Execution

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Execution is the orderly killing of a person(s) who is under one's control. While capital punishment is explicitly done for the purpose of punishment, execution may be done for any reason. One such reason is prophylactics, meaning that the purpose of the execution is not so much to punish, but rather to prevent certain future actions from being done by the person who is executed. It serves as a sort of instant negative eugenics that eliminates the genetic alleles that underlie the neuropsychological traits that underlie the particular crime, when applicable.