This world is so cruel. Wish I hadn’t gone researching into these sort of deep topics late at night. But I think George’s story is a good reason why the death penalty shouldn’t exist. Any thoughts?
Having said all that I'm still very much against the death penalty.
All I'm saying is I just don't know if this case is the best one to use to put forward that argument because I think people's perception is something with so little evidence wouldn't end up with someone being sentenced to death nowadays. I think there are more recent cases that would better argue that case.