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Distinction between Murder and Execution I understand that there is a distinction between murder and state controlled execution but I dont think that applies to the morality of both acts of murder and state controlled execution Both have the same effect the termination of life without consent Although voluntary suicide for a prisoner on death row is much different because this is when somebody want their life taken from them and this is when and individual is making a choice which I dont believe a murderer should be given Rather than randomly executing murderers or giving them the choice to die I believe it would serve society better to try and eliminate the causes instead of reacting to crime itself Two wrongs dont make a wright and I believe that if society wants the murder rate to decrease taking this route will produce more results than the death penalty I believe Murder is wrong and there should be no exceptions For example kidnapping and an arrest some will say whats the difference well both are taking someone somewhere against their will I could be wrong but I think that people will say one is Wright and one is wrong Back to murder and execution like I said in the first paragraph wouldnt it be better to try and eliminate the cause murder rather than reacting to crime itself A personal view of mine is that mans nature is essentially bad Im not saying every man is bad or every man is good as we are still part of the animal kingdom Therefor like in the animal Kingdome I believe mans primitive urge is to survive it seems like some people with psychological problems find logic in killing another person I dont know much about the government But it seems like throughout time laws have been designed as a reaction to mans actions One of the things I believe about
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