Death penalty around the world: some numbers

Today, the death penalty in the world causes people to have conflicting feelings. She has both "fans" and opponents. Each side has its own arguments - often very convincing. In those relatively democratic countries where the death penalty is used, protest demonstrations are taking place against it. At the same time, it is known that more than two thirds of the countries of the world either abolished the death penalty by law or did not use it. The human rights organization Amnesty International recently published data on the death penalty, indicating that the death penalty was resumed in GNMX in the Gambia, India, Japan and Pakistan. There was a sharp increase in executions in Iraq in 2012 compared to 2012. However, the total number of executions in the last decade has decreased.


Australian Channel "SBS", referring to Amnesty International data, notes that last year 21 was executed in the 682 country, that there are more people on 2 than in the previous year. At the same time, in 2012, the number of people sentenced to death decreased by 10% - to 1722 people (in 58 countries). In 2011, 1923 was sentenced to death in 63 countries.

The material notes a significant decrease in the number of executions compared to their number a decade ago.

However, the figures do not include thousands of people who, according to Amnesty International, were executed in the People's Republic of China: there such indicators are a state secret.

Each year, the same countries are on the list of Amnesty International. Eight countries stand out where the largest number of executions take place. In 2012, this eight, writes SBS, includes:



1. China. This state has classified the number of death penalty. Amnesty International, relying on reliable sources, on the information of human rights organizations, estimates the total number of executions in the Celestial Kingdom to more than a thousand: that is, more people are executed in the PRC than in the rest of the world combined. The death penalty in the PRC is used for crimes related to drugs, as well as for economic crimes.



2. In 2012, Iran ranked second in the world in the number of executions. Mostly executed there for drug related crimes. It is also noted that in June last year, four people were executed in the Islamic Republic of Iran for such a "crime" as "hostility to God and corruption on the ground." The death penalty was applied to those people who were guilty of "adultery", "sodomy" and a religious crime, called "apostasy".

3. Iraq has almost doubled the number of executions compared to the previous year.



4. Saudi Arabia often executes people publicly through decapitation. Lawyers are rarely accused here (even formally) and may be detained for several weeks on the basis of “confessions” obtained under torture. Crimes of capital punishment in Saudi Arabia include “witchcraft” and robbery in “aggravated” form.

According to SBS, Iran, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia cumulatively accounted for three quarters of confirmed executions in 2012.



5. USA. In this state, Connecticut became the 17 state abolished the death penalty. This was due to concerns about the discriminatory use of the death penalty, as well as the likelihood of erroneous sentences.

6. In Yemen, two people were executed for crimes committed by them before 18 years.

7. North Korea. In this state, executions are carried out both publicly and secretly. Death sentences can be imposed for crimes that are not punishable by death under North Korean law.

8. Sudan is reportedly using the death penalty as a means against real or alleged opposition activists.

To summarize The top three “leaders” in the number of executions in 2012 include China, Iran and Iraq, the latter almost doubling the number of executions compared to the previous year. The fifth largest number of executions in the world is the United States. The total number of executions worldwide in the last decade has decreased.

Observed and translated by Oleg Chuvakin
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  1. xetai9977 20 August 2013 07: 27 New
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    It’s a very difficult dilemma. On the one hand, criminals should be afraid of something. They should know that something more awaits them than a 10-year sentence with amnesty. (For example, in Belgium they released a serial killer-cannibal serial killer , “the deadline has passed.”) On the other hand, there is always the risk of a judicial error. For example, during the time of the Union, before catching the monster Chikatilo, who killed 56 people, another one who was innocent of these crimes was shot. The death penalty in Iran does not stop the flow of drugs from there to the North. So in my opinion there is no single answer.
    1. Alexander Romanov 20 August 2013 07: 31 New
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      Quote: xetai9977
      .On the one hand, criminals must be afraid of something

      Hahahaha, that’s something like this person took what you wrote
      1. Oskar
        Oskar 20 August 2013 08: 32 New
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        Cupid's bow!
        Brow - a house!
        :)))))))
        Oar hunting attach! Across!
        1. klimpopov 20 August 2013 14: 17 New
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          Better a shovel!
        2. bastard
          bastard 24 August 2013 23: 55 New
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          Or drive a nail into the head!
      2. LaGlobal 20 August 2013 09: 47 New
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        Quote: Alexander Romanov

        Hahahaha, that’s something like this person took what you wrote



        PUNISH, NOT Pardon! angry
      3. Very old 20 August 2013 10: 37 New
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        Alexander, I grabbed so much ... And I smile. Well, who will put me in prison?
      4. Sandov 20 August 2013 12: 38 New
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        How to transfer him to Saudi Arabia. Together with rats from Syria. The executioner's saber was waiting.
    2. Dimy4 20 August 2013 07: 42 New
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      Not even so much a miscarriage of justice, but a qualitative consequence.
      1. domokl 20 August 2013 07: 55 New
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        Quote: Dimy4
        how much is a qualitative consequence.

        Alas, while there is a system of checkmarks in the investigation, it’s not possible to improve the quality. If you want a career tracker, be so kind as to give disclosure and landing.
        1. Alexander Romanov 20 August 2013 08: 03 New
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          Quote: domokl

          Alas, while there is a checkmark system in the investigation, it is not possible to improve the quality.

          Hello Sasha! What are you talking about, while in the country there are thieves, the quality of the investigation does not matter, as well as the evidence.
        2. Dimy4 20 August 2013 08: 25 New
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          As for the ticks, here is the work of our district prosecutor’s office, which found seasoned pirates.
          The prosecutor's office of the Sudislavsky district conducted an audit of the implementation of legislation in the field of intellectual property protection
          The prosecutor's office of the Sudislavsky district conducted an audit of the implementation of legislation in the field of intellectual property protection.

          The audit revealed violations in the activities of two cultural institutions of the Sudislavsky district: MKUK "Raslovsky SDK" and MUK "Voronsky KDK".

          In the premises of clubs owned and operated by these organizations, equipment was installed for the public performance of phonograms of music and songs, weekly discos are held in the premises, and the indicated organizations hold theatrical performances, programs, theme parties, children's parties, family celebrations with musical accompaniment using music phonograms , songs of Russian and foreign performers.

          However, in violation of Art. 1324, 1326 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, cultural institutions have not concluded agreements with copyright and related rights management organizations on a collective basis, which have received state accreditation, on the right to use published works through public performance, on payment of royalties.

          Based on the results of the check by the district prosecutor, the directors of the Raslovsky SDK and MUK Voronsky KDK directors submitted submissions that are under consideration.
        3. Very old 20 August 2013 10: 42 New
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          It remains to wish the trail to receive "good" for disclosure and landing. Sasha, they’re walking under someone ... What kind of "independence" of the investigation (and the court) are we talking about?
      2. eplewke
        eplewke 20 August 2013 10: 39 New
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        "Saudi Arabia often executes people publicly - through decapitation. The defendants are rarely represented by lawyers (even formally), and they can be detained for several weeks based on" confessions "obtained under torture. Crimes punishable by death in Saudi Arabia includes “witchcraft” and “aggravated” robbery. ”
        And the whole west shouts that Putin is a tyrant and infringes on the rights of citizens !!! Take a look around the USA - your allies generally live according to medieval foundations !!! Damn, I do not have enough evil, I swear on these mattresses! With such a policy, only sell tickets in the toilet !!!
    3. Hauptmann emil 20 August 2013 07: 45 New
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      I agree, there may be mistakes, but ... If a person sat down for a serious crime for the first time - an accident, the second time - a coincidence, and the third time the system. Why do I have to pay taxes to be fed or dressed, guarded. I’d better pay "for the PM cartridge."
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        Skreb79 21 August 2013 11: 51 New
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        Totally agree with you
    4. Sirocco 20 August 2013 09: 06 New
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      You are right, MUST be afraid impunity breeds permissiveness.
      Quote: xetai9977
      .An the other hand, there is always the risk of miscarriage of justice.

