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Argument: Opposition to executions is not about sympathizing with murderers

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[http://users.rcn.com/mwood/deathpen.html Hugo Adam Bedau. "The Case Against The Death Penalty". American Civil Liberties Union. 1992] - "Opposition to the death penalty does not arise from misplaced sympathy for convicted murderers. On the contrary, murder demonstrates a lack of respect for human life. For this very reason, murder is abhorrent, and any policy of state-authorized killings is immoral." [http://users.rcn.com/mwood/deathpen.html Hugo Adam Bedau. "The Case Against The Death Penalty". American Civil Liberties Union. 1992] - "Opposition to the death penalty does not arise from misplaced sympathy for convicted murderers. On the contrary, murder demonstrates a lack of respect for human life. For this very reason, murder is abhorrent, and any policy of state-authorized killings is immoral."

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Hugo Adam Bedau. "The Case Against The Death Penalty". American Civil Liberties Union. 1992 - "Opposition to the death penalty does not arise from misplaced sympathy for convicted murderers. On the contrary, murder demonstrates a lack of respect for human life. For this very reason, murder is abhorrent, and any policy of state-authorized killings is immoral."

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