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Old January 2, 2007, 02:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Carte Blanche
So spending the rest of the life in solitary confinement with no parole is less of an incentive to commit crimes than death in 30 seconds?
Living, breathing (There is a chance in the future, even if that is a faint one) vs death. Which one is incentive wise better?

For criminals who deserve death penalty, society do not want to spend any more resources on them. Jail cells, guards, security etc. Those should be deployed for the ones who need to be reformed.
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