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A death penalty required for sexual assaults cases, that will reduce the crime rate

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Asked by kamini joshi, 20 Oct '12 09:08 am
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Yes
it will reduce crime.
Answered by Nokister, 20 Oct '12 09:31 am

 
  
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In my opinion, death penalty can prevent others from committing crime because severe punishment can always frighten and hinder people doing illegal things, such as murder or the serious sexual abuse. Although the anti-side of the death penalty made a point that it does not help to reduce the crime rate, and people can find some other better ways instead of giving a verdict of death penalty, I do not think that it is fair for those victims who were killed and the murderers only had a life long prison sentence. If we abolish the death penalty, it seems that we indirectly encourage people to kill others because they need not to pay for what they have done but will have some other slight punishment as community service or donating himself to charities. Without death penalty, people will not be afraid of being sentenced because they clearly know that no other sentences are more serious than the life long prison sentence; therefore, under this condition, I do not think death penalty should b ...more
Answered by manvika, 20 Oct '12 09:11 am

 
  
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