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Capital punishment two words feared by many Two words which are considered an eye-opener for the hardcore criminals Words that are controversially embedded in the societys mind So what is capital punishment Capital punishment means death sentence That is anyone found guilty of murder or some heinious crime is punished with death But is there really a need for capital punishment Will capital punishment deter the society from commiting suicidal crimes Every human being has the right to live has the right to choose his path of life He has the right to make decision on what he wants to do No one has the authority to make decisions whether he or she should die The ideology of having capital punishment is pratically inhuman The thought of taking a person live just because he had created a controversial crime is just uncivilised One has the right to live even he or she had did something unacceptable to his or her society The debate here is that capital punishment exist as to scare society to commit crimes It exist to put fear in the society from doing any heinious crimes But does these still prevent society from committing crimes All around the world people still commit murder rape and drug tafficking which are considered capital crimes in certain countries And most of these people are not being forced to do so They have choices They dont care about the death sentence for their crimes These are people only care about money wealth and pleasure Capital punishment does not deter these people in anyway away from crimes Another issue that is a threat to capital punishment is that it has not acted as a deterent and crimes like murder and rape are on an increase So why should we still have capital punishment Capital punishment
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