Why are Death Row Inmates Treated More Humanely Than Babies Killed in Abortion?

Why are Death Row Inmates Treated More Humanely Than Babies Killed in Abortion?

by Laura Rose | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 9/13/13 12:58 PM

There is a lot that I do not understand about people and why some people do what they do, but the most perplexing and horrifying thing is the relationship between Death Row and unborn children.  Why do we treat those who have committed serious crimes more humanely than innocent children?   Those who are on Death Row are treated better than we treat unborn, guiltless children.

Crimes that can land a person on Death Row are numerous. Murder, espionage, genocide, and treason are a few of the reasons one might be sentenced to death.  Basically, if you’re on Death Row, you have done something seriously wrong that most likely ended the lives of more than once person in a brutal manner.  Death Row inmates are by no means spoiled, but Billy Joe Johnson thought it was comfortable enough that herequested the death penalty so that he could enjoy the accommodations during the long appeals process.

Not only do these criminals live a more comfortable life than the average prisoner, they die in a way that is certainly more humane than abortion.  Multiple drugs are given to ensure that the prisonerfeels no pain when a lethal dose of a toxic agent is given.   Yes, Death Row inmates who have committed genocide, who have murdered and raped and tortured, are allowed to feel no pain in death.

Sadly, many believe that this doesn’t apply to the youngest and most innocent of our species.

More: http://www.lifenews.com/2013/09/13/why-are-death-row-inmates-treated-more-humanely-than-babies-killed-in-abortion/

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