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"stay to the point please !
strategic handling warsituation and solving justice problem !
but i find it very peculiar that mostly the criminals & terrorists get sympathy
of people calling somebody who want to take action against that a narrow minded person ! "
According to Amnesty International's annual report on official judicial execution, in 2003 there were 1,146 executions in 28 countries. 84% of the deaths occurred in four countries. The People's Republic of China (PRC) carried out 726 executions. Iran killed 108 people, the United States 65 and Vietnam 64.
Only seven countries practice the death penalty for juveniles, that is criminals aged under 18 at the time of their crime. Nearly all actual executions for juvenile crime take place in the USA, although, due to the slow process of appeals, no one under age 19 has been executed recently.
In the United States the death penalty cannot be applied to criminals under age 16 and higher ages are legislated in many states. In the United States and ancestor bodies politic since 1642, an estimated 364 juvenile offenders have been put to death by states and the federal government. Although the People's Republic of China accounts for the vast majority of executions in the world, it does not allow for the executions of those under 18.
but hey you arab moroons you FORGOT to move the weapons out of the camera's view !!