"I've made my decision and I haven't actually listened to a single word you've said nor would I care to listen to any counter opinion since it's different than mine, it's obviously inferior and therefore wrong." - That's what that last part sounded like fyi.
Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men
I shall continue responding, but not in the hopes you will reply, but to provide clarity on my point for anyone else reading.
To the first part, everything I've said is to be taken in conjunction with my proposed revisions to the Death Penalty system. And in what I proposed there would be no "guys were 100% guilty only to be found innocent later on". That would be completely eliminated.
As to the second part, the potential to be undone was there, but I was careful to word my point, something you didn't pick up on. I don't differentiate between someone who has already served the duration of their sentence, since the entirety of their life was forfeited in incarceratoin.
As to the first bolded portion. One needs only to look back at the Founding Fathers to determine execution would not fall into the cruel and unusual punishment area considering there were executions at the time the Constitution was written. If the Founding Fathers thought it were cruel or unusual in any way why wouldn't they write that into the constitution to begin with?
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