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Subject: Corrections and Rehabilitation Reform

Please consider very carefully the case of Stanley Williams. Sometimes the needs of the many outweigh those of the few. Examples of redemptive change with such greatness do not always survive, but we need this one to.

I am not against the death penalty as a whole, but in the case of Mr. Williams I think the world would be better off with him alive.

Isn't the point of the death penalty to remove from this live those who offer nothing but sorrow to the human race? Or is it a pure "death for death" ideal?

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