Bringing The Death Penalty Back to NY
This quote is from an Editorial in The New York Times:
When a police officer dies in the line of duty, there is a natural desire to look for ways to prevent such tragedies in the future. Gov. George Pataki responded to the fatal shooting of Officer Dillon Stewart this week with a call for reinstating the death penalty. That is unlikely to save the lives of officers who find themselves facing violent suspects. Most potential cop killers are not the kind of people likely to consider the consequences of their worst impulses. The allegations about the man accused of killing Officer Stewart - that he was a man already wanted by the authorities who sped through a traffic light while carrying 53 bags of marijuana - provide a perfect description of a person who would not be prudent enough to resist grabbing a handy gun.
The legislature will vote this Wednesday. Take action to let Pataki know how you feel.
Posted by Angela at 10:34 AM
I do not think the death penalty should be allowed ever again because whats the sense you mght as well let them die in prison.
and speaking in Godly sense that is a sin for both parts
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