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If anybody ever deserved the death penalty it is Dylan Storm Roof who murdered nine people in cold blood with premeditation after spending a hour with them in Bible study because he hated black people. When I first heard about this, I was thinking no punishment is too harsh for him. But then I watched the families of the victims, one by one, look Roof in the eye as they struggled to contain their grief, and say that they forgave him. And I knew that the death penalty is immoral no matter how heinous the crime or the murderer. The families showed immense dignity and set an example for us all about how to hold to your moral ideals no matter how great the challenge. The family members of the victims are true heroes. Steven R: I think Charles Manson was sentenced to life in prison. Charles Manson didn’t kill anyone. I also feel torn when I hear about murderers as vile as the one you write about in your comment.
But then I remember that as long as there is a death penalty, there will be innocent people who will be killed by the state, Humans are fallible–we can never be 100% sure. I also remember that the death penalty is not about the one convicted– it is about us as a society. It coarsens society. It cheapens life. It puts revenge ahead of mercy. It is natural to feel the urge to take revenge; but as civilized people we must overcome that urge. Lock the killer away and make sure he can never hurt anyone again. Have a special super secure facility for these savage killers and keep them away even from other prisoners. The Catholic church opposes the death penalty and so should everyone else, regardless of their religious beliefs, because it is immoral. David Milgaard He is a Canadian who was wrongfully convicted for the rape and murder of nursing assistant Gail Miller.
He was released and compensated after spending 23 years in prison. Now, if he would have been given the death penalty, there are no words to describe what people would have felt. As it is he is scarred for life. Honestly, I can say that I a torn between the death penalty for certain situations such as, the murder of innocent children, sexual abuse of children and serial killers (if 100% proven). There is no rehabilitation of these particular crimes as they are purely acts that are incomprehensible. I am not sure if you have done any reading about the Robert William “Willie” Pickton of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. He was a former multi-millionaire pig farmer and serial killer convicted in 2007 of the second-degree murders of six women, but he killed many more. Canadians live in poverty on the streets and should be assisted. Sanxuary: I promised to answer your questions about innocent people on death row.