Texas authorities have a moral duty to grant a reprieve of execution to Rodney Reed to ensure he is truly guilty before making the grave mistake of executing an innocent man.
Capital punishment acknowledges both the existence of objective evil and human government’s responsibility to execute justice. To conflate it with the killing of the innocent is reprehensible.
While compelling arguments abound on both sides of the capital punishment debate, this bad policy doesn’t meet any goals of the criminal justice system.
Capital punishment isn’t vengeful or vindictive, it’s a repayment of justice proportional to the most shockingly evil crimes.
Some people deserve to die for brutally and intentionally murdering innocents. If that’s right, then justice requires capital punishment.
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