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In ETHICS THEORYS AND PRACTICE Murder is defined as the unlawful and immoral killing of one person by another person especially with malice aforethoughtMurder is classified into two main categories Murder one which is defined as premeditated or planned Murder one carries the strongest sentence in our judicial system Also there is murder two which is a killing or murdering in reaction of a circumstance or the murderer is not considered mentally capable of knowing at that moment in time that killing is lawfully and morally wrong As time has passed murder has been a very sensitive subject With murder occurring regularly in todays society it is difficult to say if there is a solution to this problem The only sure thing about taking a life it is wrong Remember just over a year ago the columbine high school shooting How can any one really forget the horror the nation felt when two high school students took it upon themselves to take the lives of promising young high school students in premeditated cold blooded fashion Then to just turn the guns on themselves and commit suicide The question still stands where did those two infamous students fall of the track of morally right and morally wrong Was it there up bringing Are there parents to blame Or is it society and the media Or is it a combination of all the above What was it that drove those two boys to murder thirteen innocent students What drove them to kill and take the life of other people Most people living in this earth are aware of the circumstances of murder But with such a broad subject it cannot be analyzed in one paragraphWhat drives people to kill Most people know that if you take another human beings life that there are consequences to pay In most cases if you kill someone you get caught and you go to jail Most people grow up knowing
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