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In Texas one month has elapsed since Twenty-five year old Jacky Park was convicted of murder and sentenced to die in the gas chamber Presently Mr Park still awaits his execution due to the appeal process This case like several of its antecedents has brought about a mixture of emotions concerning capital punishment and its application The question that is at the base of several arguments is simply this Is the death penalty justifiable or not Plagued by the issues concerning the death penalty the Parents of Parks victim are at home arguing their views on the verdict from the case Maggie the victims mother stands to argue that the death penalty is not justifiable Her husband Mike does not agree with his wife He wants justice to be served For Mike the death penalty will be the only justice for what has happened to his son Maggie I want to thank you for making dinner It was very good Mike It is my pleasure Maggie Would you like to join me for a walk The night is beautiful today and I can use a little exercise after eating that wonderful dinner Mike No thank you Actually I was going to ask you if you would join me in the living room I would really like to talk to you about the case Although Allen verdict was decided a while ago you and I have never really had an opportunity to talk about it We have both been so busy getting ourselves back on track at work so we have neglected to discuss our views on these intending of Jones Maggie Yea youre right It would be good that we talked about the case Mike You go ahead to the living room and Ill get us some hot milk tea Maggie That sounds good thank a lot But I dont want any sugar in it this time though Mike Here we go It is your
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