The death penalty has been a topic of fierce debate for decades. From basic pros and cons lists to statistics supported cost analysis, the different arguments for or against capital punishment are well documented. But what happens when an innocent person is convicted and sentenced to die for a crime they did not commit?
Even if you think that some people deserve to die, governments make mistakes. That means having to accept the unacceptable; innocent people will die and that can’t be undone.
Professor Jason Brennan presents an unabashed look at the facts and faces and asks, “How many more innocent people have to die before we abolish the death penalty once and for all?”