      Now let’s go through the mistakes, so that they would not be in the system of law and order, then they should work there like in the movie (Investigators are conducting the investigation), and not with arms and legs, using champagne as now. You look who now works in the police, not taken criminals, and the actions are the same.
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      2. yak69
        yak69 20 August 2013 09: 45 New
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        I categorically declare that if we consider ourselves human beings and REALLY believe in God, we simply have no right to kill people! Any serious crimes (for which the penalty is relied on) must be replaced by life imprisonment (I would give life for any deliberate murder, except for self-defense or through negligence). The drunken drivers who killed people are also supposed to give for life!
        We do not give life, it is not for us to take it. We must wean ourselves from bloodshed in peacetime.
        I admit that in wartime, shooting on the spot is possible and even necessary, but not in peacetime.
        It is enough to recall how many were executed by the fact that the trackers had to report.
        In addition, I am convinced that by the force of influence, life will be stronger. And many prisoners themselves say: "it is better to be shot than all your life with your face on the floor."
        Among them are those who manage to realize their crimes and repent before death, and this is the most important thing - to save the soul and return to their human appearance.
        We must get rid of being bloodthirsty, otherwise we will not become Humans.
        Remember the words of the Savior: Do not avenge yourself. Vengeance is mine, Az will repay.

        PS For the gifted. This covenant does not apply to military conflicts. It's just about peacetime!
        1. Gur
          Gur 20 August 2013 10: 15 New
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          Alas, as the latest experience of our country shows, not a damn about life imprisonment is worse than execution, but ki can complain so much and say that death would be better, and you take him to the yard for execution, and see how he sings. And trust in the Lord God, not in our situation, by virtue, alas, not brilliant, embezzlement as a way of life, violence, molestation, criminal negligence everywhere. In life, it gives only one plus - jobs. (protection and maintenance of the colony) And in order to avoid judicial errors, the death sentence should be given after 5-10 years. But what is shown in the photo, this is savagery, although who knows, maybe such a process of execution will somehow cool the freaks.
        2. TiGRoO 20 August 2013 11: 05 New
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          I categorically declare that if we consider ourselves people and REALLY DO NOT believe in “God”, and such people in our country are 15%, by the way, then YOU will not indicate that the point of view of believers is the ultimate truth.

          According to the discussion itself, I think the law on 3 errors is the best option, as Hauptmann Emil already mentioned this
          1. yak69
            yak69 20 August 2013 13: 15 New
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            Quote: TiGRoO
            you will not indicate that the point of view of people of believers is the ultimate truth.

            Dear, I’m not talking about the point of view of believers, but about the Covenant given to us by the Savior. And if HE is not a decree for you, then there is nothing more to add to me, above.
            hi
        3. smile 20 August 2013 12: 50 New
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          yak69
          Excuse me. but the statements of the life-prisoners that it would be better if they were shot, in the vast majority of cases, are blatant lies. A man is such a cattle that gets used to everything and clings to life to the end ... and given that the humanization of the regime of penitentiary institutions is constantly going on .... do not believe their false statements.
          I am for the death penalty, although I believe that it should not extend to a significant number of crimes, and its application should be limited. I also believe that its execution should be carried out in 10 years in case of new circumstances and error detection.
          The innocent are in the dock, unfortunately, in all countries, and always has been. But there will be innocent people among the life-long prisoners. If you think that the jail is worse than the execution, then those who are unlucky will be punished even harsher?
        4. redwolf_13
          redwolf_13 20 August 2013 14: 10 New
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          Sorry, but these are all simple words. When you see people who have lost loved ones or God forbid children. Hands reach for weapons themselves. Or do you propose to feed on our and your money those geeks who arranged Beslan, Nord-Ost, etc. I think so for embezzlement, murder of children and terrorist attacks by hanging. The only way. And by the way, for many nations, death through strangulation is the most shameful and terrible death. The punishing hand of the LAW will stop many. But if the LAW will be above all, above ranks and ranks above the cry of the right of legalists. Then many people think whether it is worth it or not. Each prosecutor and judge should be held responsible for their decisions in the flesh before the criminal.
        5. IRBIS 20 August 2013 15: 16 New
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          Quote: yak69
          We do not give life not for us to take it away


          But someone took their lives ... Yes, and not one ... Yes, and brutally ... And why does this "someone" should live after that ???
          1. Pimply 20 August 2013 21: 24 New
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            Because it is likely that he did not take life. And there are not one or two cases of erroneous accusations. And in order not to kill the innocent, the guilty bastard must live.
        6. mark7 20 August 2013 17: 12 New
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          This covenant is applicable to people, and not to biomonsters in human guise, there are those which can not be placed with animals
        7. eplewke
          eplewke 21 August 2013 08: 30 New
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          The world has changed a bit. If you don’t bite, they will eat you! So that you can forget about humanity. Look at the USA - the most “humane” country in the world ...
        8. loisop
          loisop 21 August 2013 12: 09 New
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          And I categorically declare that the Saudis are also believers. And as it were, even more faithful than many others. Which does not bother them at all. Yes, and African cannibals are also believers without exception. In his native god. Who said that yours is the most correct? Because do you personally believe in this? Why drag religion here - I don’t understand at all.
          Quote: yak69
          Remember the words of the Savior: Do not avenge yourself. Vengeance is mine, Az will repay.

          Translated into human terms - "-sha, do not say it, I’m fucking here, I decide - who should" (Well, let it not be "let alone", let it be "slaves", much more honorable, yeah). wink

          You have a fundamentally wrong approach to the concept. The question itself is incorrect. But if the "highest measure of social justice", then just right. Is it dangerous for society? In consumption! (Mad dogs are shot, not hotels built).

          But since some have a pitiful opinion, well. Let us respect this opinion in such a controversial issue.
          Do you personally have something to reinforce your opinion? Are you ready to support him personally and directly? How? Very simple!
          The costs of maintaining such criminals (not only food, but also the salary of the guard, transportation of food, heating the cell, and finally, etc.) are generally known. Make up some amount. Here a referendum (a petition?) Will help identify the same staunch supporters of the abolition of executions.
          Wording: "I, Ivanov II, born 19xx passport Number / Series, issued at that time by such and such police department, I take upon myself the responsibility of keeping criminals sentenced to VM for life"
          If the cost of maintenance (for example) is 1 million rubles / month, and citizens who fit in to contain scum have accumulated 1 thousand. - be kind enough to spit 1 thousand rubles / month. That’s the whole dilemma. Personally, I am categorically against feeding scum.
        9. sined0707 22 August 2013 13: 56 New
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          YES, no need to kill, These people should be of benefit to society. To open which thread the institute is medical and to conduct experiments on this trash so that the stsuki would not just die but also suffer. For some of them, quick death is a bonus.
    5. Arabist
      Arabist 20 August 2013 09: 55 New
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      Few people know that the allegedly innocent were actually shot for the case. They were also detained for raping minors, and for this in the USSR there was a death penalty. They just didn’t kill those whom Chikatilo killed, but what's the difference?
    6. Petergut 20 August 2013 10: 08 New
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      Quote: xetai9977
      ... criminals must be afraid of something. They should know that something more substantial awaits them than a 10-year sentence with amnesty ...


