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It doesn't fulfill its intended function, the reduction of crime and the protection of innocents. It doesn't reduce crime and often harms innocents
For the most dangerous of criminals, an escape, such as with 'El Chapo' Guzman, could mean the death of many citizens, be it civilian or law enforcement. The criminals who pose the highest risk should be executed as the lives of the many should outweigh the lives of the few.
What kind of wrong? A moral wrong? An illegal act? Something else?
The problem with it is in the chance of killing an innocent and in the execution of the execution, not in the principle itself.
It goes against the idea it attempts to preserve, that no human has the right to take the life of another. Example- a parent hitting a child for hitting.
Psychopaths who commit terrible crimes do not deserve to remain on earth. They have no prospect for reform and will only corrupt other prisoners and letting them remain in jail is a waste of public money. If there is no doubt they did it, just shoot them (very cost effective).
perhaps the issue is justice, not punishment. A criminal sentence may serve to approximate a just outcome for the victims, the perpetrator and for society in general. A death sentence, capital punishment, may be the closest approximation to justice for some crimes.
Poor capitol, he didn't do anything!
So is providing free housing, food and a lack of bills. Also, it's not fair on the taxpayer to be harboring criminals when it is far cheaper and easier to have them exterminated.