I have concluded that substance abuse is a huge contributor to crimes being committed. The lack or decrease in moral intuition and character can cause a person to make bad decisions. This would cause people not to understand the benefits of to abiding to common social values. A person demographics can also play a role in determining whether or not an individual will turn to a life of crime. Government officials, politicians, and courts employees have concluded that individuals commit crimes for private alternatives and they should be punished and held responsible for their actions and conduct.
It crosses the line of not just morality but the defining junction of who truly holds the power to pass this judgment. While capital punishment has been invoked in many states there is still an issue of morality. Many of these individual rights have been all but nullified because of an act that may or may not have been committed. But as a society we are deathly quick to persecute another individual for their crimes thinking that it is justice. Is there really justice in killing another human being that has killed someone else?
This in comparison to what they did to Carl Lee’s daughter, Tonya, which was torture, was in no way the same. These men committed a crime out of hate, which differs from Carl Lee’s actions. Carl Lee murdered these men for what they did to his daughter. He did to them what he found they deserved. Carl Lee was a hardworking man,
Adam Lanza the shooter at Newtown stole the guns he used from his mother. (Tucci, 2012) According to Florida State University criminology professor Gary Kleck who has been studying guns and the effects on violence and crime rates, states that gun control laws have no net effect on violence or crime rates. In fact the United States violent crime rate has been falling since 1990, even as the Assault Weapons ban has long since expired. (Tucci, 2012) Some of the Federal data have shown that gun murders in 2010 were 11,078 that is the lowest rate since at least 1981. (Fact Check.org, 2012) Gun robbery in 2011 was 122,300 the lowest rate since 2004.
However, many people think that capital punishment should be abolished. A state has no moral right to take anyone’s life. Comparing the effect of the abolishment, the number of innocent people get killed may increase. If each murderer get executed, there innocent people are saved. However, we cannot forget the fact that people can change.
2. Capital punishment are imposed in criminal justice system that treats you better if you are rich and famous than if you are poor and innocent. 3. It is against the God and the ten commandments to put someone to death penalty 4. To kill people who have killed someone close to simply to continue the cycle of violence, it destroys the avenger as well as the defender.
Executing the innocent is a rare but acceptable risk of the death penalty. Supporters of this argument say that there is no proof that any innocent person has actually been executed since more safety was added to the DP in the 1970s. Even if such executions have occurred, they are very rare. Opponents say once an inmate is executed, nothing can be done to reverse it. There is evidence too that mistakes have been made.
First of all killing morally is a way of killing ones moral beliefs. Morality is derived from the Latin word “moralitas” meaning manner, personality, and behavioral ethics. It is the ability to make choices between the good and the bad. In today’s society, teenagers kill morally by guiding people to the wrong path, sometimes even forcing others to do something which is against their intentions or principles. For example, compelling someone to smoke, drink or doing an action against their will is eventually going to harm them in some way or another, either physically or emotionally.
If someone commits murder then they are liable to arrest and prosecution in the U.K. If they are found guilty in a court of law, a lengthy custodial sentence is imminent. Different societies around the world have different norms. Under Sharia Law, a non-Muslim who leads a Muslim away from Islam is punishable by death. This might be a norm in that society, whereas residents in the U.K might view this as a barbaric act.
V saved Evey and was explaining her how he could have killed those fingerman. V also seems to be a very rancorous person and is trying to transmit this to Evey to make her understand that violence is not just about killing, but is a justice punishment for wrongdoing. V’s behavior is pretty much making Evey loose innocence and realize how unjust the world can be. Sometimes you have to get hurt for the second or even third time to realize that you are just an innocent person who has to start changing your point of view. Evey is one of these people.