      You are not quite right.
      The absence / presence of the death penalty has virtually no effect on the number of serious crimes, as evidenced by statistics from various states and historical periods. A criminal who commits a crime does not bother himself with a forecast of a legal assessment of his actions, but tries to go unpunished.
      Therefore, in no judicial system is the death penalty considered a crime prevention method. The death penalty is punishment for the crime committed, which is why it is called "capital punishment."
      By the way, under Comrade I.V. Stalin, the death penalty was called "the highest measure of public protection."
      1. mark7 20 August 2013 17: 23 New
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        Quote: Petergut
        By the way, under Comrade I.V. Stalin, the death penalty was called "the highest measure of public protection."

        Quote: Petergut
        By the way, under Comrade I.V. Stalin, the death penalty was called "the highest measure of public protection."

        more precisely, "the highest measure of social protection", I consider zloty words
        1. Pimply 20 August 2013 21: 30 New
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          Yeah, only under Joseph Vissarionovich society was socially protected from a considerable number of poets, scientists, artists, peasants, priests, etc. Such a proper social protection.
          During the period from 1921 to February 1, 1954, 3 people were convicted by the OGPU Board, the NIKVD Troika, the Special Conference, the Military College, the courts and military tribunals, including 777 people were sentenced to death in camps and prisons for a term of 380 years and below - 642 people, to exile and deportation - 980 people. Modestly.
          1. loisop
            loisop 21 August 2013 14: 56 New
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            Yes, yes, a poet, an artist, a peasant cannot be a murderer, a rapist. I would like examples, of course ..

            And of course the epic
            Quote: Pimply
            For the period from 1921 to February 1, 1954, 3 people were convicted





            In the 1930s, there were an average of 583 prisoners per 100 people in the USSR. population.

            But according to the International Center for Prison Research, operating at London Kings College, currently (2008) in the US there are 2,3 million criminals in custody, which makes 754 prisoners per 100 people. population.
      2. Beck
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        Quote: Petergut
        Therefore, in no judicial system is the death penalty considered a crime prevention method. The death penalty is the punishment for the crime committed, and therefore it is called the “capital punishment”.


        You have spelled incorrectly; - The death penalty is not considered as a method of PREVENTION of crimes. The death penalty is PUNISHED for the crime committed.

        This is for those who suffer from pity for Assassins, Rapists, Monsters. From time immemorial, people know that it is IMPOSSIBLE to kill, to rape minors. And the fiends knew, but they killed and raped. It is impossible to take the World from another Man, to remain living in this World, albeit in a cell, a person gets used to any conditions.

        Judicial mistakes? Sadly, they do, but this is not a reason for abolishing the execution. And there are errors in any sphere of human activity, without them there is no movement. It may well be Life on planet Earth, this is a mistake of the Universe.

        Moreover, "humanity" in relation to criminals from Europe passes to us. Living in a two-room cell with a TV, computer, toilet, daily exercise is not a PUNISHMENT, this is ISOLATION. Breivek built the whole cottage.

        That is why criminals and dictators of all stripes, from other countries (Gaddafi’s son), want to be tried by an international court in The Hague. They would give a separate apartment with all the amenities, and for the rest of their lives they would cast out their memoirs.

        KILLED, crossing himself, on a BLOCK. SUPPORTED the child, without a cross, to the LOOP.
        1. Pimply 20 August 2013 21: 30 New
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          However, not every mistake ends in the death of an innocent person.
          1. Beck
            Beck 21 August 2013 00: 27 New
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            Quote: Pimply
            However, not every mistake ends in the death of an innocent person.


            The mistake is sad. But this is already the prerogative of the judicial system and investigative authorities. It is necessary to demand information from them from errors. And throughout their history, these institutions are mainly engaged in this. Improving laws, introducing new methods of evidence, minimizing human incarnation - inner conviction, without a sufficient evidence base, is the basis of mistakes. I’m not talking about negligence and ignorance.

            Fingerprinting, forensic science, biomedical analyzes, forensic methods, physical and technical research, all this in order to avoid ERRORS.
            1. Pimply 21 August 2013 01: 14 New
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              Quote: Beck
              Fingerprinting, forensic science, biomedical analyzes, forensic methods, physical and technical research, all this in order to avoid ERRORS.
              Nevertheless, they do not always help. Let us recall again the case with Chicatillo, when a spoiled test released the maniac to freedom.
              1. rudolff 21 August 2013 01: 22 New
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                Hi Zhen. I heard a phrase somewhere: medicine has reached great heights, but still has not been able to defeat tooth decay and pubic lice! This is me about forensics. There is always a chance of error.
      3. builder 21 August 2013 01: 11 New
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        "The highest measure of social protection"
    7. Very old 20 August 2013 10: 35 New
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      Rauf, categorically against the monsters living on the earth — pedophiles, murderers (deliberately killing), drug dealers destroying my people, destroying the culture and memory of my people. Against all who plant animal ideology, perverts our values. And instead, they are being promoted by inhuman morality, the complete oblivion of our history, our origins. and do not argue on the topic, but how do they do it. I live here !
    8. Su24 20 August 2013 10: 37 New
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      Quote: xetai9977
      For example, during the time of the Union, before catching the monster Chikatilo, who killed 56 people, another one, innocent of these crimes, was shot.


      But for some reason they forget to clarify that the executed was also a criminal.
      1. Hauptmann emil 20 August 2013 11: 54 New
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        I mean the same thing. There were not enough simple law-abiding citizens. There was a killer Alexander Kravchenko. And he wasn’t executed for his murders only "because of his young age."
        1. Pimply 20 August 2013 21: 32 New
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          Was he guilty of crimes committed by Chikatilo? Let’s then shoot everyone for any crime. Maybe you didn’t give up the place to the old woman - you need to shoot. Or plant.
    9. Kite 20 August 2013 10: 48 New
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      Quote: xetai9977
      A very difficult dilemma .......

      - Complex! If you want to get away from solving the problem!
      Execution is an exceptional measure of punishment and should not be applied if the investigation has to seek evidence. But, if the fault is obvious, as for example, the Chechen bandit Ralduyev was given a life sentence and he soon discarded his skates in the special zone. Or for example, a drunk ok (ok - this is a car moderator, I wrote: u-b-l-y-d-o-k) behind the wheel of a car (from which he is pulled out at the crime scene) several young people are knocked to death, or recent arrows in the office and in the hunting store. There are doubts about the fault, whether such mercy should be forgiven, ten years from now?
      And on the other hand, it may be the case that a much smaller crime or even just a suspicion of a crime, but when trying to escape or resist, a person can be shot legally, although without trial. Do you have to make a difficult decision?
    10. Snoop 20 August 2013 13: 54 New
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      Well, this is five myths. Chikatilo was not involved in the rape and murder of a young girl, this was done by Alexander Kravchenko. Chikatilo never raped his victims, as he was impotent, felt pleasure from the torment of the victims. Moreover, the examination of biological substances found on the girl’s corpse denies their origin from Chikatilo. The maniac himself in court denied involvement in this crime. He pleaded guilty in 51 episodes, but not in one. Interesting? Moreover, all the crimes Chikatilo committed from 82 to 90 years., On average, one murder in a month and a half. The murder of a girl in 1978. In general, the evidence gathered by Kostoyev of the maniac’s guilt in the murder of a minor shouted about his innocence so much that at the trial court the state prosecutor refused to support Chikatilo’s charge for this murder and was replaced by another. The maniac was still charged with the commission of this murder, but the Supreme Court immediately overturned the sentence in this part. And Kravchenko was previously convicted in the year 70 for the murder and rape of a minor, he survived because he was a minor.
    11. mark7 20 August 2013 17: 02 New
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      As the famous psychologist Vinogradov said: “A person is such a creature that gets used to everything, and to prison too, so why should taxpayers contain these nonhumans? Yes, and the relatives of the victims indirectly contain them
    12. Drednout 20 August 2013 17: 05 New
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      Quote: xetai9977
      another innocent of these crimes was shot

