Death punishment? Great sentence?
September 22, 2011 10:12am CST
I do not believe the death punishment is the greatest sentence we can impose to a killer. To execute somebody is a rapid action and only what occurs before can bring about much enthusiasm and sentiment leading us to think that this is indeed the greatest penalty we can give to somebody who deserves it. You cannot anticipate anything from somebody who has intentionally given death and is about to be put to death. What we only recognize is that he deserves such a "punishment" for he remains unsafe to people and he must go. Can a life sentence be the right alternate to the death sentence and can the life sentence becomes the greatest penalty we can now give to those who ought to have it?
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• Boise, Idaho
23 Sep 11
I think that a killer that has a committed a hanous, horrid, unthinkable act should be killed. That energy needs to be eradicated from the Earth. We don't need it here at all. Others that have committed a normal murder or such should be sentenced to life in prison. Away from family and freedom to think about their crime every day for the rest of their lives.