Capital Punishment

Who invented capital punishment?


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2011-04-17 19:37:23
2011-04-17 19:37:23

Capital punishment dates back to ancient times


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Capital punishment remains an issue because some countries still use capital punishment.

Austria doesn't have capital punishment.

in the USA capital punishment is DEATH

no revenge is not justification for capital punishment

Capital punishment is a belief and an actuality. It is not a universal belief or a universal actuality; the belief in capital punishment is only held by some people and capital punishment is practiced only in some places.

No. Capital Punishment is not tolerated or practised in Fiji.

Capital punishment in Australia ended in 1967.

Capital Punishment Organization ended in 1994.

Capital Punishment Organization was created in 1989.

Capital punishment in France ended in 1981.

it depends. i am not against capital punishment per se, but I am against it as practiced. I feel as though the capital punishment system is highly inefficient.

Capital punishment is legal in Japan. The only crimes for which capital punishment is statutory are homicide and treason.

Canada has abolished capital punishment for all crimes.

capital punishment should be abolished in the U.S.

capital punishment started so people would get punished for what they did

when was capital punishment brought in to the contries

No one who has undergone capital punishment has re-offended. Ever

The Advantages of capital punishment are to reduced of crime and people who kills by the criminals .

Capital punishment in Spain was abolished for all crimes in 1995

what capital punishment are still being used today

Capital punishment is legal and practiced in many states.

Capital punishment is and has been abolished as it has been called murder.

Since I am against capital punishment, I don't see that it has any value.

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