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Imagine for a moment that someone you knew was murdered They soundly slept in their home of twenty-two years that they deemed safe enough for their children and safe enough for themselves The house is in a small community the type of community where everyone knows everyone else They had raised one child who is now in high school one child is still in grade school and two have yet to start school As they all slept soundly believing nothing could go wrong an unknown person creeps into the downstairs window He is equipped with a large gutting knife He is determined to settle a score that he has with someone in the house Shrieks and screams are made during the night in this house by two people The four children awake and enter their parents room to find nothing other than a bloodbath Their parents have been slaughtered while they calmly slept They were given no chance to defend themselves nor a chance to say goodbye to their loved ones The four children are now left on their own to grow up without their parents but be raised by some other person that can never take the place of their parents When this happens the justice system needs to decide what to do with these barbarians Should the justice system allow them to get away with their crime that they masterminded and happily executed by letting them spending the rest of their life smoking all the cigarettes and reading all magazines the could want while the taxpayers pay for all of their luxuries Of course not because there is no reason that they should lead that kind of life after what they were responsible of doing They should not lead a life at all Society as a whole needs to accept the fact that the capital punishment is better than life in prison Unfortunately not everyone believes that simple and sensible point In fact
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