      This other - a recidivist - the rapist has already served time for this and has come under the "distribution". But as Zhiglov used to say, “there is no punishment without guilt”. Angels are not listed as repeaters.
    13. vjhbc 20 August 2013 20: 59 New
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      the death penalty is not a measure of preemptiveness for other criminals, but simply the destruction of the criminal in order first of all that he does not have a relapse and secondly to save state funds for its maintenance
      Quote: xetai9977
      It’s a very difficult dilemma. On the one hand, criminals should be afraid of something. They should know that something more awaits them than a 10-year sentence with amnesty. (For example, in Belgium they released a serial killer-cannibal serial killer , “the deadline has passed.”) On the other hand, there is always the risk of a judicial error. For example, during the time of the Union, before catching the monster Chikatilo, who killed 56 people, another one who was innocent of these crimes was shot. The death penalty in Iran does not stop the flow of drugs from there to the North. So in my opinion there is no single answer.
  2. Kibalchish 20 August 2013 07: 44 New
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    The death penalty is in the USA, Japan, Israel ... and we would not be in the way. And no one will say that this is not democracy.

    1. Alexander Romanov 20 August 2013 08: 04 New
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      Quote: Kibalchish
      . And no one will say that this is not democracy.

      How not to say ??? It was the United States that insisted on the abolition of the death penalty in Russia, they said that the death penalty is not democratic.
      1. Kibalchish 20 August 2013 08: 05 New
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        If I am not mistaken, it was not the United States that insisted, but the Council of Europe.
        1. Revolver 20 August 2013 08: 25 New
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          Quote: Kibalchish
          If I am not mistaken, it was not the United States that insisted, but the Council of Europe.

          You +
          1. Very old 20 August 2013 10: 58 New
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            Nagan, only 17 states abolished the death penalty
        2. Alexander Romanov 20 August 2013 08: 50 New
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          Quote: Kibalchish
          If I am not mistaken, it was not the United States that insisted, but the Council of Europe.

          And the Council of Europe, too, but Bush still muddied and insisted on the topic.
          1. Jin
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            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            And the Council of Europe, too, but Bush still muddied and insisted on the topic.


            Now it’s time to take off the death penalty ... These EBN shoals can be fixed. Only one but! The executions will begin for “mere mortals,” and the types, as in the photo above, will continue to be “witnesses” ... So what do we need it, on the other hand?
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            Bush was still the elder subject, and insisted

            Bush Sr. went into political oblivion in January 1993, when Russia was still executed. I would understand if you blamed Clinton, but Bush obviously has nothing to do with it. Yes, and there can be no Texas Republican against the death penalty, it sounds like "Ukrainian vs. fat" lol
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          Correct clarification, KIBALCHISH, but the difference is what? CE has long been in Uncle Sam's pocket. Let Europe not hang up, to hell with it, and the Yankees and USA would spit on some stinky Yesoyuz
    2. Revolver 20 August 2013 08: 21 New
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      Quote: Kibalchish
      The death penalty is in the USA, Japan, Israel ... and we would not be in the way. And no one will say that this is not democracy.

      Not everything is so simple in America. There are states that execute - and these are mainly states voting for Republicans. There are states where the death penalty has been abolished - and by coincidence, these are states that vote for Democrats. There are states in which the death penalty formally exists, but in practice it does not apply. And finally, there is the death penalty at the federal level, but we must try hard to "earn" it - well, let's say to commit a terrorist attack against a federal institution; simply murder, even the most brutal and immediately many, falls under the jurisdiction of the state.
      As for Israel, only one non-human, Eichmann, the highest SS authorities on the Jewish question, was executed there. They sentenced Demjanjuk, a sadistic guard from the death camps, but did not carry them out because there was a microscopic doubt in identification. But in vain they do not use it more widely - if the terrorists were executed, they would not have to be released in hundreds in exchange for one hostage, and the risk of hostage-taking would have decreased.
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        I mean at the federal level. And at the state level, they executed a lot. Especially in Texas.
        And in gay Europe it’s not tolerant with...... Only the "last dictator of Europe" Lukoshenko practices it, so he has order in his country. And all sorts of subhumans from the south do not raise their heads
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          For this comm. set YOU + Kibalchish. Reita added for understanding the situation
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        Quote: Nagan
        But in vain they do not use it more widely - if the terrorists were executed, they would not have to be released in hundreds in exchange for one hostage, and the risk of hostage-taking would have decreased.


        Here I completely agree! For terrorism, you definitely need to introduce a tower in Russia! In order to do something, they immediately understood that it was not the prison that was shining, but the "blind men". Although they are soaked and so, as having rendered armed resistance.
        Or take this freak from Belgorod, for this too, you need to put on a stake.
        Let them shoot somewhere, put them on an electric chair somewhere, inject them somewhere or hang them up, we have a visiting card with the death penalty, do a sit-up, and publicly !!!
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      no one will say it's not democracy

      And who will say that this is democracy?
    4. igor67 20 August 2013 10: 09 New
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      [quote = Kibalchish] There is a death penalty in the USA, Japan, Israel ... and it would not hurt us. ... WITH
      In Israel, the death penalty is not used.
      In Israel, the death sentence for murder was abolished in 1954, but the death penalty has not been used in Israel since the state was established in 1948, with the exception of the trial of the Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann. After the abolition of the death penalty in Israel, it was decided that in cases where the law requires the use of the death penalty, life imprisonment will be punished.
      To date, the death penalty is provided for in the following laws:
      "Law on the administration of justice over the Nazis and their associates", "Law on amendments to the criminal law (state security)", "Law on military jurisdiction".
      The death sentence is provided mainly for crimes that are defined in the law as treason (harming the sovereignty of the state or its integrity, inducing war against Israel, helping the enemy during the war with Israel), provided that the crime was committed at a time when military action is taking place on the part of Israel or against it. This is also reflected in Articles 97-99 of the Criminal Law Act.
      The imposition of the death penalty in accordance with the listed laws is not mandatory, except when it comes to German Nazis and acting to destroy the Jewish people.
    5. Babon
      Babon 20 August 2013 11: 24 New
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      And why the death penalty? Isn't it better to send to the dirtiest industries? For example, to mine uranium ores, let their health be ruined there? Maybe it’s better to bring some benefit?
    6. Pimply 20 August 2013 11: 53 New
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      In Israel, it was applied twice over the entire period of the state’s existence, and in one case it was mistaken, and in the second against Eichmann.
      1. Drednout 20 August 2013 17: 08 New
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        The rest of the time, MOSSAD quietly turns everything himself. hi
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          Quote: Drednout
          The rest of the time, MOSSAD quietly turns everything himself. hi

