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Argument: The death penalty does not honor the memory of a loved one

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==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
''Jennifer Bishop, whose sister Nancy Bishop Langert and her husband Richard Langert were murdered in 1990.'' - "Our sister Nancy and her husband Richard were a young couple expecting their first child when they were shot to death in their home. They loved and valued life; our sister was carrying life within her when she died a terrifying and brutal death. Her last act as she was dying was to write a message of love in her blood. We can't imagine making the death of another human being her memorial." ''Jennifer Bishop, whose sister Nancy Bishop Langert and her husband Richard Langert were murdered in 1990.'' - "Our sister Nancy and her husband Richard were a young couple expecting their first child when they were shot to death in their home. They loved and valued life; our sister was carrying life within her when she died a terrifying and brutal death. Her last act as she was dying was to write a message of love in her blood. We can't imagine making the death of another human being her memorial."

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Jennifer Bishop, whose sister Nancy Bishop Langert and her husband Richard Langert were murdered in 1990. - "Our sister Nancy and her husband Richard were a young couple expecting their first child when they were shot to death in their home. They loved and valued life; our sister was carrying life within her when she died a terrifying and brutal death. Her last act as she was dying was to write a message of love in her blood. We can't imagine making the death of another human being her memorial."

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