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The death penalty Thousands of innocent people are killed every year in the US and many murderers of the killed ones get away with a life sentence in prison or even easier punishment The death penalty has been used since ancient times to punish cruel criminals The death penalty is not fair in every murders case but it is appropriate to punish a killer Justice can not be served until the debate on capital punishment is resolved and all states have come to agree that the death penalty is the best way to stop crime completely The death penalty should be legal in all 50 states Many people think that the death penalty is cruel for the murderers however it is also cruel for the relatives and friends of the killed ones Executing the murderer would give them a bit of ease over the death Nothing can bring a killed loved one back but knowing that the cruel murderer is going to be executed will help the relatives and friends get over the death If the killer gets penalized with the death by the government he wont be able to get out of prison after 20 or 30 years and redo a cruel crime The family doesnt have to be scared walking on the street and getting killed by the same murderer that they were appealing against couple of years ago Shaheen a Democratic governor said I certainly understand and appreciate this is an issue for most people that is long-held and deeply personal but I do believe there are certain crimes that are so horrible that the death penalty is appropriate p1 httpproquestumicompqdwebRQT341 She is only one of millions US citizen who are for the death penalty Another reason to legalize the death penalty in all 50 states is that it would prevent many people from even doing it If you know that youre going to be punished by
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