The Murder Of A State

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civil aviation, retaliatory murder of a member of the immediate family of law enforcement officials, civil rights offenses resulting in death, murder of a member of Congress, an important executive official, or a Supreme Court justice, espionage, death resulting from offenses involving transportation of explosives, destruction of government property, or destruction of property related to foreign or interstate commerce, murder committed by the use of firearm during a crime of violence of drug-trafficking crime, murder committed in a federal government facility, genocide, first-degree murder, murder of a federal judge or law enforcement official, murder of a foreign official, murder by a federal prisoner, murder of a US national in a foreign…show more content…
Although murder for murder is considered reasonable, does it really make anyone the bigger person? I believe that someone being sentenced to life in prison without parole is better. I believe this because when being sentenced to death, it is in a sense taking the easy way out. Although you may have to wait many years being actually being executed, it gives you less time to live with the decision you have made. Having to spend life in prison without parole gives a person more time to come to the realization of what they have done and possible feel remorse for their actions one day. A case where one man believes that his 8th amendment rights were violated was in the case of
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