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  • Yes death Penalty is humane

    According to me once a criminal is always a criminal. Leaving a criminal with monitoring will most probably lead to that criminal repeating the crime. Its much more humane to kill a person at once than to give him slow poison by asking him to live in seclude for life long.

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  • Well everyone should die

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  • Yes, I'ts more humane than than incarceration.

    When animals are too old to be useful or will have a harder we put them down. Back in the day this was done with a gun to the head and today with lethal injections which make sure the person being killed isn't feeling too much pain. However when in prison they rot, will most likely be back in prison because they wont't be hired again when released most likely. May get raped or hurt by other inmates who are most likely just trying to survive by forming a tribe of sorts where they are the leader. Prisons also give minimal food, water and release from cells. All this to teach prisoners to fear the government and what it can do should you actively cross it. Which means they are more likely to come back to prison because they trust government establishments less. Or commit worse crimes should they feel it's more rewarding to commit crimes. Those that don't go back to prison and have experienced fairly few problems weren't really all that criminal to begin with. Prisons are their own countries ruled by Darwinism. Where people don't come out with some kind of trauma or horror story if they went to anything higher than a low security prison.

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  • The death penalty is most definitely humane.

    It is humane because rotting away in a jail cell is completely wrong. People in solitary confinement or life in prison do not enjoy a happy life but have serious psychological problems during their time. The death penalty is better than confinement because of the way the prisoner is treated and cared for because they are able to be free.

  • Yes it is Humane

    People just don't understand that some people just deserve to die. Id like to see the people who say "no" still say no when their children get molested or killed or even both. You guys are looking at it from a standard point of view. But the people who are looking at it more scientifically are the ones who are saying yes. Sure the bible says you shouldnt kill another human but have you ever seen somebody actually follow every rule of the bible i think not.

  • Of course it is!

    Do you think that keeping someone in a cage for their entire life, exposed to violent attacks from other inmates, spending nearly an entire day at a time in solitary, while supported by the taxes of their victims is humane? They can never be released into society and can never have a realistic life. They are nothing but a burden and serve no purpose. We would spare a dog such a life, but not humans. It's foolish.

  • It is humane.

    The bible says that any human who kills another human deserves to be killed himself.

    An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.

    If a dog attacks a person or even another dog it is put down. So should it not be the same for people.

    Hopefully that can shed some eight on the topic

  • Whether it is humane is not the question

    I do not support the death penalty simply because it gives the government the right to kill someone legally. There are certainly people in this world who deserve to die, but I'd rather they be lynched by a mob than "lethally injected" by the government. Why give unnecessary power to the corrupt. Also, there comes the question of whether the person is actually guilty. Overall, I think the cons outweigh the pros.

  • Not Humane But Can Serve As A Deterrent If Done Properly

    No, the death penalty is not humane, as it isn't humane to kill any human being in any circumstance. It is wrong on a fundamental level because it authorizes the government to do what it does not permit its citizens to do (intentionally taking human life).

    However, the death penalty can serve as a deterrent to crime if done properly. The problem is we don't do it properly in America. It needs to be swift and obvious if it is to serve as a deterrent. As it is, it doesn't resonate with anyone who is considering a capital crime.

  • The death of a single innocent person makes the death penalty inhumane

    The death penalty has been responsible for the death of many innocent people as well as people handed a sentence that didn't fit the level of the crime. Life imprisonment has the distinct advantage that it can lead to liberation if new evidence uncovers innocence. In a country where it is still possible to be put to death based on witness testimony, the weakest form of evidence, this penalty should not be allowed.

    The idea behind prisons should be to separate dangerous individuals from society. Taking someone's life goes beyond that and we should not allow ourselves or institutions to have such power.

  • NO it is nor humane

    The death penalty is not humane for many reasons such as religious reasons, ethical reasons, and it gives the government the right to do what they tell you not to do. If the government are trying to lead by example no wonder there are so many mass murders these days.

  • NO it is nor humane

    The death penalty is not humane for many reasons such as religious reasons, ethical reasons, and it gives the government the right to do what they tell you not to do. If the government are trying to lead by example no wonder there are so many mass murders these days.

  • Well everyone should die

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  • It is morally wrong

    Just because it doesn't fill up the jails doesn't mean that we should kill people. Thou shall not kill. From the bible. I think that it is stupid for someone to get killed for no good reason. I think that it is unethical to kill someone. Whats is the point.

  • Are you sure he's guilty?

    <<<<<<<<<< thats all id like to say. Are you absolutely sure he's guilty. Or are people just assuming. Say if the death penalty was going on, and you killed someone who you assumed was guilty. If he turned out innocent, you can't rewind your mistake, where as if there in jail, you can simply take them out. No one deserves to die, even if they made a really big and nasty mistake..

  • No, the death penalty is not humane.

    The death penalty is not humane, and it is not meant to be. It's meant to be a deterrent to crime, whether or not it works, and a punishment. However, the death penalty has changed to try to be as humane as possible. It used to be done by such painful means as hanging, then by electric chair; now more states are turning to lethal injection, in an effort to make it as physically painless as possible.


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