Wether Death Penalty

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Capital Punishment Some people question the death penalty as to wether or not it is cold blooded murder or just an equal punishment for one who commits murder. Should there be any exceptions, such as minors or people with mental retardation. Televised executions should be completely out of the question. Also some question wether or not the criminal should be lethally injected or be given the same punishment as his victim. There’s a claim that it is more expensive for the state to execute a criminal than to incarcerate them for life. Many opponents present the fact that it is 2 million dollars per capital punishment case. While criminals that face life in prison without parole for 30 to 40 years with the annual cost of incarceration being at $40,000 to $50,000 per criminal each year. Over the span of years in prison the cost could reach 3.6 more million dollars than capital punishment.…show more content…
“The death penalty is racist,” was the official conclusion of The U.S. Department of Justice released in September. According to The Department Justice figures, about 80% of death inmates are black or Hispanic. It is not the governments fault if blacks kill more than whites or Hispanics more than blacks or any other way you can put it. If someone no matter what race kills someone or wether ones income is higher that the others they should be punished. It doesn’t matter if they are rich or poor. If you did it, you did it. What about televised executions? There are many civil rights and religious groups that would do everything in their power to make sure that we did not have the chance to witness events like this in our own home. There are many instances, though, where these groups have tried to block certain graphics from being seen, and they still made it
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