Zimbabwe's New Hangman Sparks Criticism Of Death Penalty
"This macabre recruitment is disturbing and suggests that Zimbabwe does not want to join the global trend towards abolition of this cruel, inhuman, and degrading form of punishment," Noel Kututwa, Amnesty International's southern Africa director, Zimbabwe currently has 74 men and two women on death row, while no executions have been carried out ... (more)
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#1 Feb 8, 2013
The global trend is still to get to America. Their jails are overflowing with prisoners on death row. The gentleman you refer to is a hypocrite. Do not understand how he would single out Zimbabwe.
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