          Well, when quietly, it’s not only Mossad who turned it around ... I think there’s not a single special service of the world
  3. sasha.28blaga 20 August 2013 08: 02 New
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    And how to pronounce a sentence? Already, probably, there were no judges left who passed similar sentences. Take responsibility, impose a death sentence to equate yourself with the executioner. Although, on the other hand, there are crimes for which, apart from the death penalty, the offender does not deserve any other punishment. The neighbor, for the two killed by him, was sentenced to death, was already on death row, as a moratorium on the death penalty was introduced, was replaced with 10 years of imprisonment, the punishment is not appropriate. Life imprisonment is not a panacea. Yes, there is a double opinion on this issue. Under the councils, even currency transactions were executed.
  4. sir.jonn 20 August 2013 08: 03 New
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    The death penalty itself is far from always a panacea for maniacs and other scumbags, such geeks for the most part know what they are going to and what awaits them, just look at their faces in the courtroom absolutely not expressing anything. Life imprisonment without the right to an omnisty in such cases is a more evil prospect.
    In China, there is a death penalty, and a large number of cases are caused primarily by the largest population, mattresses with their democracy, if in percentage terms the same as China, and there are much more secrets with all kinds of secret prisons and torture than anyone else no matter what.
  5. 123_123 20 August 2013 08: 24 New
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    The abolition of the death penalty, in itself, is of course a very humane thing, but, paradoxically, it can indirectly lead to an increase in deaths among law-abiding citizens - having freed maniacs and asocial personalities are unlikely to mend and again innocent people who would be alive would suffer again, if these criminals were executed and not kept on taxes by their future victims as well.
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      They should not go out - lifelong, then lifelong.
  6. Renat 20 August 2013 08: 29 New
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    In many Islamic countries, the head is chopped off for pid @ arasnia. Let Western lovers of human rights blather on them and not on Russia, which prohibits pid-parades. So no. There are too many friends of oil suppliers and barking at us.
    1. Committee 20 August 2013 09: 45 New
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      Not only barking, but also shooting at us, exploding us in the subway, in sleeping houses. Policy...
  7. anip 20 August 2013 08: 29 New
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    The death penalty in the PRC is used for drug-related crimes, as well as for economic crimes.

    Well, Duc, and rightly so, for nefig.
  8. darksoul 20 August 2013 08: 38 New
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    it wouldn’t hurt us long ago ..... that's just how it will be applied in Russia to another question. Figuratively speaking for a loaf of bread to shoot and such "crystal clear" as Serdyukov aside?
  9. Vrungel78
    Vrungel78 20 August 2013 08: 43 New
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    A difficult question for me. Sometimes I want to strangle someone, looked at the photo, I felt sorry for it (I understand that these are criminals). It’s never been sentimental. Probably just another morning now.
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      It’s never been sentimental. Probably just another morning now.

      Drink a coffee, but stronger - cleans the brain at a time, including from excessive sentiment.
    2. Drednout 20 August 2013 17: 10 New
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      Imagine a face of a sergeich or a stool on the photo - immediately feel better.
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        Well, a little for clarity.
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          wassat Well, beauty, I immediately think more order will be in the Armed Forces of Russia.
  10. pahom54
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    Russia should not look back at other countries ... It has long been clear that Russia is following its own historical path, different from other countries. I am sure that the need has long ripened for Russia to abolish the moratorium on the death penalty (approximately, as it was in the USSR - with ... I paid more than 10 state money - get the death penalty). And they steal billions from us ... But they will not allow us to abolish the moratorium, and if they execute, then those who stole a hundred or two thousand rubles.
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      Amendment, 100 thousand rubles, the second time a year, calculation for 2 kopecks. criminal case.
  11. zadorin1974 20 August 2013 08: 51 New
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    We should definitely have the death penalty for pidophilia - and for drugs, why so inhumanly-caught a carrier or a huckster (he’ll scream that he bought for himself), well, dissolve everything that was with him and roll it into him at once (push bastard - and no matter how much he had one check or a ton)
  12. Reserve buildbat 20 August 2013 08: 52 New
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    Perhaps we should introduce the death penalty for terrorism, drugs, major economic crimes and pedophilia.
    1. Very old 20 August 2013 11: 03 New
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      Vanya-Vanechka, we do not vote in the State Duma
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        That's too bad, Valentine. It’s time to change there about 150% of the composition.
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      First of all, for betraying the homeland and undermining the country's defense, as millions might suffer
  13. Molotov
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    Well, yes, as our moratorium is lifted, so instantly there will be "civilized" countries, led by the Yankees, who will pound on the chest and say that the death penalty is barbarism and Russia must abolish it))) an example with queers is proof of this!
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  15. polly 20 August 2013 09: 34 New
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    The death penalty for pedophilia must be unambiguously introduced! Yes, that there is the death penalty, we even don’t have a bona fide account for these creatures, because those who are freed for these crimes again disfigure the children ...
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      Quote: polly
      The death penalty for pedophilia must be unambiguously introduced! Yes, that there is the death penalty, we even don’t have a bona fide account for these creatures, because those who are freed for these crimes again disfigure the children ...

      The tower will be too humane for this scum. To the zone, and not to the special barrack, but to the general one, so that everyone would know the article and the details of the case. So that they tear a point on the British flag, so that before his death he feels what it was like to his victims.
  16. Ingvar 72 20 August 2013 09: 38 New
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    For example, during the time of the Union, before catching the monster Chikatilo, who killed 56 people, another one, innocent of these crimes, was shot.

    Those who die as a result of medical errors are thousands of times more, so everything is known in comparison. The introduction of the death penalty will save many more lives than will be executed as a result of judicial errors.
  17. sasha.28blaga 20 August 2013 09: 38 New
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    Perhaps we should introduce the death penalty for terrorism, drugs, major economic crimes and pedophilia.

    There is no sense in introducing the death penalty for terrorism; they are soaked in place, but distribution, for pedophilia, please. And economic crimes should first return stolen goods.
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      First of all, return the stolen goods.

      .. preferably five times the size. Didn't return? In consumption!
  18. Committee 20 August 2013 09: 42 New
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    If you look at punishment as an educational measure - life-long (according to statistics) is often more frightening for a criminal, besides there is no resort, you’ll walk back and forth for the rest of your life, not to speak, think and forbidden. If we look at the execution as a measure of public protection - it is already successfully applied (without trial) when capturing especially dangerous ones, for example. For us, law-abiding citizens, a moratorium on the death penalty is safer, since it will save us from judicial errors (they were and will be, the human factor ...), and not because we must be humane to the criminal.
  19. Ingvar 72 20 August 2013 09: 42 New
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    Quote: zadorin1974
    We must have the death penalty definitely for pidophilia

    For pedophilia you need to be neutered, physically, not chemically. When this law is introduced, all potential pedophiles will be quietly at home.
  20. Ingvar 72 20 August 2013 09: 45 New
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    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Quote: xetai9977
    .On the one hand, criminals must be afraid of something

    Hahahaha, that’s something like this person took what you wrote

    INNOCENTLY EXAMPLES
  21. Syrdon 20 August 2013 09: 48 New
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    moratorium on the following crimes must be lifted
    - pedophilia
    - production and marketing of drugs
    - serial killings
    - terrorism
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      strange and pretty meaningless 20 August 2013 11: 28 New
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      the moratorium on the following crimes must be lifted ...
      - terrorism


      Cool. For example, Kvachkov is serving 8 years for "terrorism." Gentlemen, supporters of executions, can you even imagine what trump card you will give to the current rulers? Do you seriously think that stinkers will be executed ?! Ok screamers ...

      By the way, where is the betrayal of the Motherland on the list?
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        By the way, where is the betrayal of the Motherland on the list?

        +++ !!! good
  22. tilovaykrisa 20 August 2013 09: 52 New
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    I didn’t know that Japan has the death penalty, and according to what the Chinese say, they’re doing the right thing, there 90% of them are shot for corruption and drugs. We also need to be reprimanded, a tower was caught with a kilogram, a tower was cut with a loot, too, and that's how we need to fight.
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      1. Apollo 20 August 2013 10: 10 New
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        by title and content of the topic

        infographics
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          Apollo picture is not clickable, sorry.
  23. George 20 August 2013 10: 26 New
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    Quote: yak69
    PS For the gifted. This covenant does not apply to military conflicts. It's just about peacetime!

