Capital Punishment Is The Ten Commandment

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Capital punishment has always been an urging matter. In television shows it is seen all the time. Game of Thrones, for example, is a widely popular show with billions of adoring fans. It is also extremely bloody and with its own set of rules for justice. In the show, execution is performed in public to enforce deterrence. By sentencing death to a criminal, the authority enforces its power, stops others from making the same crimes, and demonstrates political dissent. Capital punishment is the dilemma that is constantly revisited. On one hand, it is not difficult to see all the negative characteristics it holds. Human beings are not the ones who can make this kind of decision. Depending on one’s religious views, it is believed that capital punishment is a right reserved to God, karma, time or any other superior being. However, unlike Game of Thrones, there is a well-established justice system that ensures fair trials and serves a death sentence when it is absolutely necessary. Capital punishment is the most superior and fair form of retribution, and support for these notions can be seen in the Jewish Bible, The Christen bible, Glaspell’s Trifles, the trial Gregg v. Georgia, and Snow Falling on Cedars.
One of the earliest examples of the superiority of capital punishment are the ten commandments in the Jewish Bible. The 10 commandments are perhaps the most famous scripts of the Bible, of which almost all are punishable by death. The commandments are described according to their

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