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Texas woman executed for starving child to death

September 22, 2014 · 

HUNTSVILLE, Texas — A Texas woman was executed Wednesday evening for her role in the torture and starvation death of her girlfriend’s 9-year-old son.

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Two Minor Boys on the road of Execution in PAKISTAN

April 4, 2003 · 

Two minor boys, Muhammad Rafique and Sohail Fida are on death row having been awarded capital punishment by a court in the Swat district of Pakistan. Though capital punishment is abolished in Pakistan, under Pakistan’s Juvenile Justice System Ordinance 2002, these two minor boys do not fall under the jurisdiction of the ordinance and are […]

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Rehabilitation on Instead of incarceration in Jamaica

January 1, 2001 · 

Recognition that one has a drug problem is the most important prerequisite to being accepted in the Drug Court Programme in Jamaica.  In two designated Magistrate Courts in Kingston and Montego Bay, it is now possible to avoid incarceration or a heavy fine for possession of marijuana, cocaine or heroin or even crimes committed while […]

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Vatican Lauds Moratorium on RP Executions

April 3, 2000 · 

WHERE there used to be only death and persecution, lights were turned on last week to celebrate the moratorium on executions in the Philippines.

The Vatican’on Saturday lighted up the ancient Roman Colosseum as a message that Philippine government leaders have been enlightened to respect the value of human life, according to Manila Auxiliary Bishop Teodoro Bacani.

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Vatican Lauds Moratorium on RP Executions

April 3, 2000 · 

Published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer (April 03, 2000) WHERE there used to be only death and persecution, lights were turned on last week to celebrate the moratorium on executions in the Philippines. The Vatican’on Saturday lighted up the ancient Roman Colosseum as a message that Philippine government leaders have been enlightened to respect the […]

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8 doomed convicts spared

January 21, 2000 · 

Published in The Philippine Daily Inquirer (January 21, 2000) EIGHT convicts were spared the lethal injection when the Supreme Court commuted their sentences to reclusion perpetua, a jail term, of 40 years or less. Of the eight, a father who raped his daughter four times and a guardian who raped his ward “a hundred times” […]

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