Should the Death Penalty Be Abolished?
A Very Short History
Death penalty laws were believed to be established as early as eighteenth century BC in the Code of King Hammaurabi of Babylon. It allowed death for 25 crimes. The fourteenth century BC code of Hittite made all crimes punishable by death. Fifth century BC of Roman Law of Twelve Tablets used crucifixion, drowning, beating to death, burning alive, and impalement as death methods. The first execution in the United States occurred in 1622 was Daniel Frank because of theft.
In Britain during the 1700s, punishable by death by crimes became outrageous. …
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