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...g a murder what will happen to them. However for those who have already committed the crime it may allow them to put themselves in a position to understand what they have done to not only the person but the person 's family.
I disagree with this law because basically two wrongs don 't make it right. killing someone who committed murder doesn 't help the person to pay for the things they have done. its more like the person doesn 't have to face what they did wrong they are getting away from it. The person actually living with the things they have done and spending everyday behind bars is more of a punishment. It gives them time to sit and realize the pain they have caused another family. Having therm put on the death penalty gives them the satisfaction of knowing they don 't have to live with what they have done, because for them their reality is coming to an end.
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