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I do not understand the benefit derived from the implementation of capital punishment in the U.S.A.
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• The death penalty does not dissuade.[10] If the knowledge of the punishment is intended as a prevention to committing a crime then why are there still people who commit murder....

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The Old Testament does in fact say “an eye for an eye.” Thus, the punishment should fit the crime.
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The death penalty may limit crime, but it is not a positive form of punishment due to the financial burdens on the government, killings of the innocent, and moral and ethical issues....

 

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They usually have leant punishments like 3-4 years in jail, when they should have a punishment more fit for their crime.
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So long as the prison terms continue to be favorable as in this instance the theory that Crime Does Pay cannot be discounted. This character will walk away in a couple of years with more money than most of us will ever see in our 40-50 years of our working lifetime.

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The general form of any possible justification of punishmentinvolves several steps. They start with realizing that punishing peopleis not intelligibly done entirely or solely for its own sake, as are,say, playing cards or music, writing poetry or philosophy, or otheracts of intrinsic worth to their participants. Nietzsche and Foucaultare among those who would dispute this claim, and they may have historyon their side. They think that human nature is such that we do getintrinsic even if disguised satisfactions out of inflicting authorizedharm on others, as punishment necessarily does. Others will regard thissatisfaction, such as it is, as a perversity of human nature, and willsay that we retain the practice of punishment because it enables us toachieve certain goals or results.


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Finally, because the infliction of punishment is normally intendedto cause, and usually does cause, some form of deprivation for theperson being punished, the infliction of punishment providesunparalleled opportunity for abuse of power. To distinguish such abusesboth from the legitimate deprivations that are essential to punishmentand from the excesses of punitive sentences that embody cruel andinhumane punishments, one must rely on the way the former are connectedto (and the latter disconnected from) whatever constitutes the sentenceas such and whatever justifies it (Bedau 1972). This is especially truewhere punishment through the legal system is concerned, since thepunishments at the system’s disposal—as well as the abuses—aretypically so severe.

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Not only does she face the possibility of getting spanked at home, but there is a very good chance that each and every school that she attends prior to college will also utilize corporal punishment. It is in these small towns, in which parents use corporal punishment so frequently that the schools get the full support of the community to use the paddle as they see fit. They are not all caught up in being politically correct; the concept is really quite simple. If a young lady, of any age, in any grade, misbehaves at school, then there is a good chance that she will get her bottom paddled. It works at home, why would it not work at school?

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Hukuman Rotan (Caning punishment)This drawing appeared on a Malaysian blog, but the original source is unknown. It shows a "hands on the desk" caning. The various captions in Malay appear to be quoting official rules, and translate as follows. Adult at left: "A witness to assist and to record the number of strokes". Bending student: "Position of the student: Both hands holding the table and body leaning forward". Adult at right: "Swing from shoulder level, apply cane to covered buttocks or palm of hand". The cane: "Dimensions of cane approx. 1 metre long, diameter 0.5 cm, and the end must not be split". Caption at lower right: "Only headmaster or principal or teacher with written authorisation may give a caning. The proposed caning shall be a learning experience, not just retribution". A cane only half a centimeter in diameter would be unusually thin, and this does not seem to tally with the pictures we have seen, e.g. the two previous items. Also, one official rule not mentioned here is that school caning in Malaysia is supposed to be limited to three strokes per occasion (cf. six in Singapore and ten in South Korea).