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I have always been in favour of the death penalty. The last survey on the subject showed that 48% were with me for ‘’some crimes’’.
I would have thought the murders of three children during a sleepover would have come within the ‘’some crimes’’ category.
The father of two of the victims, Paul Bennett,13 and Lacey, 11, has made his position clear.
In the early hours of yesterday - some 48 hours after their lifeless bodies were discovered in a semi in Killamarsh, Derbyshire - Jason Bennett shared a Facebook post calling for a return of the death penalty.
Those with decent memories will remember the punishment was last used in 1964 and was finally taken off the statue book in 1968.
The post by Jason, a Royal Mail worker, read; ’’Bring back the death penalty anybody else have enough balls to post."
Can somebody explain to me why the killer should not die. Under the present system the multiple murderer - he killed the mother and Lacey’s best friend as well - will probably be jailed for 40 years.
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The police have arrested a 31-year-old man known to the family. For the sake of this article let us imagine that he is the guilty party.
I imagine his QC will tell the court about his tough upbringing and his mental health challenges etc. All vomit-making stuff.
Having heard all this guff the oh so liberal judge will then decide that for the next four decades he will have a secure, warm environment where he will receive three hot meals a day.
Why should he be entitled to such security (and at such enormous expense) having robbed children of their lives and their dad of his future.
What is the argument for keeping him alive? A vague notion that it diminishes us by becoming killers ourselves.
I think we grow in stature by knowing that by ridding the world of this vermin we are doing God’s work.
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