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Re: “Lee's lawyer writes about executed man's last hours

The death penalty is only good if evidence is 100% accurate. What if he was your brother, or son? What if he was innocent? Why would he show remorse if he was innocent? On the other hand, what if he was guilty? Did he deserve to the death penalty? I'm aware that stealing, being abusive, violent, or cheating on your spouse are all lesser offenses but doesn't someone deserve the chance to change, be forgiven and serve their time? I promise that most people on this post have asked for forgiveness at some point in their life or have been one of the people I mentioned previously in this post. I'm not saying in this circumstance in particular that he was guilty or innocent but picture yourself in his shoes. Finally, for the ignorant people on this thread that can't express their opinions without cursing shame on you and go read a book. Perhaps a dictionary?

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Posted by Marcus Peyton Gilmore on 04/21/2017 at 8:27 PM


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