    The war is already going on, it did not stop for a minute.
    Tolerasts, hiding behind stone fences, sat in mansions with bars on the windows (getting used to something what ) and sending their children away from sin far abroad, they talk about the world norms of the law wassat according to which ordinary citizens the simplest thing is to choke on a quiet one.
    The death penalty (at any time) is an adequate measure of the state against overstated crime.
  24. Chicot 1 20 August 2013 10: 38 New
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    I do not belong to ardent supporters of the death penalty, but I believe that it should be present in the arsenal of punishments. Let it be exceptional, for a narrow circle of especially serious crimes and rarely used, but it should be ...
    And the fact that most countries "put to the wall" for the drug trade is right. Such an infection must be eradicated only with a hot iron, no liberalism and indulgence ...
  25. Standard Oil 20 August 2013 10: 41 New
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    It would be nice to see at least one little Serdyukov being dragged onto a gallows, how he will squeal about “human rights” and “common European values” and other nonsense.
    1. tilovaykrisa 20 August 2013 10: 50 New
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      Can you imagine what line of people want to knock out a stool from under it?
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        More than the first McDuck in Moscow. This is the most modest forecast.
    2. Hudo
      Hudo 20 August 2013 20: 52 New
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      Quote: Standard Oil
      It would be nice to see at least one little Serdyukov being dragged onto a gallows, how he will squeal about “human rights” and “common European values” and other nonsense.


      It will be guessed for sure.
  26. RBLip 20 August 2013 10: 42 New
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    Quote: Syrdon
    moratorium on the following crimes must be lifted
    - pedophilia
    - production and marketing of drugs
    - serial killings
    - terrorism

    still to introduce confiscation for civil servants and it would be wonderful. Unfortunately, this will never happen ...
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      still introduce confiscation for civil servants and it would be great

      And they personally have nothing. They are starving and live in the world by proxy. request
  27. Sergey Medvedev 20 August 2013 10: 44 New
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    KAZHNIT, NO Pardon.
    It is noteworthy whom Ivan the Terrible executed. Over 5 death sentences in 000 years of rule.
    1. The killers
    2. Abusers
    3. Church robbers
    4. State traitors
    The result of the reign of Ivan the Terrible - the country's territory increased by about 2 times, the population grew several times. And all kinds of tolerasts demonize him to us.
    I would add 2 subparagraphs to this list. Drug trafficking is like an attempted mass murder. And corruption in government, as a form of high treason.
    1. Asan Ata
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      In fact, Grozny also cut out cities, maybe this was the reason for success? lol
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        Asan Ata

        Not only was he "having fun" with this!
        Other powers also did not lag behind ... There was a time like this - cruelty and blood are normal.
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        Quote: Asan Ata
        In fact, Grozny also cut out cities, maybe this was the reason for success?

        Not only Grozny, just then there was such a tradition, rob, kill, force.
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        Well, as the Huguenots were cut in Europe - he did not even dream of delirium. Well, we are a philip, we don’t scare their children.
    2. Z.A.M. 20 August 2013 12: 17 New
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      Sergey Medvedev
      At the moment, 11.50, I read all the comments. I decided to join yours - briefly and easily. And - TRUE.
      I completely agree with the comment. Himself - a former opera, higher legal (criminal and civil), education - VERY MUCH, which is important. Plus work ...
      And to me, like many operas, someone will "rub" about
      Quote: yak69
      if we consider ourselves human beings and REALLY believe in God, we simply have no right to kill people!

      Quote: yak69
      Among them are those who manage to realize their crimes and repent before death, and this is the most important thing - to save the soul and return to their human appearance.
      ??
      Yes, you would go to ... God. Faith is a necessary thing, but ... but ... but ...

      When, like "humanists", they advocate "mercy" ... to me ... bitterly funny ...

      All fairy tales about the thefts, during executions, are known to me by heart ... This is for the younger ones and those who want to do it themselves .. TRY (!!!), find the truth. Well, well ... the result will be: to execute - N O ABOUT X O D AND M O ...

      Think about the victim’s everyday “click” from any encroachment to his address - T E R P I L A. We have suffering, even after the investigation, of the courts (namely - VESSELS !!!!!!!) anyway - HURTED ... Is this normal?
      I wrote from any encroachment, "starting from the smallest ... And what can we say about
      Quote: Syrdon
      - pedophilia
      - production and marketing of drugs
      - serial killings
      - terrorism
      .
      I will even say more. With the current bacchanalia - to take away life and loved ones - parents, wives, husbands and ... yes, yes - CHILDREN ... THE FAMILY needs to be removed, etched. Especially for ... yes, however, the above list is given.
      Tell me cruelly ... Probably yes ... But this is so far, cruel, bye ...UNTIL you are not touched, but cruelly ... And in time UNTIL - then I don’t know what to think ...

      And further.
      Quote: sasha.28blaga
      Take over responsibility, pronounce a death sentence to equate himself with the executioner.

      For this A RESPONSIBILITY them WE and pay taxes ... And the judge is not the executioner ...

      And -
      Quote: Petergut
      at t I.V. Stalin the death penalty was called "the highest measure of public protection."
      , called - the highest measure SOCIAL protection.
      capital punishment is necessary ... Geeks.
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        Z.A.M.

        Confused, confused, but TRUE!

        I agree.
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        Quote: Z.A.M.
        I will even say more. With the current bacchanalia - to take away life and loved ones - parents, wives, husbands and ... yes, yes - CHILDREN ... THE FAMILY needs to be removed, etched.


        It’s scary when people with similar statements work in operas, they take trembling. Full-time legal ... Not at the Gestapo for an hour ??? You thought with your head before you write off such fascist statements here? This is probably why I call you m * y * s * o * p * a * m * and that you love your people that they must defend ...
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        Quote: Z.A.M.
        the death penalty is necessary ... GEORDS.


        The question is not faith in Gd. And not the highest degree of social protection.

        You, as a former opera, tell me what percentage of erroneous identifications, for example. Or poorly performed analyzes (as is the case with Chicatillo). Judicial Mistakes?

        This is the need to abandon the death penalty. Not because of humanity, faith in Gd or anything else. Because of the chance to become a killer. The same geek as the one who is proposed to be executed. Because of the chance to increase the number of victims of the killer and, de facto, give the geek in some cases, defeat a person. That's all.
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          Dear, Pimpled! Not cancellation - deferrals, m. - Yes...
          For drugs - like in China. Faced this.
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          If the state, as Mr. Pupyrchaty writes, is afraid to become a murderer, then many killers are not afraid to be them, and they do not commit all the atrocities in a state of passion, very many are aware and are preparing, and all of your shushu-musky smell of Western liberalism
  28. zelenyi
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    If a person goes to kill, he must know he will be answered the same.
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      Quote: zelenyi
      If a person goes to kill, he must know he will be answered the same.

      Tell Kadyrov, he answered directly.
  29. Simple 20 August 2013 11: 11 New
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    Good day to all.

    Information on the topic in the article:

    http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/death_row/dr_executed_offenders.html
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    Grigorich 1962 20 August 2013 11: 17 New
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    Siluanov has repeatedly confirmed that the Russian budget does not withstand the burden .... they plan to cut budget items ... and eliminate maternity capital ... damn ..... and someone thought how much Russia costs the maintenance of life-sentenced prisoners .... previously who would have been sentenced to death .......
    it's up to GDP ... to lift this moratorium on executions
  31. Asan Ata
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    By the way, under Comrade I.V. Stalin, the death penalty was called "the highest measure of public protection."

