Tags Incarcerated on death row San Quentin since 1982
Tag: incarcerated on death row San Quentin since 1982
The Death Penalty makes redemption impossible
The public, with its hunger for revenge, does not want to hear about personal acts of atonement by people who have been sentenced for a crime. Acts of atonement by the condemned are usually viewed as a ploy to save his or her own life – not as a genuine act of redemption. People on death row are deemed the lowest of the low. Many people believe death-row prisoners cannot be “reformed” because they are “unformed” as human beings.