I don't think that's necessarily true; but something along those lines is fine. The question isn't whether any particular person should be executed; it's whether anyone ever should be executed if it came to that, and whether that should be an option at all. Maybe even he isn't bad enough to warrant it; but someone else could be. Essentially, is there a limit at which the death penalty applies? I think that's the fundamental (and first) question to determine, and also the one around which we seem most divided. On a lot of the rest we agree.