    Cool. The Saudi saber is some kind of Ingushetian.
  32. deman73 20 August 2013 11: 43 New
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    Personally, I am for the death penalty, freaks need to be shot, otherwise I’m completely afraid of both God and the judge. I say not just like that, and due to the knowledge of this specific issue, I’m just confronted with a duty, and believe me the budget, it’s very expensive for the content. And the most annoying thing is that ki live and those people whom they killed cannot be returned already
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      No, no, no .. Don't! No need to shoot !!
      It is necessary to hang up. For what? The court will decide. Mostly around the neck. Some (Tagged, for example) certainly for the eggs. On a guitar string. On the Red Square. So fuck!
  33. Ilya Mikhalych 20 August 2013 11: 51 New
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    Mortality is needed as a last resort. For example, pedophiles can be torn off eggs, thieves cut their hands to the elbows, and if it did not help then a bullet in the back of the head.
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      "... For example, pedophiles can tear their eggs" - I think it will not help, they will be called differently because this mental disorder is incurable.

      "... it’s not economically profitable to chop off the hands of thieves on the elbow.

      “... if it didn’t help” - in most cases (if it’s not a “flying person”) it will not help, even if you fight not with the consequence, but with the cause.
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      Yeah. And if a reservation, for example? Or an option - girl 17, boy 18? Investigator's mistake? Identification error? Judge's mistake?
      1. Simple 21 August 2013 12: 11 New
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        "And if a reservation, for example? Or an option - a girl 17, a boy 18?"

        In this case, much depends on the judge. That's why they are judges, in order to understand the matter and "separate the flies from cutlets."
        Errors of jurisprudence, as well as corruption in its ranks, is also a deviation from normal. And the latter should be strictly punished, because ultimately, the fate of the people is decided. My opinion.
  34. Pensioner
    Pensioner 20 August 2013 11: 55 New
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    I propose to look at this article from a different point of view. Let's say all those executed have earned the death penalty according to the laws of their countries. China, the total number of executed people is classified as secret. According to human rights activists, there are a thousand times more executions in the Celestial Empire than in all countries combined .Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia - in these three countries, together, three-quarters of all executions committed in the world. And these are only confirmed, the real figures of executions are unknown.
    How does this “side” concern us? To think about their own future, and about the future of their own descendants. According to China. The euphoria of friendship has continued to be planted from Soviet times: “joint exercises,” economic relations and so on. Nowhere do they even allow the thought of a sudden invasion of China into the countries of the former Union and Russia. And unprepared people, take them even with your bare hands, especially by their large number and ruthlessness. If the Chinese are so cruel to their own people, then believe me, they will treat other peoples brutally. Since ancient times, because of their large numbers, they have a cold-blooded attitude towards killing from the time of the "Chinese revolution" - this education of devotion to the country was "raised" by public executions, for the slightest suspicion of betrayal of the interests of the country. Over the next century, the Chinese are trained, and on their own it is cruel to destroy the "enemies" who interfere the interests of China. If China's interests turn to other lands, then where will their "friendship" go? All those who resist will simply be brutally and mercilessly suppressed by millions of trained “zombies,” by killing their “enemies” by blood. In the brains, in the soul, it’s mass zombie. And shedding someone else’s blood is even easier. boy Slavik, speaking of the horrors of the invasion by the Chinese, wanting to warn "his"? Maybe all sorts of "military analysts" have enough to mock the predictions of a boy who died at 10 years old? The exercises in Chebarkul took place, as he said then. And at that time, even these same analysts could not “figure it out!” Maybe it’s time to think about our Russian-Chinese friendship? God saves those who are safe. But isn’t it time, then, with weapons to prove their right to their lands?
    Now about executions in pro-Islamist countries. This is already a kind of warning not only to Russians, but also to some of our Muslims, who are euphoric from the thought that “world Islam” will come. As shown in this article, the same as in China, most executions over their own. Confessions are achieved through torture, many executions of religious crimes, or rather for "apostasy" to some religious canons. And from previous publications, we know that teenagers are executed for "apostasy". Will religious fanatics be merciful to attitude even to their co-religionists, not so zealously worshiping by their standards? And do our Muslims need such a fanatical "Islam"? In order for them and their children to be executed? It is our Muslims who need to think about this, and not hope that they, like their co-religionists, will be punished by a bowl of retribution. But who knows, what does fanatics come to mind? Can the decision “clean up” all our Muslims as “apostates”? So far, they may also have “friendship and help” (religious literature, training in military operations, financing and assurances of world conquest) to co-religionists. But we must continue to look at what can happen. Although, according to those articles, what is happening in the world with others. First I wrote, let’s say that executions according to their laws are possible and fair. But everyone should think about whether we need them " justice and their laws "? And in order to prevent their “justice and laws”, we must first of all think about our own security. And it is natural to strive to induce our own justice and legitimacy in ourselves. All of all benefits.
  35. Pimply 20 August 2013 11: 56 New
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    For those who advocate the death penalty in Russia, I recommend recalling who pronounces sentences and what is the frequency of errors and biases. As far as Chakatilo was imprisoned, three were injured - one was shot, one served 10 years, the other 6. And think about how you could become one of these three.
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      6216390 20 August 2013 12: 31 New
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      three - they shot one, one served 10 years, the other 6. And think about the fact that you could become one of these three.

      I read the comments and I can only agree with yours.
      Our judicial system cannot 100% establish the guilt of the accused, often mortal charges are brought under pressure from the public, authorities, sometimes as a result of unfair relations between investigators and judges. Unfortunately, such an error cannot be corrected, so the death penalty must be abolished, moreover, life imprisonment is worse than the death penalty and makes it possible to correct the judicial error.
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        Beck 21 August 2013 01: 02 New
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        mortal charges are often brought under pressure from the public, authorities, sometimes as a result of unfair treatment of investigators and judges.


        Under pressure from the public - unlikely.

        But as a result of an unfair attitude, yes.

        And the Chikatilo case is not a miscarriage of justice. This is the dishonesty of the investigating authorities. I can assume 99% that the followers knew that they were transferring materials to the court to an innocent person, but it was necessary to account for the pressure and demand of the authorities - to find the killer at all costs.

        This is not an ERROR, it is an intentional FALSE. And falsifications depend on the level of the Enlightenment and the state attitude to the judicial system. If the judicial system is independent, then mistakes tend to zero. If dependent, then fraud is inevitable. there are few examples from the life of the USSR, and even now it’s not very better.

        This is like a forced placement in psychiatric clinics of the USSR, disagreeing with the Soviet regime. This is not a psychiatric mistake, this is a psychiatric falsification.
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          That is why the death penalty is not a solution.
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      Jin 20 August 2013 12: 36 New
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      And think about how one of these three could be you.


      Yes, Zhenya? And now this is not real in your opinion? All the same. And there’s no need to say that you’re walking down the street like that and you, 10 years! Those who received, albeit mistakenly, probably had a snout in the fluff!
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        And think about how one of these three could be you.


        Yes, Zhenya? And now this is not real in your opinion? All the same. And there’s no need to say that you’re walking down the street like that and you, 10 years! Those who received, albeit mistakenly, probably had a snout in the fluff!

        Have they become more guilty of this in the Chacatillo case? And if you are sure that it is impossible - you walk down the street, did nothing, then I advise you to study the cases of those released according to the results of DNA tests in the USA. You are aware that in such cases the regular problem is erroneous identification. For decades, people have been sitting for being mistaken for others. And this is in the States, where the judicial system works according to a more loyal scheme than the Russian one. In Russia, if you are not in the know, acquittals are extremely rare.
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          And if you are sure that it is impossible - you walk down the street, did nothing, then I advise you to study the cases of those released according to the results of DNA tests in the USA.


