So do you think there should be a death penalty? And if you think so, why do you think that way? Like, do you believe that it should vary on the crime or do you believe that it should just not be a thing at all?
I think it depends on if it can be 100% proven that you committed the crime. Like these people who go up and shoot up schools and shoot up grocery stores and it's proven, yeah, they need to die. I think so.
I feel like it depends on the person and what they've done. If giving them the death penalty allows them to not feel as guilty and they was like, okay, you know what? It's all over now. I'm going to go ahead and pay for my sins by receiving this punishment. Now, no, no, don't give it to them.
If they're causing havoc and they keep doing like, you know, like the damage and they keep harming others, especially if they're like locked up and they're like causing like lives to be tampered with, then yeah, they should receive the death penalty or just be locked up in solitary confinement.
We already know that, I mean, they pretty much litigate these type of things on the crimes that you do And whether, you know I'm saying, you deserve to live whether your life is yours or not, whether they should not take it from you, you know?
I feel like mixed emotions though because I mean I think a lot of times you throwing somebody away for the rest of their life I mean that's not real change you just preventing them you know what I'm saying but just killing somebody I mean it takes a very hard decision you know I'm saying