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1a Argument- Lex Talionis the principle that the punishment should fit the crime 1b Evidence- Lex Talionis states an eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth and arm for an arm and a life for a life Proponents of the death penalty argue that criminals should have to pay for there crime as barbarically as they committed theres 1c Citation - Capital Punishment Life or Death University of Texas httpwwwcwrlutexasedutonyaspringcapgroup1htm 2a Argument- Murder is not tolerable in our society 2b Evidence- When a human being takes the life of an another unsuspecting innocent human being the balance of justice is shifted In seizing a viscous murderers life the balance is then set equal 74 murderers were executed last year the equivalent of 410ths of 1 of the number of Americans murdered if we execute all the criminals in these cases we would prove to society that murder is not acceptable and will be punished 2c Citation- Jacoby Jeff The Unjust Logic of Sparing Murderers httpwwwprodeathpenaltycomJacoby2htm 3a Argument- Once a murderer always a murderer 3b Evidence- Since 1901 twenty-three Federal Correctional workers have been killed by inmates in the line of duty In 1931 Bob Harper a convicted murderer escaped a Michigan prison and killed two people The killing didnt stop there though during his recapture he also killed the prison warden and his deputy The murders could have simply been avoided by sentencing Bob Harper to execution 3c Citation- Murders That Could Have Been Averted By Capital Punishment The New American 30 Aug 90 httpthenewamericancomfocuscappunishmentvo06no17murdershtm 4a Argument- In our
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