Capital punishment has been abolished by many Western countries. However, It has proved to be the most effective form of justice in curbing crime.
Amnesty International has made the abolishment of capital punishment as part of her 2020 goal but we ask, "on what grounds would the organization campaign for the rights of a rapist sentenced to death? "
Capital punishment is meant for crimes that can not be undone to deter future crimes of the same nature like murder rape can not be undone it is a absolutely horrible crime that creates scares that last for ever it must be deterred by execution of the rapist and from there well its in gods hands
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Yes I think that we should have to give the capital punishment to rape cases ok and yes they should have to give capital punishment to all rape cases ok and they should have to give capital punishment to all rape cases ok ok ok ok bye bye ok bye to
There is never enough evidence and too many innocent people are put to death. God gives up change after chance, So we as a society should also give people chance after chance. No matter how high the charge. No matter how you put it, Their will always be one person who didn't deserve it.
The punishment should always fit the crime. I think if at any point you exceed "eye for an eye" then you have committed a crime on the other person.
In this case, Obviously, Rape can't be treated with more rape. But you certainly can't commit a worse crime upon another in retribution. Does that then mean the excess punishment you've dealt should rate capital punishment too? Where do we draw the line?
At the first level there is the possibility that the man is innocent. Some women get pregnant with their boyfriend and to avoid shame they blame a random guy. It took years for a DNA test to be approved for the man to be declared innocent.
And there are some that claim they were raped and alter evidence or claim that the man left no DNA. Those cases are too hard to determine if it was rape or not.
On the second level there is harshness for it. I think life in jail is a better punishment. A notorious rapist killed himself before going to jail. It was the one that had women captive in his house. They become the lowest of low in the prison system and live their sin. All of the prisoners know what they did and they punish the rapists.
Third. Harsh punishment does not deter crime. People just become more embolden to hide themselves. China and all those nations cannot stop crime. Crime will happen.
Fourth. College boys from wealthy families and all star athletes will never be punished. They had video evidence and eye witness testimony, But in the end those types of people on the top can always get away with crime. They stay at low level prisons playing ping pong and watching TV with all the amenities. True justice cannot be achieved.
It should be noted that I already disapprove of the death penalty, And one of the chief arguments is that it deters crime. That is simply untrue, This makes it sound like these are the people that care about the ramifications of their actions or do it in the moment. Also there is a difference between serial rapist and a single rape, Or is this being a catch all?