Argumentative Essay: Anti Death Penalty

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Anti-Death Penalty
Encyclopedia Britannica defines death penalty, “Death Penalty is the execution of an offender sentenced to death after conviction by a court of law of a criminal offense” (“Death Penalty”, 2013, para. 1). Dennis Kucinich (n. d. ) pointed out the murder rate of the states that abrogated death penalty is just 4.4 percent while the average murder rate for every 100 000 people is 8 percent in states that have death penalty. This implies that states that have death penalty have higher murder rates than those that don’t have. It is just like a blazing fire that is being mercilessly blown away by the compassionless wind which has not given the fire an opportunity to spread warmth and light. This mirrors error of the way of equity and how it dies out the true definition of justice. An innocent one’s stand may forever not be heard. The killer may not feel any remorse of their wrong deeds. The killer who has been punished because of killing is also killed for the sake of justice which doesn’t make any sense. All of these just echo injustice. If this just makes everything fail, then why do we have to push it further until the destruction would be eminently baleful?
One of the main reasons why people have really aimed of implementing death penalty is it tries to equalize the crime committed and the punishment
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States have already colossal problems regarding idealistic public servants’ wretched acts toward their own country which mostly occur in our country, Philippines. Inserting this issue would not alleviate the state’s burden but instead heighten the complexity of problems faced by the nation. “Cases without the death penalty cost $740,000, while cases where the death penalty is sought cost $1.26 million” (“Death Penalty”, 2016, para. 3). We will not just exchange millions of families starving to death with a justice system where the criminal feels victorious at the
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