I am very interested in hearing opinions on capital punishment here.
1. Is it morally wrong/right? 2. Do you support it? 3. If someone you loved dearly was murdered, and you are against the death penalty, would you be for it?
i dont think its morally right, for me, its just as bad as the murderer himself, so i dont support it, and i probably never will. however if someone i loved very much would be murderd i think i would want to see the murderer dead in the beginning, but after a while i would probably cool down and realise rotting in jail for 30, 40, 50 years is much more of a real punishment then a quick death.
nicely said. Why can't more people be like this guy?
thank you :) and there probably are more guys like me, only they're allready in a mental hospital ;)
Wanted a murderer dead if probably what you would feel straight away, but after getting really mad id say, let this 'thing' rot in jail.
lol let the rot. send them to some hole in the ground on some island out in the middle of the pacific where we can forget about them. Just leave them there and ignore the island.
ScOrPYWanted a murderer dead if probably what you would feel straight away, but after getting really mad id say, let this 'thing' rot in jail.
my point exactly. letting someone die allone in jail is a lot worse for them then killing them and granting them a quick death, seeing it only takes a few minutes, if it even takes that long.
I support it, I see it as a form of justice. I've seen alot of people say "it's no better than what the murder did" or "it's just a form of revenge." Well don't forget people, the jury has no clue who this murderer was, they look at the evidence, and make a judgement. If they find him worthy of death, so be it, that's what justice is.
lol jes killem all eh?
No, sentence them to death if they are found guilty in a fair trial.
but that the whole thing. is capitol punishment really a punishment or an escape from punishment?