The USSC is going to take up the question of whether a person can receive the death penalty for child rape.
Currently, there is one person on death row, in Louisiana, for raping a child - in this case, his then 8-year-old stepdaughter.
30 years ago the USSC ruled that it was unconstitutional to apply the death penalty for rape of an adult, but the Court did not address the question of child rape.
If I had a vote, it would be yes - particularly with today's technology making it ever less likely that one could be falsely convicted.
ADDENDUM: Some further background info:
In recent years, five states have enacted laws allowing the death penalty for child rape and nine additional states and the federal government have seldom-used laws that allow death penalty convictions in certain instances that don't involve murder.