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How should we treat convicted criminals Convicted criminals have been judged and tried by a jury of twelve When found guilty and housed in a penitentiary they should lose all their rights as a citizen Once imprisoned they are no longer able to vote they lost their citizenship so why are we allowing them to complete an education have access to libraries and recreational equipment They have all of these rights yet do we ever stop to think about the families of the victims The pain the anguish and the immense suffering these loved ones go through because of the actions of these merciless criminals If you can draw up from your memory the actions of Susan Smith Yes thats right the woman whom drove her two innocent kids in to the lake She willingly drove her car into the lake as her two young sons sit seatbelted 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 icy cold water eventually drowning the two Just think of how they felt as they sit in the car crying for their mother frantically wondering why mommy left them there BarbaricBarbaric is exactly how I would describe her actions Yet the jury doing her case sentenced her to life not death The Jury only explained that she would suffer more through her depression but does that justify the short-lived lives of two completely harmless defenseless and innocent children In todays society the idea of having deadly criminals sentenced to life in prison get paroled and then go back into society and strike again is absolutely frightening Criminals like these should not be allowed to socialize with other better their education and for these criminals to think they will be treated civilized when they have not acted civilly themselves With that consider the
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