When the Child Asks: Should I Help a Stranger?

Because of how dangerous the world had become, commentaries, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

The young girl, Liu was brutally murdered in her school, was such awful news, it’d started this fear for the society.  This sort of random murders, without a set pattern, where the murderer did not even try to escape from getting caught, plus the victim was a cute and innocent child from the elementary years, it’d made everybody sad, and subconsciously feared, if something similar would happen to our own loved ones, and so, the panic spread, through the society.

First, the calls to ban the death penalties.  I’m against banning death penalty myself, but, I’d hoped, that whether or not the death penalty gets banned don’t get determined solely, by one particular case.  If people are now, FOR the death penalty, because of this particular cruel incident, then, would the public be against it, if there comes a case, where the judge made a wrong call, and caused an innocent man to die?  A law, should not be decided, based off of single incidents.  From another angle, the perpetrators from several similar incidents all showed that they’d wanted to die, so, there is still, NOT a direct relation between whether or not we should ban the death penalty, in relation to how awful the crimes are.

And, this, is just one man’s take, and, because this is the issue of today, a young child was murdered brutally by a man who entered into the school yards, without JUST cause, that, is why there’s this RANTING on NOT to abolish the death penalty…

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