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Death penalty-to be or not to be Sometimes crime cannot be punished enough Sometimes crime is so cruel that there is no realistic punishment for it There are too many victims out there that suffered and their attacker gets a simple painless death I am saying painless comparing to murders that happen every day that are simply horrifying As Paul A Winters says If a person commits a uniquely gruesome murder he deserves to be put to death Winters et al 154 So many murderers are convicted of the crime of murder and they only get years in jail Their victims feel the pain but imagine the pain and sorrow that the families of the victims feel and that pain lasts for the rest of their lives If someone from my family was killed I wouldnt think a second what to do with the murderer I would want him dead Most of the families feel this way and the best way to stop the pain is to get rid off the cause of the pain Death sentence is effective because it deters crimes but many people argue that life without parole is much harder to serve for the person who committed the crime Abolitionist claim there are some alternative to the death penalty they say that life without parole serves just as well Guilmette 2 I agree that putting away the murderer is effective but just isnt enough Laws change so do parole boards and people forget the past As long as the murderer there is a small possibility that he could strike again Capital punishment is the most effective weapon against the murderers because no executed murderer has ever killed again You cannot say that about those sentenced to prisonDeath sentence also depends on the case I am not saying that everybody who commits the murder should be placed on the death row There are different types of the murder and every murder that
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