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A Moral Issue of Murder Capital punishment is an issue that has long been debated amongst Americans We have been questioning the morality of an Eye For an Eye way of thinking Many say that serious crimes deserve serious punishments such as death where others view death to be an unjust punishment for any crime Each side seems to be equal in its volume of supporters There are also many who ride the fence on the issue unconvinced of either side I however am writing to illustrate the immoral view of capital punishment This document does not presume to have the right answer to the question for to assume that would be arrogant No this essay is merely a tool to be used in weighing this very important issue When the unspeakable happens and a human life or lives is taken by another for reasons other than self defense or accidental revenge and fury are so often the first emotions to surface It is often thought that restitution will ease the pain of loss To accomplish the feat to revenge wounded hearts many turn quite ironically to murder That is after all what capital punishment entails murder However justified to intentionally end a life is to murder At first glimpse to take a life for a life taken seems with just cause and the right of society It appears to be the only one fair solution But is it okay for society to kill a killer Is the right truly given to humans to deal out judgment and death Should it be our decision who shall live and die Or does only one truly posses the gift to decide These questions make up the backbone of this controversy and need to be answered 2 I find it odd when Ernest Haag states I see no evidence for society somehow not having the right to execute murderers It has always done so Traditional
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