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Susan Smith When turning on the television radio or simply opening the local newspaper one is mess with news of arrests murders homicides serial killers and other such tragedies 1994 must be a great year to be alive if you are a criminal Nobody takes liability for his or her own actions anymore Someone commits a heinous crime and everything but the criminal is blame it was a cruel childhood abusive parents in my mind if you commit a crime and then you are a criminal Others may influence my decisions but ultimately I am the one that makes that final choice No matter how hard and pathetic you think your life is or how badly society treats you you made the decision to break the law-nobody made the decision for you The Susan Smith case is a good example Does such a statement as hurt people hurt people excuse ones action Does it exaggerate the apparent thought that an individual who is hurt by others will in their pain inflict hurt on others--even the innocent It is hard to figure out how someone could kill his or her own children We live in a society today where killings happen on a day-to-day basis and many get away with it Those who are caught do not usually stay in that cell for the rest of their life For a cold-blooded killer capital punishment is the only true justice Susan Smith drove her two innocent kids in to the lake She freely drove her car into the lake as her two young sons sit seat belted in the backseat of her car Susan then got out of the car and watched as the cabin of the car filled up with the freezing cold water eventually drowning the two Just think of how they felt as they sit in the car crying for their mother frantically wondering
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