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Your arguments for your stance don't seem convincing.
But have you considered this point that capital punishment to rapist-killers is unlikely to rid our society of the heinous crime?
The number of prisoners sentenced to life who committed additional violent crimes; certainly thousands though I don't have a solid number.
The number of executed prisoners who have committed additional crimes; 0.
I definitely know about wrongful conviction. Leonard Peltier is a good example. I also know that DNA has improved rightful convictions. When a 40 year old man rapes a 4 year old girl & then murders her, tosses her body like trash, that's barbar
Yours is a good answer. But I think you've failed to consider a crucial question, namely whether the elimination of criminals is likely to eliminate crime, haven't you?
You're silent on a very important point, i.e. the execution of wrongdoers is unlikely to rid society of wrongdoing. Do you really believe that capital punishment to rapist-murderers would make this world free of rape?
It won't prevent the crime but it will prevent a repeat from that criminal, most sexual predators are repeat offenders.
Its not about correction its about punishment, nothing has cut crime as much as 3 strikes, this is the next step.