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@9XMZ9FJConstitution from North Carolina answered…2 days

I do not think drug trafficking is means for the death penalty, but I think the death penalty should be nationally televised through mass hanging.

@9XDWCDJDemocrat from Massachusetts answered…2wks

@9XD4PSVLibertarian from Missouri answered…2wks

No Give them 30-40 years in Prison instead with No Parole for the First 20 years.

@9X5V4THLibertarian from New York answered…3wks

No but put them in awful prisons were the inmates do what they want to echother

@9X4SXSTEcological Democratic Partyfrom Pennsylvania  answered…3wks

No, but put them through therapy, as well as sufficient jail time.

@9WW5M6FWomen’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…4wks

No, but I would rather ban the drug itself to reduce more overdoses.

@9HHY7RMLibertarian from California answered…1yr

No, the marketing, sale, and use of drugs is a free market affair and should be decriminalized immediately.

@9H2D6LVWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…1yr

I feel that I do not know enough about this topic to contribute an answer.

@9GXV2CXWomen’s Equality from Colorado answered…1yr

There should be a trial to see if it is an option, the death penalty should not be the first option but it should still be an option

@9GXQ97NPeace and Freedom from Hawaii answered…1yr

It would depend on their offenses — if they committed murder, etc. Still, I don't believe in the death penalty. Life in prison without parole, I believe, is just as bad as death.

@9GXL9RDDemocrat from Connecticut answered…1yr

@9GVY5GTTranshumanist from Colorado answered…1yr

No, I do not support the death penalty. Have a fair trail and if convicted have life in prison without parole.

@9GVJYLXWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…1yr

@9GVCN7TDemocrat from New Mexico answered…1yr

Not the death penalty but unless someone died it would be a different situation

@9GS7YNPWomen’s Equality from New Jersey answered…1yr

no, only if they have been convicted of other major crimes such as direct murder

@9GRXZNXGreen from Texas answered…1yr

@9GQYRKXSocialist from Indiana answered…1yr

No one should be subjected to the death penalty no matter how big the crime

@9GQ8J5JSocialist from New York answered…1yr

@9GKJXC9Libertarian from Florida answered…1yr

The war on drugs should be ended, which would eliminate the idea of drug trafficking. Anyone who commits murder, however, should be given the death penalty.

@9GNP3XTPeace and Freedom from Minnesota answered…1yr

This should be re-worded as "Should people get the death penalty if their only crime was selling/dealing drugs?". The answer to that question is NO. Cartel/gang leaders usually commit or direct lots of other violent crimes that would make them eligible for the death penalty. Local dealers might not be committing any crimes besides distributing/selling the drugs; they should NOT be eligible for the death penalty.

@9GJ4LTRLibertarian from Indiana answered…1yr

@9GK9PSDTranshumanist from Arizona answered…1yr

Yes, if convicted of other crimes such as rape, murder, etc.

@9GHRS63Veteran from Nebraska answered…1yr

Yes but only if the umber of years to appeal is limited, otherwise the death penalty is merely a life sentence.

@9GHDRD5Veteran from Illinois answered…1yr

yes, but only if they are repeat offenders AND the definition of "drug trafficking" needs to be rewritten so that it only applies to large amounts specific to high level trafficking.

@9GG47C3Working Family from Kentucky answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they're repeated offenders of trafficking or if someone died from the drugs they trafficked. Human traffickers SHOULD get the death penalty because human trafficking is WORSE than drug trafficking.

@9GFN68WWomen’s Equality from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes, but only if their is evidence that the drugs they sold were deadly not if its killed someone because honestly that is a person choices to do drugs

@9GF48GHRepublican from South Dakota answered…1yr

It would depend on the situation I think, if they were harming others with trafficking then yes. But if there was no harm to other people then life sentence would probably be the best.

@9GCKJYCProgressive from Missouri answered…1yr

No, neither death penalty or life in prison is appropriate. Implement more Rehabilitation programs in the prisons

@9G6LY63Working Family from California answered…1yr

@9G3YQYQWomen’s Equality from California answered…1yr

No. Drugs should be decriminalized thus eliminating the need for drug traffickers.

@9G3PCZTPeace and Freedom from Idaho answered…1yr

All drugs should be decriminalized, regulated and distributed through rehabilitation centers that help addicts get clean. Treating a disease, which is often caused by poverty, as something to be met with punishment and exploitation is counterproductive.

@9FYGJYWWomen’s Equality from Tennessee answered…1yr

yes, however it depends on the type of drug for the amount of time given or death penalty

@9FVF5PMWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…1yr

@9FS359TWomen’s Equality from Oklahoma answered…1yr

Yes, as long as they are given a fair trial and they have committed a crime serious enough for the death penalty (like if someone died because of the trafficking of the products).

@9FRTDFZDemocrat from Georgia answered…1yr

The only people that should get the death penalty are serial killers or people that don't show remorse for their crime

@9FQYCMMWomen’s Equality from Hawaii answered…1yr

@9FQF4DPWomen’s Equality from Arkansas answered…1yr

No, it is not a violent crime. If there are drug traffickers it is because there is a demand for said drug

@frisbyce21Veteran from Virginia answered…1yr

No, sentence them with a few years in prison if they are found guilty.

@9FH9WY3Peace and Freedom from Colorado answered…1yr

NO! If you are going to consider that, then you should probably consider putting pharmacists and the like in prison as well.

@9FGTH88Libertarian from Colorado answered…1yr

No, I don't believe in the death penalty, also buying, selling, owning, and using drugs is not a crime.

@9FC5ZM5Women’s Equalityfrom Maine  answered…1yr

Not the mule drug traffickers but the organizers of the drug trafficing


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