First off, who suggested that Danny Rolling be allowed to "walk around?" I'm not sure if we're arguing past each other here or what. But, let me clarify my position. I have ZERO moral reservations about putting someone like Rolling to death. What I have a problem with is a system that cannot guarantee that everyone put to death under these circumstances is, in fact, guilty. Since there is no way to guarantee that innocent are not put to death wrongly, I say that death should be off the table until technology or whatever can put that guarantee in place. Throw in the cost savings for the taxpayers and I think the position a no-brainer. However, I must state again that 1 wrongly convicted person put to death outweighs completely any benefit to killing 100. . . 1000 Danny Rollings. Perhaps you take a different view. Perhaps you see the one just collateral damage for the 100-1000 DR's. I don't know, but that seems to be the point you are making (if doing so in a rather roundabout way). So maybe we agree to disagree or perhaps you will answer the following question. Which is worse? 1000 Danny Rollings rotting in a prison cell for life. 1 Wrongly Convicted (see: Innocent of crime charge) put to death.