The death penalty punishes the poor. The death penalty condemns the innocent to die.
Signs and Portents[ edit ] [Opening credits voiceover.
The Babylon Project was a dream given form. Humans and aliens wrapped in two million, five hundred thousand tons of spinning metal, all alone in the night. This is the story of the last of the Babylon stations. The year is The name of the place is Babylon 5.
Here, open my wrists. What, do you think I am stupid? The best way to understand someone is to fight him, make him angry. I do not like Santiago. He has no chin, and his vice president has several.
This to me is not a good combination. My people…we have a way, you see. We know how, and sometimes even when, we are going to die. Comes in a dream. We have squeezed the life out of each other. What reasonable explanation is there for the slaughter of unarmed civilians?
We wondered the same thing when you invaded our world. The wheel turns, does it not, Ambassador? We should have wiped out your kind when we had the chance. Run out of small children to butcher?
They are a dying people. We should let them pass. The Narn or the Centauri? Is there a reason for this, or to save time should I just snap your hand off at the wrist? The Council can go to hell! And the emergency session can go to hell! And you, Vir, you can go to hell too—I would not want you to feel left out.
Blood calls out for blood. Just now, would you really have killed me?
Yes, I would have. This is not a clear and present danger?One of the reasons is America's continued use of the death penalty.
We're seen as a violent, vengeful nation for such a policy. This is pretty much the same view that Europeans had of America when we continued the practice of slavery long after it had been banned in Europe. DEATH BY VACCINATION. PART OF THE WATCHDOG USA NETWORK.
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Number 3: The death penalty condemns the innocent to die. Since , people in 25 states have been released from death row with evidence of their innocence. Given the way in which the justice system herds the poor through its gates, it is no wonder that it often ensnares innocent people.
“A Dozen Reasons to Oppose the Death Penalty,” an updated version of my America article, includes a longer discussion of religious views than the one in the article.
In Oregon, prosecutors from some counties are more likely to pursue the death penalty than others are. We pay many millions for the death penalty system.
According to the Oregonian, in the trials for three Washington County murder cases cost more than $ million. One was sentenced to death.