That it does--if not through the death of the culprit, then through submission of other would-be criminals who become scared as a result of seeing what would happen if they were to commit a crime. Swift and final--enough to make a bone-splitting point, isn't it?Maybe but it sure cuts the racividism rate down to nothing. No wonder the Queen of Hearts liked it!
Maybe, but I still have my reservations about it. If someone dangerous need be eliminated to relieve the masses of their fear and insecurity regarding their safety, there are less . . . messy and disturbing ways of conducting what needs to be done.Kind of depends on who gets the haircut, doesn't it?