Yes, it guarantee's a futurue crime is prevented......
that's all that needed to be said there, nothing more
as once again youre trying to confuse thie issue
The system is not fool-proof.
i've never said the justice system itself is fool-proof
though individual cases can be, and it is those cases where capital punishment should be applied
Are you seriously using a religious icon as proof that capital punishment is viable?
of course i brought up the death of Jesus
as it is indeed the most important capital case of all time
without it billions of peoples lives would be changed for the worse forever
"That the death penalty, for murder in the commission of armed robbery, each year saves the lives of scores, if not hundreds of victims of such crimes cannot reasonably be doubted by any judge who has had substantial experience at the trial court level with the handling of such persons." -- The Honorable B. Rey Shauer, Justice of the Supreme Court of California
it has become a forgone conclusion that in certain cases the death penalty is the only true way to avoid certain criminals from repeating their crimes.
my opponent has conceded that capital punishment saves money over the alternatives, and i have proven that many times the criminal if released will continue to commit crimes, therefore the death penalty is now nesecary.
maybe at some point in the future there will be a viable replacement, but at this current date non-such exists.
we cannot buck history just as we cannot buck the will of the majority. their voice speaks loud and clear, the death penalty works and the people want it
I wish you luck, now and for your future debates