Persuasive Essay On The Death Penalty

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The death penalty will never be an easy task to take on, whether watching it, or being apart if the process. How did it come about and who made the first decision that a person had to die because of their actions. I all why are some states: including Florida still "putting people to death". Some questions are easier to answer then others, and even though the death penalty seems like the best form of punishment, I 'm not sure if will ever agree whether it 's the right or not?

People have been being "justifiably murdered" or in its polite format "sentenced to death" since the beginning of time. The death penalty even get us to land mark cases that stopped the death penalty in the case of Furman v Georgia in 1972 and then reinstated in the case of Gregg v Georgia in 1976.

In America we believe in the just desert policy which means an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth etc. Therefore in the United States the death penalty is in fact capital punishment. And not only do death row inmates get to pick their last meal they get to pick how they 're going to go or shall I say he murdered. We
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Govt and the U.S. Military still use the death penalty baffles me. Of course many believe that everyone should get their just desert. I think that it is a form of serial killing/ almost mass murder in a way by killing people, even if its done legally. Impulse killing someone is like death by officer in my eyes. S the big question is, is there justice in the death penalty? Some say yes, some say no. I say NO. I think God should be the "undertaker" whether its old age or sickness. People don 't suffer when they are dead, and with this painless overdosing lethal injection, murderers are let off easy while family and friends are still grieving 10 to 20 years after the killer has been "gently" put to sleep and the victims didn 't have that luxury. even if you can choose the way you 're going to die I just don 't think it 's
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