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Two sisters are home alone when a robber enters the house The younger sister 8 is shot and killed while the other one hides in horror and witnesses the shooting Though she manages to escape and save herself she can never fully recover form what she had seen with her own eyes almost twenty years ago This story is not unique for my clients Each and every one of them tells me a variation of it when we have our first meeting I have been a Victim advocate for over 20 years Kathy Copley I am a member of the National Organization of Victims which provides crisis intervention and comfort to victims and witnesses of crime I have over twenty years of experience in this field and have received numerous awards for excellence in the field of victim advocacy Since my duty is to provide not only legal but also emotional and mental help coping with the losses I have established very intimate and personal relationships with many of my clients As a Victim advocate and a member of the National Organization of Victims Assistance for many years I have become convinced that the death penalty offers the most consolation and is the best cure for my clients In this essay I will address several critical reasons as to why I believe that the death penalty should be imposed The killing of the person who brought on the pain and suffering to my clients will give them the feeling of closure that they desire will give them peace of mind and will allow them to feel vengeance My clients will get the feeling of closure that they need when and only if the criminal that caused them the pain is put to death The victims want to be sure that the trial is over the murderer is gone and that there is nothing to fear now After the execution of
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