Why not execute them and save society the cost of their keep?
” Many Americans believe that the death penalty is wrong.
Capital punishment has been practiced on American soil for more than 400 years.
Historians have documented nearly 16,000 executions, accomplished by burning, hanging, firing squad, electrocution, lethal gas and lethal injection.
S., although they are distributed in wildly uneven fashion.
California’s death row, by far the nation’s largest, tops out at well over 700, while three or fewer inmates await execution in seven states.
As of now, the majority of American supports the death penalty as an effective solution of punishment.“An eye for an eye,” is what some Americans would say concerning the death penalty.
Supporters of the death penalty ask the question, “Why should I, an honest hardworking taxpayer, have to pay to support a murderer for the rest of their natural life?
We have also decided that the advantages of having dangerous murderers removed from our society outweigh the losses of the offender.
The second argument against capital punishment is that it is unfair in its administration.