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Tunisia Participates in the World Congress Against the Death Penalty : Tunisia Live

Tunisia Participates in the World Congress Against the Death Penalty : Tunisia Live | Death penalty Julian Jose roberto isabella | Scoop.it
Tunisia Participates in the World Congress Against the Death Penalty , Tunisia's best fixers. We aim to connect Tunisia to the world and offer to the English-speaking community, an independent and verified information.

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This article is a really  good article because it talks about a politician going to a congress that is against death penalty

 

Another reason why I thinthirds article is really good is because it is all talking about one person that isagainst death penalty.

 

Also it gives the reader a lot of reasons .

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Alabama Murderer On Death Row Might Have Had Mental Illness - Medical Daily

Alabama Murderer On Death Row Might Have Had Mental Illness - Medical Daily | Death penalty Julian Jose roberto isabella | Scoop.it
Alabama Murderer On Death Row Might Have Had Mental Illness Medical Daily Though prisoners rights' groups like Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) argued against the death penalty on the grounds that he was mentally ill, Lackey himself dropped his...
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The convict is accused of death but the court doesn't know what to do because he has mental illness.

The killer has had problems since he was a kid.

He has tried to commit suicide before he was accused.

The death penalty has been taken off and the court has to decide on what to do with him and his case. 

 

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Top 10 Modern Methods of Execution

Top 10 Modern Methods of Execution | Death penalty Julian Jose roberto isabella | Scoop.it
We have all heard about the various methods of execution used around the world in civilized nations, but quite often we don't know the methods involved in...

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This source states the top 10 most efficient and modern ways to execute people, and what the stategy does to the victim, it shows pictues, it also shows the different type of machines that was used Now and back then.

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Death Penalty Fast Facts - CNN

Death Penalty Fast Facts
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Since 1976, when the death penalty was reinstated by the U.S. Supreme Court, 1,338 people have been executed. (as of July 2013). Japan is the only industrial democracy besides the United States that has the death penalty.
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This is a good resource because it gives some statistics. Also, it is age appropriate, not containing any emotional language.  This article is neutral on the Death Penalty.

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The conservative case against the death penalty - Washington Times

The conservative case against the death penalty - Washington Times | Death penalty Julian Jose roberto isabella | Scoop.it
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The conservative case against the death penalty
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This article is the copyrighted property of the writer and Communities @ WashingtonTimes.com.

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I think that this is a really good and interesting article not only because it says a lot ofthee reasons why death penalty is bad but it also talks about how expensive it is and the problem that deathpnalty causes.

 

Another reason why I like this article is that it is from a really reliable source that is new York times that is a really famous news paper.

 

Also this article has a lot of statistics and statements  like tho part where it says  how much  it costs for the government  to put someone in death penalty.

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Mateo Gómez's curator insight, May 13, 2014 11:27 AM

I think this article is very good because it has very good reasons. Not only ethical reasons, but other reasons like cost and the irony of it. This is a very convincing article.

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5 Surprising Facts About the Death Penalty Worldwide

5 Surprising Facts About the Death Penalty Worldwide | Death penalty Julian Jose roberto isabella | Scoop.it
China keeps its execution numbers secret, Saudi Arabia crucifies a man, and the U.S. ranks fifth highest, according to a new report.

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This article is reliable because it not only gives stories from the U.S.A Death Penalty, but it gives 4 more facts from other countries that use the Death Penalty. It has age appropriate words. It shows some of the ways in which people are excecuted. Pictures not recomended  if you dislike death.

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Top 10 Pros and Cons - Death Penalty - ProCon.org

Top 10 Pros and Cons - Death Penalty - ProCon.org | Death penalty Julian Jose roberto isabella | Scoop.it
Pro and con quotes related to the core question: Should the death penalty be allowed? Read sourced pros and cons from top experts, government officials, scholars, pundits, and more.

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This souce is very useful because it gives you a lot of true information about death penalties. It gives you true stories about people who have been penalized. You will see cities and places where death penalty exists, also more links to find more information about death penalty. It is a 0% chance that this information is gullible because it comes from the death penalty information official website. 

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Vincent Zamora's comment, April 10, 2016 7:23 PM
This is what I was talking about in my discussion and I am grateful to have such a website to compare and reference to. This site has pros and cons labeled about the death penalty. the biggest of which is for pros is how this lets us feel justice has been surved for such crimes as murder and worse. The cons are exactly what I mentioned and that is who are we to take life and governments shouldn't have that kind of power.
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U.S. Death Penalty Facts

U.S. Death Penalty Facts | Death penalty Julian Jose roberto isabella | Scoop.it
Information on US death penalty costs, trends, statistics and other facts from Amnesty International. Join the campaign to end capital punishment!

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This is a very useful source because it does not show emotions to this topic. Also, because it comes from a govenment website where everything has to be true. At first, I thought this would be in favor of death penalty, but actually it is all neutral. This article does not give only facts, it also gives  some other key words to find more information. It does not convince you to be on one side, it just helps you know what death penalties are about.

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