People should be able to see murderers and rapists and peedophiles and terrorists all be executed. I don't think that they should be held in a public area but you should be able to watch it on TV or the internet . It would stop people committing those crimes .
I personally think that capital punishment is a crime
deterrent. When people see that crime
has real consequences, they may be less likely to participate in criminal
activity. I think that if a criminal is
truly guilty, that he loses his rights to privacy and shouldn’t be protected by
the government. They should broadcast
these executions on the internet.
In the old days, people would gather around the town square or the arena to watch people being put to death as punishment. It did nothing but stoke the violent streak of the general public. We do not want to turn an execution into a popular sport that people watch on tv with beer and chips.
Executions should only be seen by the executioner and the family. No matter what they did, There is no reason to fill the desires of people to watch them die. This is a very awful thing and I hope it does not become a legal thing and stays the way it is.
Imagine if a kid stumbles across the channel where they are producing the execution. What will the kid think? What sort of ideas will the kid think about? Not only is it inappropriate for kids to watch but for adults to watch too. This should not be exposed to the internet society but, it deserves to be a thing between the family members. Definitely not with the public looking at it.
If people really feel the need to know that certain criminals have been executed, they should be allowed to read about it on the Internet. Could you imagine a child finding a live execution being broadcast on television? Or the amount of trauma that would be associated with said event? Execution is someone's life. It shouldn't be broadcast all over television. Although the criminal may deserve it, sitting around the TV to watch someone literally die is not only disrespectful, and distasteful, but immoral. All these people getting off from someone being killed? Gathering around with friends and family as one does with football or movies?
It teaches people that this sort of violence, literal death, is something to rave over. It would only make people more violent, and newer generations would no longer view the loss of life as a big deal because they're so used to just watching it on TV every so often.
It wouldn't stop criminals from committing crimes, they know that they will get punished. Seeing real people get killed may just ignite the fire to commit terrible crimes even more.