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Are We Taking GODS Place AUSTIN AP - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the death sentence of an Cameron County man convicted of kiling two man he thought raped his wife in 1991 But at least two judges said Wednesday they believed the wrong man has been sentenced to die Paul Richard Colella 27 was convicted in September 1992 for shooting David Taylor and Michael Lavexphere on Sept 12 1991 Six judges affirmed the conviction But Judge Charles Baird wrote in a dissenting opinion with Judge Morris Overstreet concurring that an accomplice was the more likely killer Colella Paul Richard Feb 7 2001 The death penalty is an issue that has been debated for many years and will be a highly debatable topic in the future Because the death penalty has never been a clear-cut rule there is much controversy on whether it is a cruel and savage act of justice or a socialized humane source of punishment In addition to the fact that innocent people could be sentenced to the death penalty we as a society do not have the right to take one anothers lives two wrongs do not make a right Americans are granted constitutional rights that can not be taken away from the individual Accordingly each and every person is entitled to a fair and speedy trial The possibility remains that the lawyer did not fight enough for the innocent person and therefore the innocent could be accused of murder a crime punishable with the death penalty Although this does not occur very often it should never take place In a society of freedom our freedoms should not be taken advantage of and misused Each individual living creature is created by a higher power The United States of America was founded as a society with morals and values and most importantly God Plants and animals are made for us by God
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