As seen on the 25th June Letters page of the Norwich Evening News:
"Innocent Would Not Be Executed - Capital punishment if reinstated would not be hanging, more probably lethal injection. I really believe this would be a deterrent after two or three had been carried out*. For years those who oppose it have used the arguement "What if they are not guilty?" Thing is with today's policing methods and the forensic advancement that's happened in the last ten years, both strongly regulated, it would be difficult for an innocent person to be found quilty for a crime such as murder.
from: R. Binding, Wymondham"
*But presumably not on the same person. You hang a man until he dies then you keep on hanging him until he changes his ways?
Sorry there doesn't seem to be a link for this.
So, do we think bringing back capital punishment will be free from added cock-ups? The innocent have nothing the fear?