No, certainly not, It's a barbaric form of so called justice, that no right minded person would want to see returned. If there is a mistake, there is no bringing that person back and in U.S.A, there have been many mistakes. A few years ago a man with the mental age of a seven year old, was executed in the good ol' U.S.A, home of the brave, land of the free and so on and so forth. In the U.K, the Crown Prosecution Service does not work on the premise of guilt or innocence, it is whether they can secure a conviction, guilty or not and as has recently been made known, they are not above withholding evidence that is likely to help the defence, getting their conviction that way.
· 10 months ago