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How does murder affect society?

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Breannah Henschell

on 8 September 2013

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Transcript of How does murder affect society?

Murder.
How does murder affect society?
The cost of police
The cost of public in keeping a prisoner
The fear of having a murder loose in society
What is morally wrong about killing another human being?
it's wrong taking away somebody's life for the fun of it and/or revenge.
You're changing the life of not only the victim but family and friends of theirs.
What motivates people to kill others?
Some experience mental illinesses, such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
The anger towards the victim (Revenge)
For the pure fun of having the adrenaline rush.
How would the family & friends feel about losing a loved one due to murder?
Family & friends would feel disheartened to find they've lost someone close to them.
They would feel confused as to why someone would want to hurt their loved one.
What does society believe about murder?
They believe it's wrong and that anyone who chooses to take someone's life away should face their consequences - and serve their whole life in prison.
They also believe murder's should be brought to justice and get what they deserve.
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