The death penalty is one of the most ancient forms of justice.docx

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has ever lived will as well. To some, that may not seem like real justice, that may seem like an easy way out. Some would argue that the way in which he and many others who deserve to pay for their torture cause is a more barbaric and gruesome application such as torture or death by
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Dylan Stewart Professor Goral Texas Government (GOVT 2306) 12/2/18 Essay #1 firing squad, that would seem to be the possibly rightly less humane approaches to bringing these vial criminals to justice. Another argument of a similar genre that I’ve spoken about on podcasts in the past is that in the future, as we continue to learn more and more about how the human brain works and how the mind of a serial killer, or mass murder, functions, the more and more we’ll realize how truly mentally sick, deranged, and damaged the minds of these people are. An example, Edwin Valero. The former two division super featherweight and lightweight champion of the world, and at one time, one of the most feared boxers on the planet. Valero, despite having remarkable amount of success in the ring and being undefeated at the time of his end (27-0) had still failed to achieve a license to fight in multiple states because of an abnormal spot on his brain that was found in a pre-fight MRI. The spot was originally believed to be rooted from a massive motorcycle accident prior to Valero’s venture into pugilism in which the fighter was wearing no helmet and had to be rushed into emergency surgery on his brain to remove a blood clot years later, after the spot was discovered on the brain of the then champion, he stabbed hi wife three times, killing her, and taking his own life shortly after. With a
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