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Debating the Death Penalty
“U.N. Universal Declaration on Human Rights states that there are two essential human rights that every human being has: the right not to be tortured and the right not to be killed (Prejean 182).” The death penalty obviously infringes these rights, but at what cost? There needs to be an equal punishment for those who have committed the crimes, but it is all too often an innocent person is put to death for a crime they did not commit.
The death penalty is not being used regularly as a method of deterring, preventing, and punishing criminals. As is stated in the opening chapter, “More tha…
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