death is always a greater horror than any other by
virtue of the methodical reasoning that precedes it.
French philosopher Albert Camus wrote that "capital
punishment is the most premeditated of murders".
"The United States' concept of justifiable
homicide/Executions in criminal law stands on
the dividing line between an excuse, justification and
an exculpation. In other words, it takes a case that
would otherwise have been a murder or another crime
representing intentional killing, and either excuses
or justifies the individual accused from all criminal
liability or treats the accused differently from other