.