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Death row inmate deserves no sympathy

It never ceases to amaze us that, quite often, when a death row inmate is about to be executed, he or she argues the method planned to be used to end his or her life amounts to cruel and unusual punishment. This is obviously a last-ditch effort – after years and years of appeals, often on the taxpayers’ dime – to spare their lives or at least delay execution, but we simply do not buy it. We often ask ourselves when we hear of these criminals pleading for their lives: What about the cruel and unusual punishment that their victims went through? Didn’t the person they murdered, raped or tortured to death experience cruel and unusual punishment?

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