The Brennan’s were a well-respected family in the town but the action of Daniel left the feeling of hatred for the family.” The town of Mumbilli was bleeding.” The town was extremely affected by the accident. “Nicole with a beautiful voice and Luke- all round sporting hero were both killed and the only to blame was Daniel. The town believed that Daniel should get a long sentence for ruining the lives of others. Daniel’s sentence was long enough because he was involved in an accident and he was no murderer, it was a mistake. Nothing could bring back the lives lost and undo the damage done to fin, not even a lifelong sentence.
Killing is a form of active euthanasia whereby a person is deliberately causing death of a patient. As humans, all patients have the right to make moral decisions with regards to their own life. The argument for personal autonomy provides a stance suggesting that if a patient requests to end their life, within reason, they should be allowed to. However, it can be seen that this completely undermines the sanctity of life. Allowing a human life to intentionally be ended disregards the sacredness of human life and has no direct difference to murder despite the intentions to prevent pain.
They lied about getting a warrant and in turn let a killer walk away from the situation with no punishment. Like I said previously if they would have used the ethics of virtue system they would have went about things in an honest manner and even though it might not have saved the life of Detective Griffiths it would have put his killer in jail. Ethics training for our officers is very important to maintain order (Papenfuhs,2011). However, when really spending some time and thinking about this situation I wish our legal system could in some way take into account the pressure we put on cops and when we know for an absolute fact a serious crime as been committed that the criminal could still be punished regardless of the mistakes of cops. I don’t think the people should be able to get off that easy simply because of a legal mishap and in fact disgusts me that his has happens numerous times every year.
Which is very true people are going to try to do whatever they want without getting caught. So by them making their bad choices by giving a person death for a consequence solves nothing. What also said was ‘because homicidal maniacs kill people by mistake, then it’s supposed to be okay for the state to emulate them” (Smith). In my next article, Capital Punishment Should Be Abolished, facts were pointed out strongly why it should not be approved. Three factors pointed out were “unrelated to the crime itself, greatly influence who gets executed and who does not: poverty, race and geography” (Roleff).
The difference here is that excusable homicide is when someone never intended to kill and justifiable homicide there was the intent to kill but it was justifiable. When one proves a homicide has been committed then it is the responsibility of the investigator to identify the victim. This can be done most easily by asking family and friends or by simply finding identification on the victim. There are also several other ways that one can identify a victim these included but are not limited to; fingerprints, DNA, dental and skeletal studies, clothing and laundry marks, and missing persons files. Several good indicators of a homicide are no GSR or gun shot residue on victim, angle and location that rules out self infliction, shot through clothing, and no weapon present.
He was not a monster but victim. He only killed because the world caused him to. No single living being wants to be born into the world alone and left to die alone. “If you had seen the man who thus capitulated for his safety, your surprise would have been boundless. His limbs were nearly frozen, and his body dreadfully emaciated by fatigue and suffering.
A reasonable expectation of privacy is the kind of expectation any citizen might have with respect to any other citizen. Evaluate the moral permissibility of “suicide by cop.” There's no moral-permissibility. Because it's very simple, you're killing yourself, at the expense someone else. Taking a life always costs a person something, even if it's a 'righteous kill', you'll remember the people you killed, the rest of your life. That's why all suicides are morally questionable, because next to your family, and social-circle, the paramedics, the police, the coroner, they all lose something, in having to clean you up.
Yes it is very simple to understand that murder is a crime and in most cases it should be punishable by execution. It is also very easy to understand that my client George is the man that killed Lennie Small. However it is not easy to understand why he killed him and if it is considered murder. That’s right all killings are not murder they are not the same thing. Killing is the taking of a like but murder is the doing so out of hatred or out of personal gain.
The Dalai Lama talks about “Compassion”. The way to understand compassion in this situation does not mean forgiveness or to forget what the murderer did and let him free. Here, compassion means to put aside the feelings we have for the one related to us and become impartial to listen to the reasons the murderer has to have killed this person. This impartiality would help us not to follow what The Torah suggests. The Torah suggests the death of a murderer.
“He's an animal! No he's worse! Not even animals rape and kill their own kind!” This made me angry because everyone deserves to be treated as a human even if they have committed a crime because they are still human and no crime committed can change that. “Dead Man Walking” also made me feel sad because I know it's hard for parents to lose their children and we see how painful it is for Matthew's mother to deal with the fact that Matthew is going to be killed when the court announces that Matthew will be executed as originally planned and she breaks down and starts crying. This reminds me of the time my dad told me how my cousin was killed by a drunk driver, I can not even begin to imagining how painful it must have been for my aunt and uncle to lose their son that day.