Against Death Penalty
Listen to the voice of Justice and Reason. It tells us that human judgements are never so certain as to permit society to kill a human being judged by other human beings. Why deprive ourselves of any chance to redeem such errors? Why condemn yourself to
helplessness when faced with persecuted innocence.
I know there are those who say that execution is justified because it prevents a murderer from ever again committing the same crime. It certainly does. But if you rely on that reasoning you are killing a man not because his death may deter others from following in his footsteps, but because of what he might possibly do at some future time. To justify such
preventive execution, there would have to be some reasonable grounds for believing that a
convicted murderer, if released into society, would murder again. …
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