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Killing a person in cold blood is not forgivable If a murderer commits his viscous acts and gets caught what should society do What is a justifiable punishment for a cold-blooded daemon It is my belief that if a person commits a cold-blooded act of murder then that person should be killed Society must function with a certain degree of security Most crimes can be mended If a robber steals from a bank its only money If a person is getting high its his body If a person is selling drugs there has to be somebody buying it All these problems have solutions But killing is something completely different When a person is murdered there is no turning back That person is gone There will be no future there If a person commits murder and is convicted by the law then he should be given the death sentence The death sentence must be a part of society It must be because unfortunately murders are too We must have a weapon to combat these barbaric creatures They must be put down killed murdered as viscously as they did One must be held accountable for their own actions Yet in 1976 The Supreme Court in Gregg V Georgia declared the death penalty for murder is constitutional AAE Capital Punishment The death penalty is also fair and serves its justice Surveyed police chiefs and sheriffs choose the death penalty as a primary method to combat violent crime Montgomery 2-25-95 It cost less in the long run as well It is a lot better to get rid of the scum then to feed clothe and shelter them How does the economy benefit from the death penalty First of all the American economy has enough problems as it is The government is trying to cut spending left and right State and Federal Prisons are overcrowded What do these prisons have to do with American Economy
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