          Well, of course, you can get to the bottom of the pillar, if you talk like that. Everything is clear, 100% only death, but! The results of the release of DNA analysis, this is the correction of errors of past years, of erroneous dekteloscopic comparison of prints ... and most likely, again, not only errors, but also juggling facts. Somewhere, it’s a matter of shutting down, substituting someone with someone who didn’t have enough money for a lawyer, better than you, etc. ... they are also not angels away.

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          You are aware that in such cases the regular problem is erroneous identification.


          Erroneous identification, this is generally the scourge of all time. It was, is and, unfortunately, will be. This is a human factor, in all senses, both objective and "purely the other way around." Understand that the jury is not mistaken, a whole crowd of completely different people? How does this relate to the execution maratorium? Moreover, under the current legislation they will solder a life-long one, and with the introduction of the tower, they will be shot. Why am I? Moreover, the introduction of the death penalty will not affect the process of investigation, inquiry, and then the sentencing. It’s a mistake to sit down for the rest of your life and rot alive without seeing the sun and sky, or instantly die ... here I don’t presume to judge which is better.
          We are talking a little about different things with you.
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          loisop 21 August 2013 15: 30 New
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          And this is in the States, where the judicial system works according to a more loyal scheme than the Russian one. In Russia, if you are not in the know, acquittals are extremely rare.

          Of course, in the Lighthouse of Democracy everything is perfect and only in Mordor do the bloody executioners (judges) cover everyone, yeah ..
          But he was not interested - why so? What is the difference?
    3. loisop
      loisop 21 August 2013 15: 27 New
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      Healthy again!
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      one shot

      why didn’t they mention that this executed man was also a maniac, only smaller?
  36. poccinin
    poccinin 20 August 2013 12: 03 New
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    I am for shooting at stadiums. "For corruption. Theft on an especially large scale. Drugs." moreover, with the complete confiscation of property. the wife of the mother-in-law and other relatives. because when they start a "case" the accused has nothing. he turns out to be a bum. they’re not living in a car. NOTHING. for the first time you can give 10 years to think or correct the mistake of justice. and here’s the second time.
  37. Alexandr0id
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    knowing our judicial system, the death penalty is contraindicated for us. we don’t have a right, there is no such thing as a “letter of the law”, judges are absolutely not free in their decisions, there are practically no acquittals, the garbage dump is dumb, and they are embittered, envious, corrupt and unpunished.
    someone will say that they (the Saudis, Chinese, etc.) do not even have the appearance of a lawsuit, but I don’t care what they have, this is not an argument.
    I am against the death penalty in Russia.
    1. mark7 20 August 2013 17: 54 New
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      So far, you haven’t touched it, you are reasoning like that, but for now, these ghouls are set free, and they multiply the grief of many people by putting them on needles, raping, and taking away lives
  38. Goldmitro 20 August 2013 12: 18 New
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    <<< The total number of executions worldwide has been declining over the past decade. >>>
    To reduce the number of crimes punishable by death, the death penalty SHOULD BE! Especially, in a country like Russia, whose culture, customs, customs, value guidelines were subjected to an unprecedented attack during the years of "freedoms" from Western geymocratic liberal market values, where EVERYTHING has its price, including human life, and the result which was the emergence of a generation of SCREAMS - Boomers, for whom this price has become insignificant!
  39. orff 20 August 2013 12: 30 New
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    Bill on the prohibition of the promotion of homosexuality among minors, adopted by the State Duma on January 25, 2013 in the first reading, its supporters call a measure designed to protect traditional family values. Moreover, the experience of other countries is cited as one of the main arguments. To understand what other measures can be justified by foreign experience, Forbes summarized the experience of countries with the most stringent anti-Gay laws.
    Sudan
    Punishment for same-sex relationships: from five years in prison to death
    Same-sex marriage: prohibited
    The possibility of adopting children by same-sex partners: no
    Tanzania
    Punishment for same-sex relationships: life imprisonment
    Same-sex marriage: prohibited
    The possibility of adopting children by same-sex partners: no
    Barbados
    Punishment for same-sex relationships: life imprisonment
    Same-sex marriage: prohibited
    The possibility of adopting children by same-sex partners: no
    Saudi Arabia
    Punishment for same-sex relationships: the death penalty
    Same-sex marriage: prohibited
    The possibility of adopting children by same-sex partners: no
    United Arab Emirates
    Punishment for same-sex relationships: the death penalty
    Same-sex marriage: prohibited
    The possibility of adopting children by same-sex partners: no
    Iran
    Punishment for same-sex relationships: the death penalty
    Same-sex marriage: prohibited
    The possibility of adopting children by same-sex partners: no
    Pakistan
    Punishment for same-sex relationships: life imprisonment
    Same-sex marriage: prohibited
    The possibility of adopting children by same-sex partners: no
    Malaysia
    Punishment for same-sex relationships: up to 20 years in prison
    Same-sex marriage: prohibited
    The possibility of adopting children by same-sex partners: no
    http://m.forbes.ru/article.php?id=233591
    1. alone 20 August 2013 19: 54 New
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      and also on Iran. the Wahhabis there hang immediately without trial or investigation. It does not fall into the statistics
  40. George 20 August 2013 12: 45 New
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    Our judicial system cannot at 100% establish the guilt of the accused

    Maybe even how it can. The question is only the need. And then the police of ours either lose their evidence, or witnesses refuse to testify, or some other misfortune.
  41. Internal combustion engine 20 August 2013 13: 03 New
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    The death penalty should be in only one case. This is a deliberate murder. If you deliberately robbed someone of your life, then there can only be one retribution - your life. All other crimes should be punished by prison, but without life. Maximum 25 years. And always with occupational therapy. The use of the death penalty for drugs is surprising, but is alcohol, tobacco, coffee, tea not drugs? Why are dealers not responsible for their distribution in their own skin?
    1. Jin
      Jin 20 August 2013 13: 13 New
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      The death penalty should be in only one case. This is a deliberate murder


      And for terrorism? Is this not an intentional massacre?
  42. mithridate 20 August 2013 13: 41 New
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    But what about the principle of the talion - "an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth"?
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    The death penalty is, above all, the protection of society from outcasts, and non-resistance to evil by violence is to the liberals. Although they just do not keep quiet if you personally hurt them. And when others, well, can one reason about "universal principles"
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    First of all, I would impose the death penalty for double standards, otherwise I’m very skilled when the new Kim did all that he shot from the minamet a little senior general who wept for Kim. Oh, how the Western press crashed then, but at least one skatina stepped in and said that this anti-human kind of death penalty was invented and introduced not by the horse in polto, but by the British themselves, who tied the suicide bombers to the gun and fired ((
    And here I read, everyone is so bad, and the United States is just a white dandelion, a little scolded, just for formality.
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    It is necessary to amend the Criminal Code if the terrorist or guilt is XNUMX% proven as the death penalty from Belgorod, if there is any doubt then a delay of five years.
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    And if you give the opportunity to choose a tower or a lifetime - statistics would be interesting!
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    Amendment, 100 thousand rubles, the second time a year, calculation for 2 kopecks. criminal case.


    Article 93 "prim" of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR determined the punishment for theft in especially large ones - in the amount of over 10 rubles. in the form of imprisonment for a period of 000 to 8 years with confiscation of property, with or without reference, or the death penalty with confiscation of property.
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  49. Shumer
    Shumer 20 August 2013 20: 46 New
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    Personally, I am for the death penalty.
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      Alexandr0id 21 August 2013 00: 26 New
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      shoot!
  50. Megatron 21 August 2013 01: 41 New
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    We need to introduce the death penalty, Wh. for promoting sodomy!