Many people have disagreements on the death penalty. My opinion on this argument is that we should abolish the death penalty from our criminal punishment system. As someone once said two wrongs do not make a right and I think that he is right. It is not doing justice killing another person because that person killed someone. My friend says this "If the person didn't mean to kill them they should live but, if they wanted to kill them then they should die"(Holeman).
More than half of the countries in the world have abolished capital punishment from law or practice. Some of these countries that have abolished it, to us are considered third world countries. Are we any better than these third world countries if we still use the death penalty and they don't? A total of 109 countries have abolished the death penalty. 749 prisoners have been executed since capital punishment was resumed in 1977.
Almost all the states in the U.S. use the lethal injection if they even have the death penalty. Electrocution that used to be widely used is now the second most used. …
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