Death penalty needed for the sinister monsters that killed our children, sisters, brothers, mothers, dads, and other love ones. This paper will reflect on why the death penalty needed. It will also provide examples to support this. Last, it will explain why this is necessary. Society taught not to judge people. As Christians, most believe that only God can judge. We realized that no human is perfect. When dealing with the sinister criminals, the monsters with no care, it not a matter of judgment. This is a matter for safety for us, our family and our loves ones. As we taught in school, education is essential for it builds a foundation. We also taught to have an open mind and stay objective when hearing details, so we can settle with a logic conclusion. Dealing with the subject of sinister criminals, it is best to understand these monsters through people who worked with them. One of the most famous criminal profilers in the world is former FBI agent John Douglas. He breathes and digests these sinister criminals and the sadistic trails they left behind. He has written countless books. His books are window seat for people to learn about the criminal justice system, criminals, serial killers, sinister criminals, victims and other relevant information.
In his books, a person learns there are a criminal that will have emotions and the sinister criminals that have no emotions. Again, those that have no emotions are the danger to our society. Again, society needs to be kept safe as possible. Crime will always happen. If we can bring some control with this, it will be helpful. The word helpful is powerful. People against the death penalty have one belief that helps and support to the criminals can bring change to their behavior and make them a new person. That is a possibility. Sadly, we need to face facts. This information about to be said is not for cruel purpose, to enchant a purpose. Sinister criminals that rape, torture, and kill children have made a decision. They made a decision to do evil. There is no greater crime than the killing and abuse of a child. Trying to put the resources and money to help criminals that have chosen to harm children is a waste of money. Prison costs are in the red. This is graphic but only to deliver a point. There are sinister criminals that choose to rape elderly women for the pleasure; they are those that rape and torture people who are physical disability; there are ones that burn the victims alive for their own sick pleasure; there are one that will kill a child without a second thought; and other sinister criminals. Against, these monsters, choose this path. Regardless of how their background was growing up, they choose to hurt other people. Criminals like this, with no sympathy, no soul, need the death penalty. Death penalty need to be enforced and show as a weapon of fear. The current process of going to trial can take months and even longer for a death penalty. Then while processing the case, another belief of those against the death penalty is that innocent people are in jail. That is correct. There needs to be improved work performed within the criminal justice system. With all due respect that requires strong leadership within the presidential office and the Department of Justice. We need leadership like JKF and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As Dr Martin Luther King Jr said, ““There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.” Regardless of the work that needs to be made, we have countless great people working in our law enforcement. They are committed to justice. Sadly 911 Tragedy will always be a reminder of commitment and loyalty of law enforcement. To all the policemen and detectives and fireman that work each day to help us, is another reminder of commitment and loyalty of law enforcement. That commitment is put into those cases that are sinister. Law enforcement wants to get these monsters off these streets. They wanted to ensure that the case gets fully documented. They also wanted to bring justice to the victims. Again, former FBI agent John Douglas was and still is ensuring to bring closure to the victim's family. This man is also considered the father and creator of the FBI Criminal Profile Unit. He is a man that has dedication. In his books, the reader can feel that. With a man, this powerful and committed, he would be on the team; to ensure that the correct criminal get into the prison. Death penalty needs to be enforced. While remembering about judgment of people, we have to remember those people that choose to do evil. We have to remember to do what is best for the security and protection of our society. We have to remember the victims killed by these sinister criminals. We have to understand the pain these families are going through daily basis. We have to take a stand before we possible bury a family murder due to a monster.
Douglas, John, and Mark Olshaker. Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s elite serial crime unit. New York London Toronto Sydney Tokyo Singapore: Scribner, 1995. Print.
Douglas, John, and Mark Olshaker. Journey into darkness: the FBI premier investigator penetrates the minds and motives of the most terrifying serial killers. New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, Tokyo, Singapore: Pocket Star Books, 1997. Print.