I used to not believe in the death penalty

Those days are over. In fact, there are many cases where there is no doubt the suspect did the deed, and the deed is so heinous that it defies logic to spend any money on warehousing the criminal.  Emmanuel Aranda, for example. I would gladly open his skull, and I see no compelling reason to warehouse him. Home invaders? Summary execution. So many kinds of cases. The Charlotte cop who just killed a man who complied with her orders? Shoot her in the heart with the same gun. All of those who would initiate violence unjustly. Death is a fitting reward.

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