As for me, Jorge Bergolio's declaration fails the logic test. If someone commits such a heinous crime that they can no longer be allowed to live in society, and has no hope of changing their ways, then by saying that capital punishment is off the board you are saying that this person, through their misdeeds, has now obligated the very society which they offended to feed them, house them, and keep them safe for the rest of their natural life.
That is wrong. That is illogical. That re-victimizes the victims of the original crimes. And therefor, it cannot be true church doctrine.
Jorge Bergolio isn't the anti-Christ. But he is an anti-Pope, and as such, I feel no need whatsoever to listen to him, nor follow his teachings. And I am not the only one in this regard: