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The Death Penalty Stopping Americas Killers The death penalty is an effective safeguard against crime While one cannot help but feel pity for the criminal to excuse his crimes would be a step down the road to forgiving all crimes McCuen 114 Life sentences do not adequately protect society whereas the death penalty properly applied does so with certainty Bender 97 By killing them we give them a zero percent chance of being released to commit a crime or to kill again The studies show that the death penalty directly effects crime rates between 1960 and 1969 as executions decreased the number of homicides increased Zimring 176 By putting killers back into society society is giving them the change to kill again therefore all killers should receive the death penalty When given a second chance a person will most likely commit a crime again even if they have already done time for the same or similar crime The same is true with murders Zimring 165 This can clearly be seen in the case of Eddie Simon Eddie Simon was sentenced to death in Los Angeles he was released from prison within months he began to attack and kill women again McCuen 65 The same must be said for the retarded who must pay for their crimes also John Paul Penry a rapist and murder has the mental age of seven His lawyers must not allow him to die because he didnt understand the nature of his acts McCuen 114 John Paul Penry was said to have the mental age of seven yet he knew how to murder and rape a women In fact he stuffed her mouth with a sock so no one could hear The rape was also a planed event Penry purposely raped and killed this women if released he could a commit a murder again The death penalty should be given in all cases similar to this People in America have
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