Hate Crimes Should Elicit The Death Penalty

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Capital punishment, especially in the face of hate crimes, is on the rise in the United States. With it comes the raised question: What crimes should elicit the death penalty? Moreover, is the death penalty even humane? Hate crimes are considered especially odious in the comparison of other crimes, therefore receiving harsher punitive measures than most other crimes. The proposal of issuing the death penalty in the face of hate crimes and incidents is steadily gaining popularity as well as harsher criticism against the overall humanity of capital punishment. Although some people believe it to reduce the amount of those looking to commit these felonies from the streets, those convicted of federal hate crimes should not be put to death because

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