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Murder Cant Be Forgiven A person can be involved in many different kinds of crimes Each crime has its own punishment Sometimes you get away with bail or by serving community hours and at other times you can be thrown to jail for a more serious crime Very often people consider those punishments too severe compared to the crimes especially if they are the ones committing it Crimes such as murder rape and sadism are too harsh for any penalty invented The only way the criminal can repay for his crime is by death Although the death penalty is the cruelest punishment its the best way to penalize the heartless cold-blooded criminals Even though we might not agree with the death penalty we often realize that its the only solution for some cases As Edward I Koch states in his article We may not like the death penalty but it must be available to punish crimes of cold-blooded murder cases in which any other form of punishment would be inadequate and therefore unjustKoch 491 Edward Koch is trying to say that there are crimes committed by people who have something wrong with their mentality people like murderers rapists and sadists Those people have to be punished not just to make sure that they wont do it again but because of something that they already did and nobody could change it anymore A good example of this would be the article from the newspaper that I read about a man who kidnapped and raped sixteen boys cut them in pieces and buried them in his back yard I personally think that this psychopath should be punished sufficiently for the crime that he did and the only thing that he deserves is an electric chair I dont think that he should get away with crimes like those by sitting in jail for a couple of years and then getting out to start killing again Even though
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