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howlingtiger howlingtiger 16-17, F 10 Answers Jun 24 in Community

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I do not believe in the death penalty; It is already evident in our world that all people are not revered, that many people are still oppressed or treated like less than human or less than someone else. One wrong should never equal another. Murder is still murder, even if you give it a "nicer" name (lethal injection, execution). God warns against judging another person's life and deciding for ourselves which life is worthy and which is not. Justice can be served without having the desire, and a sick one at that, of watching another person die.

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I do not believe in the death penalty; It is already evident in our world that all people are not revered, that many people are still oppressed or treated like less than human or less than someone else. One wrong should never equal another. Murder is still murder, even if you give it a "nicer" name (lethal injection, execution). God warns against judging another person's life and deciding for ourselves which life is worthy and which is not. Justice can be served without having the desire, and a sick one at that, of watching another person die.

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Yes.

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No!

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yes, because harsher punishment might do more to dissuade crime

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no, because they get it wrong. innocent people have been executed. also, a government that thinks it can legally kill it's citizens is a dangerous one, never hand over to much power.

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No, Because many innocent people have been culled because of it.

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No. Just put them in jail forever.

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Yes. Some life forms need killing

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