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Dudley Sharp

The death penalty has a foundation in justice, as do all criminal sanctions, and it spares innocent lives.


Like the innocent people this country has executed Dudley?


something like that)))


The false innocence claims by anti death penalty activists are both blatant and legendary. Some examples:

4) "The Innocent Executed: Deception & Death Penalty Opponents"

5) The 130 (now 139) death row "innocents" scam

6) "Exoneration Inflation: Justice Scalia’s Concurrence in Kansas v. March", by Ward Campbell, Supervising Deputy Attorney General, California Department of Justice, p 49, The Journal of the
Institute for the Advancement of Criminal Justice, Issue 2, Summer 2008,

7) "The innocence tactic: Unreliable studies and disinformation", reports By United States Congress, Senate, 107th Congress, 2d Session, Calender no 731, Report 107-315. The Innocence Protection Act of 2002, (iv) The innocence tactic: Unreliable studies and disinformation, p 65-69, http://alturl.com/6j7oc

8) "The Innocent and the Shammed", Joshua Marquis, Published in New York Times, 1/26/2006


Of all human endeavors that put innocents at risk, is there one with a better record of sparing innocent lives than the US death penalty? Unlikely.

1) "The Death Penalty: More Protection for Innocents"

2) Opponents in capital punishment have blood on their hands, Dennis Prager, 11/29/05, http://townhall.com/columnists/DennisPrager/2005/11/29/opponents_in_capital_punishment_have_blood_on_their_hands

3) "A Death Penalty Red Herring: The Inanity and Hypocrisy of Perfection", Lester Jackson Ph.D.,

Scott Jones


For me, the fact that there is even the possibility of one innocent person to be killed is sufficient reason to claim capital punishment should not be done and is immoral.

It is also sufficient that justice is not fairly meted out in this (or any country). The poor and outcast will also receive more punishment than the wealthy, the connected, and the privileged.

Those are sufficient reasons, but my primary reason is that I am a Christian and violence must be rejected in my discipleship of Jesus of Nazareth.

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