The debate "Death penalty is a violation against human rights" was started by
July 24, 2016, 7:27 pm.
7 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 23 people are on the disagree side.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
J posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
damez posted 1 argument, PeaceSafe posted 1 argument, Khairon posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
J, Person198, EddyCamacho and 4 visitors agree.
damez, SwaggerPoptart, sabrina, Nemiroff, jrardin12, Khairon, Rashia, pratagata, ShayGP, charles and 13 visitors disagree.
There's undoubtedly a reason the victim will be executed and they likely deserve it so no, it is not a human rights violation
I'm on the fence about this one, but, a life in prison isn't much of a life at all. Maybe we should focus on improving prison life for the less severe cases.
the death penalty does too. that's why most modern countries have banned it.
north korean life sucks.
You think when a person did a very terrible thing he should be dead? his life doesn't matter anymore?
well then move to North Korea. they love it there.
death penalty all the way!!!!!
no he's right. the cost of execution is about the same as a few decades in prison.
it's the court time that is super expensive. the repeated appeals. attorneys, judges bailiffs etc. you have to pay all of them to be there to for all their appeals. it is very expensive.
feeding .water usage .space usage .clothing for life is cheaper then death penalty I think not
do they? in my opinion life in prison without parole is far worse than death.
and if it happens that you made a mistake, there is no releasing someone from death.
I'm not going into the moral question, I think the potential innocence and inadequate punishment make the death penalty a bad choice.
the due process of death row is far far more expensive than lifelong incarceration.
Some people deserve to die.