Who Are We To Judge?

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Capital Punishment has been recognised by most countries at one time in their history as a civilised way of disposing of criminals who them deem to be unforgivable and so "bad" that they think it is necessary to take away Gods greatest gift of life. Through time many countries that have blatantly abused the death penalty, have now reformed and came to the conclusion that the death penalty is not necessary to punish criminals for …

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…who cost so much to keep alive, but thinking logically, if we get rid of our expensive prisoners, why not save even more money by introducing euthanasia for our old and chronically sick? By killing another member of another family what does this achieve? We now have two grieving families instead of one! In the last words of a man who was executed in the states by lethal injection "Remember the Death Penalty is murder!"