No human being has the right to take the life of another. We call that murder. Taking the life of somebody that you believe to have murdered somebody else does not bring the murdered person back. It just murders another person. The Death Penalty is just a dramatic way for Americans to play God and continue their superiority complex, in the belief that they alone are the most liberal, evolved country. Nothing could be further from the truth. Liberalism connotes freedom. Planned execution has nothing to do with freedom and the American states that still plug this line of thinking. It boils down to the fact that no human being has the right to kill another. Period.
Nowadays capital punishment or death penalty isn't that effective that it was two hundred years ago. It is because now people are more educated and intelligent to understand that a murder still is a human and that if you agree with death penalty we become murders too. Most people think that even more terrible punishment is to be sentenced for life.
Many taxpayers across america pay police officials to which some of these officials are in charge of the death penalty. So we are paying people who take someones lives. The death penalty should be abolished or your a murderer too. If you pay them to kill them you are part of the murder of the man or woman who received this penalty
While going to prison for stealing something allows him to learn his lesson by basically not wanting to go back there, a person that murders someone for a reason or no reason they most likely are put to death and learn absolutely nothing because they are no longer alive to learn from their mistake. Even though you kill the person there are still many murders happening all over the world.
Impact: If death penalties don’t change the minds of murderers we must abolish the death penalty and create a new system that will be more effective in stopping murders.
Although the argument is not simple, what is simple is that the death penalty violates basic Human Rights. Taking a person's life no matter which way looked upon is murder. Murder is clearly a violation of all rights. Why should our government promote something that violates our rights? As kids, weren't we taught that two rights don't make a right? So does killing someone because they killed another person make it right? I think not!
Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that "everyone has the right to life." It doesn't matter if someone is a murderer. We do not kill them. You sentence them to Life Without Parole instead. This way, you are able to uphold human rights and can also stop terrorists from becoming martyrs. Also, occasionally, innocent people are found guilty.
The death penalty does NOT act as a deterrent. Studies have found that states in America with the death penalty do not have a lower murder rate than states without the death penalty - in fact, the murder rate is higher! It is also more expensive to hold a prisoner on Death Row, and that extra money could be spent on education or health.
When we murder murderers, we become murderers ourselves. This is one of the many reasons why the United States is the worst possible industrialized country to live in these days. All life is precious, no matter what people do with their life. All people who agree with the death penalty are brutal sadists who don't give a crap about how precious life really is. Maybe when they're on deathrow will they see the truth.
The US Should abolish the death penalty. Only 17 states thus far have abolished this ridiculous form of punishment. I understand that cold blooded killers, rapists, etc. should die, but it is NOT our right to kill them. The main reason this should be abolished is because innocent people have been killed by means of death at the hands of our government, in which other then the appeals system, had no means of avoiding it. It's like trapping an animal in a cage and the animal knowing it will die. Not only that, but common! Our legal system? Really? No one in our legal system should be able to sentence anyone to death. Mainly, a person being innocent or guilty is based on how well their lawyer argues their position.
What if your mom or dad that killed someone; would you want them to die; I would hope not; the death penalty is very stupid and they should get rid of it; Maybe they had it for a reason B. S. But now in the USA they don't need it; They defiantly should get rid of it!
We know that killing someone is harsh but I think that killing someone after they just murdered someone is not right I think they should murder them for very serious things also who knows you might have the wrong person and then an innocent life is killed just as someone else. And to me killing an innocent person is murder.
I think that if a person murders another person that person has to die, murderers should not be allowed to stay in prison with a chance of parole. They should pay the ultimate price for their crime, we can not rehab these people because their is always a chance they will do it again
I beleive that is a crime is severe enough, or a prisoner does not behave, the death penalty should be enforced. If this punishment is enforced crime rate will go down, and prisoners will most likely behave under threat of death. So, if we would enforce the penalty more often, the USA National Security would be protected.
When a person has proved their willingness to deliberately take an innocent life, that person has forfeited their own right to life, and has moreover proved a serious danger to others in society. The death penalty protects the innocent from that particular murderer and might also have value as a deterrent, though to serve that purpose it would probably need to be imposed more consistently (and more quickly after the crime is committed) than currently. It is hardly less humane than life imprisonment, which allows a person life but takes away all that pertains to it. The death penalty should never be used lightly; it is an extremely serious matter and used only for the most serious crime, and should require clear proof. But it is also appropriate in certain cases.
No, the United States should not abolish the death penalty. A person should die especially if they are 100% known to be a cold blooded murderer themselves. They caused so much hurt and grief to that person's family, they shouldn't get to live either. Why keep them in jail for 60 years and pay for them?
I do not think the the U. S. Should abolish the death penalty because if someone went to jail for killing people and they got out and kept killing more and more people and there was not a death penalty they would just keep going to jail that person would keep killing more innocent people.
No the U. S. Should not abolish the death penalty. Because if someone murders another person they should have a severe punishment.
Because if their not sentenced to life after they get out of prison they could go around killing more people. If there was not a death penalty the person who got out of prison could put much more peoples life's in danger.
If an inmate gets life in jail but tries to escape and kills people in the process they still get life in jail there is no real punishment. Plus how would you feel if someone was in jail they were trying to escape and they killed your family member in the process but still got life in jail, They get NO PUNISHMENT for killing your family!
The late great Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi, once said” An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind” There is no arguing that crimes associated with the death penalty such as premeditated murder are reprehensible. However, if we are to agree that taking the life of another human being can be categorized as the upmost heinous of acts, how can we justify treating such a crime with a punishment that mirrors the very thing we so adamantly condemn?
The death penalty in the United Sates of America must be abolished not only because it is in-human but wrong, and it puts civilians at risk. Instead of making America Great again and keeping every American life safe, they are destroying it. Because justice is focused on protecting the civilian but not once, not twice, but many times has the court and the jury sentenced innocent people to their death, failing its purpose, and since 1976, 138 people have been released from their death row, when their innocence has been proved, but how many have died innocent.
Everyone has the right to recognition as a person before the law (Article 6) The death penalty violates the right to live 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. Furthermore, the death penalty undermines human dignity which is inherent to every human being. This “Law” is breaking about 5 of the human right charter laws, what are we “animals”, this charter was designed for our freedom, for our security, to give us a better life, but we are America, we do as we please, we are very powerful so we kill to keep our people safe,RIGHT we fight for other countries to keep them safe, but we kill in the progress of making America and the World great again.
Lets try to make a change, lets find a solution that doesn’t involve killing a human being and violating all its rights
You kill, you die. People that murder someone should be killed. People kill others and i just don't get it. People will be scared enough not to kill because they will face death. Why would someone who ends someones life be allowed to live?
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You kill, you die. I don't understand why people would kill another person they don't even know, i do not get it but if that person ends someone's life, theirs should be ended too. People will not kill sometimes because they are going to be executed.
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