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The death penalty should be considered as an open alternative rather than as the only resort or not an option at all The fact cant be denied that capital punishment is an option and widely used Annihilation of criminals should be considered because you save more tax money its goal is the same as life in prison and makes the process of death less painful Today the most common used method of execution is lethal injection Reasons for the favor of this method are that its safer to perform and has a very clean ending The costs for drugs used in lethal injection are 8606 Non-capital punishment however costs about 1900 in taxes for every adult in prison in the state An extra 80 is added to taxes for every prison in the state as well When everybody pays their taxes it takes about 43700 to keep a single person in prison for a year in one state In the whole US costs rise up to 933 million to operate a prison and an additional 550 million to repair and build more prisons The purpose of life in prison and capital punishment are the one and the same to end the life of an inmate who has been judged to not deserve to live There is no lesson to be learned no debt to be paid not even a contribution for the troubles there is only action Stupidity and foolishness has brought the convict to their present situation and now the consequence so repeatedly warned about is to be faced In the end nothing is accomplished nothing is taught Life in prison has no moral but a miserable end extermination hastens the time money and misery to a swift and un-scarring death Prison scars inmates lives when there is only one thing undeniable to be reached necrosis of the human body in the least sympathetic way possible These scars that are gained
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