A person who does not desire to live has somthing wrong inside.Not necessarily. In certain extreme circumstances -- like maybe the situation in the condemned person's life-- it may not be as bad as the alternative. (Are you saying that -- no matter how bad the situation is -- it's always more rational to embrace that than to embrace death?) ... the Gov. is intefereing with the due process of the Law, but because of his position may be legally allowed to do this, for any or no reason.If the governor is legally permitted to do this (and isn't he?), then I don't see how it could be interfering. In fact, to consider cases of clemency is part of his job.culcha
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