No due to several reasons. I will state that I once supported the death penalty and understood the philosophical argument behind it that due the fact that a murderer claimed the right to life of another that he looses the right to his. Yet, I can no longer support the death penalty in the same sense and feel that life in prison in a cage is a fit punishment just the same, the person basically looses their right to freedom and to live life freely and is just punishment and the person has to think on what it they did. Furthermore, the person is given the true chance to repent and change and that is part of my faith.
Furthermore, I can no longer support Capital Punishment with the same argument as is often understood if it is going to be used as a means to justify infanticide as is being done by Bioethics and being published about in a Medical Journal as seen below.
Merely being human is not in itself a reason for ascribing someone a right to life. Indeed, many humans are not considered subjects of a right to life: spare embryos where research on embryo stem cells is permitted, fetuses where abortion is permitted, criminals where capital punishment is legal.
If the right to life is not going to be found in the human and instead in the person hood as is argued by these evil people, then I am against capital punishment for the reasons stated.