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To kill or not to kill This is an extremely controversial question in todays society The number of people who are for it still believe in the saying an eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth These are the people who feel if you intentionally take the life of someone else then yours should be taken as well But then there are the other number of people who feel the death penalty should be banned because of its cruel and unjust way of punishment Should we keep it or not And if it is kept how do we determine who should be sentenced to death An easy way to answer these questions is to totally nullify capital punishment completely One reason why the death penalty is so controversial is because many feel its cruel ways of punishment are unnecessary even if the crime is murder whether it be premeditated or unintentional They believe there are other ways of condemnation besides execution In the case of an unintentional death feelings are that the perpetrators should have the right to live but have to face each day with the fact that they killed someone weighing on their conscience On the other hand such as with a voluntary murder the ideas are somewhat similar They believe the murderer doesnt deserve the death penalty Chances are if a person is insane enough to kill another human being in the first place they arent going to care what happens to them They 2 realize that their execution in most cases is going to be short and painless This isnt a just punishment for someone who has inflicted severe pain upon another life Our court system after initiating a life sentence without parole should not offer these killers the comforts they have in jail They should be treated more or less like animals In
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