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Argument: The death penalty is merely a vehicle for vengeance

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'''Janet Reno, former U.S. Attorney General, 2005.''' - The only reason I can argue for the death penalty is vengeance. I do not think vengeance is a luxury the government can engage in.[http://freenet-homepage.de/dpinfo/prosecutors.htm] '''Janet Reno, former U.S. Attorney General, 2005.''' - The only reason I can argue for the death penalty is vengeance. I do not think vengeance is a luxury the government can engage in.[http://freenet-homepage.de/dpinfo/prosecutors.htm]

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Janet Reno, former U.S. Attorney General, 2005. - The only reason I can argue for the death penalty is vengeance. I do not think vengeance is a luxury the government can engage in.[1]

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