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Video: Should Voters Repeal the Death Penalty?

CMAP.TV in Gilroy interviewed Marc Klaas of the KlaasKids Foundation to learn more about this measure.

Prop. 34 would repeal the death penalty and replace it with life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. This would also affect individuals currently sentenced to death. According to the proposition, the measure would create a $100 million fund for law enforcement efforts.

Click here for more information on Proposition 34.

This video was produced by CMAP.TV in Gilroy. Staff there interviewed Marc Klaas of the KlaasKids Foundation, who has been a dedicated advocate for children and public safety since the murder of his daughter.

beviej November 05, 2012 at 03:35 PM
I am in total agreement with Mr. Klaas
Cathy P. November 05, 2012 at 03:48 PM
After a lifetime of "flip-flopping" over the death penalty issue - I've been for and against off and on most all my life - I've finally come to terms with it an voted yes on 34. I agree with Mr. Klaas also.
Adam D. November 05, 2012 at 08:29 PM
I find that the issue isn't with the death penalty itself but the amount of money wasted on these inmates. The endless appeals make a death sentence laughable. What needs to happen is that a time and date for execution is set during the trial for a period not to exceed a certain amount of time. If this isn't what people want to do then just abolish it. Either way it makes no difference to me. Presonally I think people who earn the death penalty should suffer so why kill them? Cut off their arms and legs and let them live out their lives. In the case of violent sex offenders cut off their junk. Their are much better solutions to crime then death.

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