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Thou shall not kill To the normal person this might just sound like another quote your grandfather would say but to the more enlightened they will notice this to be out from the bible It is one of the 10 commandments Although you might ask in a society that no longer bases its rules and regulations on the bible why does a simple quote like this bear any significance Well I believe that as a country under God it would be our rightful obligation to take a few ideas to heart so that we may truly show the world how a real country under God presents itself and how it comes about its daily problems such as homicide and the death penalty In history of the United States an innumerable amount of people have lost their lives to the death penalty Upon this their have also been many to lose their lives for no reason Many who were clearly by all means hands down not guilty however thanks to this wonderful system which we have they were still put to death In the past century their have been 23 people who were found to be mistakenly executed There are even more however we just havent taken the time to look into this matter so if there was a mistake we could simply hide it This is by no means a light matter A human life is something to be cherished I dont care how important someone is I dont believe anyone has the right to tell someone else who is guilty and who deserves to die If this were the case I can easily say that all the tyrants and miscreants this world has come to know are innocent By all means they were probably decent people at one time and they simply told their soldiers to go and kill so and so civilian or another countries army Is this not what our
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