Capital Punishment: An Outdated, Uncivilized Form of Discipline
John Doe, sentenced to the death penalty after found guilty of four-second degree murders, is truly innocent. He sits in a cold, dark room that reeks of sweat and is drenched in fear. His execution is set for the next day at noon, and his lawyers are frantically trying to prove him innocent. John had a nice wife and a beautiful little girl of eight. He cannot stop thinking about them, even in his sleep. He is haunted by the thought of never seeing them again. The morning of his planned execution, he received a call from his wife, almost screaming in agony and barely able to speak, she mana…
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