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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    How often is a defendant's guilt irrefutable and infallible?
    The truth is in so many cases it's no as clear cut as that, sending a person to their death would be illogical.

    Especially if new evidence arises next month, next year, or in 20 years. At least he/she will be alive.
    When I said that, I was thinking of what you've just voiced; basically, there shouldn't be a death penalty.
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    Doesn't mean we should sentence them to death.
    Do what they do in the states, make a life sentence for life. Or bring in hard labour, make prison systems tougher and more strict.
    I didn't say that we should sentence them to death, I just said sentencing them to death is a much more worthy punishment.

    Though of course I do think we should sentence them to death in certain cases.
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    yes kill the *******.
 
 
 

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