Orrin Hatch

Capital punishment is our society’s recognition of the sanctity of human life. – Orrin Hatch

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Potter Stewart

We are concerned here only with the imposition of capital punishment for the crime of murder, and when a life has been taken deliberately by the offender, we cannot say that the punishment is invariably disproportionate to the crime. It is an extreme sanction suitable to the most extreme of crimes. – Potter Stewart


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