Capital Punishment: The Ultimate Denial of Human Rights

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Capital Punishment: The Ultimate Denial of Human Rights While analyzing all of the articles that we have received in class, one in particular captured my interest. It was article # 14 entitled, “Dead Wrong.” This article best represents my viewpoint on the topic of capital punishment. It states that at least two thirds of Americans favor a suspension of the death penalty for reasons of fairness and money. Along with those two thirds of Americans, I too …

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…web sites I read and visited strengthened my opinion of this topic. I have a hard time trying to see the other side of this debate. Capital punishment has not proven to be effective, it costs a lot of money, and is morally and ethically wrong. This is a fact, and until someone comes along and can prove otherwise, I feel there should be no debate. Capital Punishment should be suspended or abolished for good.