On death penalty, researchers differ ...

On death penalty, researchers differ with the police

There are 1 comment on the www.concordmonitor.com story from Apr 10, 2010, titled On death penalty, researchers differ with the police. In it, www.concordmonitor.com reports that:

There may be reasons for New Hampshire to keep the death penalty, but statistics show deterrence shouldn't be one of them, a criminologist testified yesterday before a legislative group weighing the future of capital punishment here.

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bristol

#1 Apr 10, 2010
no you cant stop crime by threatening people. also if you are the victim of a crime and you don't forgive! then you are punishing your self and the emphasis should be on you not the criminal. killing maiming torchering the criminal will help nobody. police should have no say on death penalty decisions. that's basically the same as a judge judging on a relatives case.

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