Death penalty 'becoming thing of the past', says Amnesty

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Christingle Matthews

Grantsburg, WI

#2 Apr 9, 2013
Christingle Matthews wrote:
The trend toward abolishing the death penalty continues, despite some countries resuming executions in 2012, Amnesty International says.
Executions in India, Japan, Pakistan, and Gambia were disappointing regressions, Amnesty notes.
But elsewhere the death penalty was "becoming a thing of the past," secretary-general Salil Shetty said.
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Short Dyck,

You cannot deal with the insights and wisdom from Sconni', so you need to "Project as me"...that's cool Sheeple.

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