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I'm really dissapointed that life sentence was not in the discussion when there are people who thinks that is more disgusting than the death penalty. Many inmates plead for death in jail. You all have presumed that prisons and jails are humane. If you are righteous enough to believe criminals should be removed from society and put away, you bear the responsibility they are treated humanely inside. You cannot be vindictive and be oh theyll get fucked up in prison, because they are already in there to pay their debt. A debt that the society has determined the just and appropriate penalty. Classify them through mental state assessment.
People in jails should be able to go outside. They are already confined, it is inhumane and you take away their sanity when what you want is for them to return back out rehabilitated.
Society sucks! We accept it. We are at the precicipe of flipping all belief of right and wrong. Surge of underage opiate abusers will fill jails and prisons to the rafters. States in my metropolitan area have made preemptive legislation. But unless we revisit our values and reform the justice system to reflect our overarching progressive population, government will be failing to appease a brewing mass hysteria.
Could you make an episode where you include a “true neutral” (a person that doesn’t form an opinion per say on the topic of politics due to lack of knowledge, but could say how they feel on the topic overall)
That afro guy acting all like a saint. Although I don't wish this upon anyone, I would like to see how he'll act (or how his views are gonna change) if a person close to him (i. e a family member) is the victim to an heinous crime.
I like the afro guy but he wants to put to much emotion into the legal system that what we have today. To much emotion is what wages one thing from another stop putting emotion behind logical decisions and perceptions.
idek why i’m watching this. the death penalty obviously works and should be kept. the only thing is people shouldn’t be able to be put on death row with only circumstantial evidence. if there’s a doubt, give them life in prison without parole.
Idk why anti-death penalty people focus so much on circumstances. Do you really think the criminal justice system doesn’t account for that? Do you know what discretion is? Discretion is used tremendously by cops and judges alike to dish out crimes. So when the lady used the women killing the man example, no, she wouldn’t get the death penalty, however, she does deserve some jail time because it’s not her place to dish out justice. People need to just study criminal justice a little bit because they will realize that a lot of the stuff they are using against the death penalty, are already being used in the system.
TombWraith I mean, I guess, but if you’re arguing that a serial killer deserves to be rehabilitated because they have the potential to feel empathy idk what to say. I don’t believe in the death penalty for one murder but if you’re killing multiple people for fun... you don’t deserve your own life.
Surprisingly none of the questions you asked lead to my decisions to favor Anti-Death Penalty. Even though I am not religious I feel like the death penalty is one of those old rules an eye for an eye. I don't like the idea of state sanctioned homicide. I am a lawyer and we place a lot of trust and legitimacy in due process but I still feel like no one in the world has the right to take someone else's life, not even the State. For me the discussion is between death penalty and life imprisonment and I find that life imprisonment without possibility of parole (for all crimes, like all crimes) is a much better way to deal with the situation.
Should sentence be reduced if they apologize genuinely?
No absolutely not just because they apoligize dosent make the crime dissapear, plus I would not even beleive them for example some one murders a little boy and apologizes but he still killed someones child how does apologizing do ANYTHING, why would they deserve a shorter sentence?
The death penalty is an easy way out. A vast majority of murderers have no fear of death when they know they are in the wrong. (Don’t have the exact stats sorry). They don’t care if they die. I think it is better to allow them to possibly suffer for the rest of their life in prison, insane asylum, etc. Life in prison + hell is a longer suffering then straight to hell itself.
my country, like most of first world countries, dont have death penalty so idk. i dont think it should be a thing? some people can get better. others can be forced in the prison to do some work for our society right? i havent done my research but idk i think it should stay illegal.
Pro Death Penalty Man: Steps forward saying that everybody deserves a second chance... Those innocent people who were wrongly executed by the state law will never get a second chance at a retrial ??
The death penalty is an outdated, barbaric act. Spending a whole life in bars is far more punishing.
Wishing death upon somebody is so messed up, and you can't argue that it deters people from committing crimes, because anyone who even begins to fathom doing something criminal is not thinking about the consequences, they will eventually do it.
:: Australia abolished the death penalty years ago after the number of innocent executions went up and we aren't a country known for being one of crime and excessive murders ?
+Shawn Durnell While the number of innocent people certainly went down, DNA evidence has been faulty. What he is saying is that you violate the Constitution when you put to death an innocent person and the only way to drop that rate to 0 is to abolish the death penalty.
+TombWraith i wasn't talking about you then. Im talking about those who see abortion as murder and so believe abortion is wrong but then turn around and support murder outside of self defense and say its okay. If murder is bad to them, it should be bad in all instances. I don't think abortion is murder until the brain developed, because our brain makes us who we are. I honestly dont know how i feel about the death penalty. On one hand, i think people can change. On the other hand, there are those who don't and we spend a lot of tax money keeping them alive in prison. Also if someone killed someone in my family, I'd want them to get whats coming to them, but then again, if one of my family members killed someone, I'd want them to get a second chance. I feel before we empose the death penalty we should get these people legit mental and emotional help and a very long jail sentence (i dont believe that people should be imprisoned for life). I think only second time offenders or serial killers should get the death penalty.
+Shawn Durnell Pro-life (which I'm not by the way) has nothing to do with capital punishment.
Abortion is not murder by the way, based on the definition of murder.
I am pro-choice but against capital punishment. That is not hypocritical.
From the moment I started this video I knew it wasn’t going to be a positive discussion for some of the people, because of that women. She didn’t set out to have a thoughtful discussion or exchange ideas and values, she set out to prove people wrong. To “get em” stump them, and I find those kinds of people to be the most annoying types of people
the guy with the afro lives is some sort of reality where people are saints. Reality is, people are irrational and will work for themselves and not for the well-being of society (except for a few). Individuals work for a personal long term gain, such as killing someone who committed a crime because that means they removed a threat from their own world.
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