If, for example, the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania were a for-profit corporation -- say, running a chain of "youth centers" or whatever -- but with the exact same "Despite our mission statement, we actually operate as a happy hunting ground for pedophile rapists, and the whole organization bends over backwards to protect said rapists and make sure they always have a fresh supply of potential victims" behaviors -- yeah, "merely" arresting and imprisoning the individual rapists and rapist-enablers wouldn't be enough, IMO: that entire company is rotten and needs to be taken down. Only question is, what to do about said company's assets and how much, if any, should be returned to the company's shareholders and other investors.
And when the full truth comes out regarding what's going on in ICE's kiddie concentration camps -- most of which are owned and operated by for-profit companies -- yeah, I strongly suspect those companies in question will be deserving of a corporate death penalty too. Why would it be bad to do away with our current status quo regarding such companies? "No matter how repeatedly and egregiously they break the law, no matter how many people they hurt in doing so, The Company must survive!" Why?
"Myself, despite what they say about libertarians, I think we're actually allowed to pursue options beyond futility or sucking the dicks of the powerful." -- Eric the .5b