I don’t know much about the case, but that never stops me from having an opinion. I’m very much against the death penalty – so regardless of the individual I think capital punishment is immoral and senseless – but this particular case strikes at the heart of the pro-execution argument. There is absolutely no good to be served to our society by killing a man who has turned himself around and is doing positive things for the world. Isn’t society better off keeping him around to tell him story?
Even if you favor the death penalty, what are the arguments for executing a guy like this?
The Governator should stay this execution.