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@95MDDQB answered…2wks

@93ZVQ53 from New York answered…2mos

No, automatic appeals make it significantly more expensive than a life sentence.

 @928PJ8Q from California answered…2mos

@6T6Y4L2 from Rhode Island answered…3mos

@92YHQCV from California answered…4mos

Yes, but only for horrific crimes with undeniable evidence, because too many people are innocently convicted. Plus, I think that spending life in prison is a harsher sentence because the dead don't suffer unless their soul was sent to hell that is.

@934R57G answered…4mos

 Deleted answered…5mos

Yes, bring back public executions for rapists, unprovoked murderers, and anything against animals.

@9334YP3 answered…5mos

Yes, for those sentenced to life in prison as well as for those sentenced to death, but in both cases, only when further appeal is impossible or not desired.

@92WTP23 from Pennsylvania answered…5mos

No, it would be less expensive to implement life in prison without parole

@8ZYQ3HP from California answered…5mos

@LiamHal78638640 from Illinois answered…5mos

Yes and use it on more criminals to decrease the prison population

 Deleted answered…5mos

Yes, bring back public executions for those who have raped, done anything gruesome to an animal, or those who have murdered anyone for no reason.

 Deleted answered…5mos

Yes, bring back public executions for rapists, unprovoked murderers, and anyone who has harmed the weak.

 Deleted answered…6mos

Execute rapists, any unprovoked murders, anything gruesome against animals, and anything against the weak.

@92458D2 from Illinois answered…6mos

The punishment should fit with the crime in which the criminal committed

@ThomasJ249 from Georgia answered…6mos

Yes, but only for rapists, anything forced sexually, anything against animals, and anything terrorist in nature.

@8ZVZ2J5 from Georgia answered…6mos

Yes, but I think that the death penalty should be an opt-in program for any incarcerated individual who's serving an extended sentence.

@8ZTJN9H from North Carolina answered…6mos

@ThomasJ476 from Georgia answered…7mos

Yes, but only for rapists, unprovoked murders and anything against animals.

@ThomasJJ99 from Georgia answered…7mos

Public executions for those who have done harm to any animal, rapists, unprovoked murders, and any type of money embezzlement.

@ThomasJj88 from Georgia answered…8mos

Sort of. I do not like how the government can execute someone but I do believe that public executions should be brought back. Anyone who has harmed an animal, unprovoked murder, or have raped someone should be publicly hung or shot in the head.

@Thomasjj68 from Georgia answered…8mos

Sort of. I do not like the idea that the government has the capability to execute someone but I do believe that we should bring back public executions for those who have been proven as being a rapist, anything against animals, gruesome attacks, and execute those who have manipulated another.

 Deleted answered…8mos

Yes, bring back public executions for rapists, any unprovoked murder, anything against animals, and other heinous crimes with absolute evidence.

@8VC7WDN from North Carolina answered…8mos

Yes, also support bringing back public executions but only for most severe crimes.

@MSmashville from Maryland answered…8mos

No, killing someone for any reason other than self-defense is wrong. No matter what they may or may not have done. Especially since a lot of people that have been killed by the state have been confirmed as wrongfully convicted.

@8YPN2V5 from Louisiana answered…8mos

 Deleted answered…8mos

Yes, publicly execute rapists, unprovoked murderers, anything against animals and children.

@8YJZQSK from New Jersey answered…8mos

@8YJ6ZGY from Michigan answered…9mos

@8Y5H9DW from Wisconsin answered…9mos

No, we should be wary of giving the government the power to end the life of its citizens.

@88NZKDZ from New York answered…9mos

 Deleted answered…9mos

Yes, but only for the crimes of treason, sedition, espionage, murder, rape, and kidnapping of a minor when it is carried out by way of lethal injection, hanging, firing squad, or gas chamber

@8Y2NH4W from Minnesota answered…9mos

Yes, but they should get to choose from life time in jail or death penalty and there is enough evidence to prove that they did the crime.

@thomasjj0 from Georgia answered…10mos

Public executions for rapists, anything against animals, and unprovoked murders. Allow the victims family to carry out the execution instead of the state.

@8XQ8BHQ from South Carolina answered…10mos

 Deleted answered…10mos

We need to build a city, preferably in Wyoming or anywhere unpopulated, doesn't really matter, that has all the criminals sent there. 20 Lane highways should be built to LA and NYC to transport criminals. Also a 20 runway airport to transport them.

@ThomasJ1331 from Georgia answered…10mos

Public executions for pedos, rapists, unprovoked murderers, anything against animals, and anything against the week minded.

@8XKPM7B from Oregon answered…11mos

I support death as a punishment, however i do not support the current death penalty in the U.S. there are too many innocent people in there most likely therefore the risk is too inconsistent

@8XHDW54 from Ohio answered…11mos

@8XG6MV3 answered…11mos

No, no one is should want to inflict suffering to others. Compassion has a better long term effect.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes. Bring back public executions for those who have raped, murdered unprovoked, anything against animals, and anything against the weak.

@Thomasj66 from Georgia answered…11mos

Yes, bring back public executions for rapists, anything unprovoked (murders/sexual), and anything against animals.

@8WNRNBZ from California answered…12mos

 Deleted answered…12mos

Allow public executions for rapists, unprovoked murders, and anything against animals. Chemically castrate those who have done anything sexual against others if the family of the victim does not want them executed.

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