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Emmanuel Mashandudze

Business Intelligence, Tools and Process Specialist, Witwatersrand University

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The death penalty is a method of punishment in several countries. Is it justified to give someone such a penalty? Is it right?

The law against right or wrong is so difficult and different in several countries. In some its flexible and some are so strict that certain individuals have the power to get someone executed over their crimes. Society has a different take on many of these laws. What does the world say? Is it fair to kill as a person for their wrongs and isn't this saying they do not deserve a second chance to life? Who has the the right to kill?


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    Dec 18 2011: I think that nobody has the right to kill anyone, nobody. I'm very glad that in my country this is not allow.
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      Dec 19 2011: You are definitely lucky to have a group of people who lead you who believe in such principles. There are so many nations that believe in it. I just want to ask you though, What happens to serial killers and those people who go out to prawl on mankind for the fun of it.

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