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The Death Penalty in Japan, Iran...and elsewhere
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(06-07-2011 08:39 AM)Duchess Wrote:  
I read someone say in here recently that those who fell through the cracks were basically irrelevant, that shit happens and if the bad guys got what they deserved it was worth a few unfortunate ones who died for nothing.

It was me.

However, I also proposed a caveat to alleviate the possible execution of an innocent.

“All of those involved in the investigation and prosecution, of the innocent put to death, will suffer the same fate.”

If YOUR life was on the line, would this “up your game” to pursue justice?

Or would you be less likely to prosecute offenders?

My thoughts are for the victims . . . not so much the dirt-bags.





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(06-07-2011 11:38 AM)BlueTiki Wrote:  It was me.


hah I know it was you but I was expressing tact because I appreciate you.






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no hanging around and waiting 20 years to mete out justice.

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This is the brutal lynching and public display of the close confidante who shot dead Ahmed Wali Karzai - the half-brother of president Hamid Karzai.


A group of men in plain clothes hung the corpse against the wall in Kandahar for around 20 minutes before they carried it away.


Ahmed Wali Karzai was assassinated on Tuesday by the man who is said to have been from his own tribe and home town, whom he had traveled with and worked alongside for seven years.



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Iran has executed by hanging three men for the crime of having gay sex, early on Sunday morning, September 4th. The three men were officially executed for “forbidden acts against religion,” as Iran does not acknowledge the existence of homosexuality, which is also officially a crime.

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The latest hangings bring to 180 the number of executions reported in Iran so far this year (AFP/File, Behrouz Mehri)






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he was 17.

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21 September 2011

A 17-year old convicted of killing an athlete known as “Iran’s strongest man” was publicly hanged in the city of Karaj, near Tehran on Wednesday.

Alireza Molla-Soltani was sentenced to death last month for stabbing Ruhollah Dadashi, a popular athlete during a driving dispute on 17 July. The 17-year old said he panicked and stabbed Ruhollah Dadashi in self-defence after the athlete attacked him in the dark, according to local media reports.

Alireza Mollasoltani was hanged today, Wednesday, after the appellate court confirmed his death sentence for the murder of Ruhollah Dadashi. ISNA reports that Mollasoltani was hanged in public in the Golshahr area of Karaj. He was convicted of stabbing Dadashi last July in an altercation led to his death. Dadashi was known as "Iran's Strongest Man."
Reports indicate that before the hanging, Mollasoltani shouted to the public calling for mercy.


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Do these countries have less crime per capita than we do? I bet they do. People can say the death penalty isn't a deterrent here because most of our citizens who commit those kinds of crimes are too stupid to think ahead that far, but if our criminals KNEW they would be killed swiftly and publicly for their actions, it would have more of an effect. Range justice worked.

The KKK screwed us out of possible street executions by hanging with all their lynching. They didn't think ahead, either






(03-15-2013 07:12 PM)aussiefriend Wrote:  You see Duchess, I have set up a thread to discuss something and this troll is behaving just like Riotgear did.
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VIDEO IS GRAPHIC

A Saudi Arabian ministry statement carried by the state news agency, SPA, stated that Abdul Hamid al-Fakki “practiced witchcraft and sorcery,” which are illegal under Saudi Arabia’s Islamic sharia law. Al-Fakki was beheaded in the western city of Medina on Monday, the interior ministry announced.

Abdul Hamid bin Hussein bin Moustafa al-Fakki was arrested in 2005 and sentenced to death two years later in the western city of Medina after being found guilty of producing a spell designed to lead to the reconciliation of his client’s divorced parents.

In October last year, Amnesty International said it had appealed to King Abdullah in a letter to commute Fakki’s death sentence. His execution brings to 42 the number of people beheaded in Saudi Arabia this year, according to an AFP tally based on official and human rights group reports.

In June, London-based watchdog Amnesty International called on Saudi Arabia to stop applying the death penalty, saying there had been a significant rise in the number of executions in the previous six weeks.


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10-31-2011 02:48 PM
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I want to watch but I don't want to watch. If you had told me not to, I would have immediately. 84






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2/22/12

OUTRAGEOUS!

A trial court in Iran has issued its final verdict, ordering a Christian pastor to be put to death for leaving Islam and converting to Christianity, according to sources close to the pastor and his legal team.

Supporters fear Youcef Nadarkhani, a 34-year-old father of two who was arrested over two years ago on charges of apostasy, may now be executed at any time without prior warning, as death sentences in Iran may be carried out immediately or dragged out for years.

It is unclear whether Nadarkhani can appeal the execution order.

“The world needs to stand up and say that a man cannot be put to death because of his faith,” said Jordan Sekulow, executive director of The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).


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wow! this is better than dancing with the stars! Love025
interviews with the condemned right before execution. details at link below.

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The Execution Factor: It was designed as propaganda to deter would-be criminals. Instead interviews on death row have become China's new TV hit


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i don't know method of execution.

if only san quentin would take this stand.
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(CNN) -- Gambia plans to execute all death row prisoners by September, the president said this week, sparking condemnation from human rights groups worldwide.

The tiny West African nation last executed an inmate about 30 years ago.

It is unclear what prompted the change in stance.

By the end of last year, Gambia had 44 people on death row, including two women, according to human rights activists.

Death row convicts will be executed by mid-September, President Yahya Jammeh said in a speech on state media Sunday that was rebroadcast Monday.

"All those guilty of serious crimes and are condemned will face the full force of the law," he said. "All punishments prescribed by law will be maintained in the country to ensure that criminals get what they deserve: that is, that those who kill are killed ... By the middle of next month, all the death sentences would have been carried out to the letter."

The nation imposes capital punishment for various crimes, including murder and treason, the latter commonly used to stifle dissent in some African nations.
He added that crimes like banditry, drug trafficking or illicit use, homosexuality, murder, terrorism and other subversive activities against either the state or the people will not be tolerated.

Agence France-Presse, which first reported Jammeh's announcement this week, said it had tallied the number of known death row inmates at 47. Justice authorities in the country, however, put the figure much higher, the news agency said.


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Gambian President Yahya Jammeh






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When I even start to think America is way to screwed up to survive I re-read this thread.






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(03-08-2017 01:30 PM)Maggot Wrote:  When I even start to think America is way to screwed up to survive I re-read this thread.

America survived the big "O", so now it can survive anything! hah






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(03-08-2017 08:02 PM)Carsman Wrote:  America survived the big "O", so now it can survive anything! hah


Yeah, because he was so awful and that fat fuck trump is so much better. I think you post shit like this just for the approval you may get from some of the others in here. You can't even answer HotD's question in the other thread. You parrot what you see others say. 78






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