The Death Penalty is not inhumane, do you agree?

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Throughout history, death penalty has played a vital role in politics and been abolished in many nations. Also know as capital punishment, death penalty, the sentence of death upon a person through judicial purposes as a punishment for a crime, is atrocious and coldblooded. Wrongful execution is a miscarriage of justice occurring when an innocent person is put to death by capital punishment. Furthermore, It must be remembered that criminals are real people too who have life and with it the capacity to feel pain, fear and the loss of their loved ones, and all the other emotions that the rest of us are capable of feeling. Killing a person without providing at least a chance to redeem his/herself is simply merciless. Therefore, death penalty is simply the most extreme inhumane method of punishing someone for their crime.

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There is a probability that genuinely innocent people will be executed and there is no possible way of compensating them for the miscarriage of justice. Some have claimed that as many as 39 executions have been carried out in the United States of America in face of compelling evidence of innocence or serious doubt about guilt. Derek Bentley was a mentally challenged young man who was executed in 1953 in the United Kingdom. He was convicted of the murder of a police officer during an attempted robbery despite the fact that it was his accomplice who fired the gun, ...

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