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John Doe sentenced to the death penalty after found guilty of four-second degree murders is truly innocent He sits in a cold dark room that reeks of sweat and is drenched in fear His execution is set for the next day at noon and his lawyers are frantically trying to prove him innocent John had a nice wife and a beautiful little girl of eight He cannot stop thinking about them even in his sleep He is haunted by the thought of never seeing them again The morning of his planned execution he received a call from his wife almost screaming in agony and barely able to speak she managed to say good-bye to her innocent husband An armed doctor opened the door to Johns solitary confinement cell and escorted him to the lethal injection room He was forced onto the bed and was belted down with leather shackles The clock read eleven fifty-five AM and in the last five minutes of his life all of his memories flashed before his eyes Then it was time An employee of the prison locked the steel door to the room and several people behind a one-way mirror were confirming that he was the right inmate Once it was confirmed they began the final countdown until the injection When less then five seconds were left they received a call from the court to call off the execution Thankfully Johns lawyers proved his innocence to the judge They had found out that the prosecutors were withholding evidence from the case Six years of Johns life were wasted on death row thankfully he still has one Capital Punishment should be illegal because it takes human life is an unjust form of punishment and mistakes are always possible Capital Punishment and the death penalty are thousands of years old Capital Punishment is the penalty of death for the commission of a crime Hammurabi a Greek ruler who made two hundred
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