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The Death of Civilians; the Three Shades of Sorrow

Every life is precious.

For many people, every life form is considered sacred, whether human or animal. In the United States alone there are an estimated 7 million people who restrict their diets to fruits and vegetables. 1,027 more words


Execution Scorecard - 08/25/14-09/14/14

Last week (08/25/14-08/31/14) see previous Execution Log for details

!!!None executed!!!

This week (09/01/14-09/07/14) see previous Execution Log for details

!!!None scheduled!!!

Next Week (09/08/14-09/14/14) see next Execution Log for details… 9 more words

Death Penalty

Charles Spear Collection, 1840-1851

Charles Spear was a Universalist minister in the mid-1800s who supported the abolishment of the death penalty in the United States. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1801 and worked toward social change throughout his life. 256 more words

Special Collections

Death row cases - my experience and how to get involved

Competition for training contracts and pupillages has never been so fierce. Aspiring solicitors and barristers face cut-throat rivalry, not just from fellow vocational course graduates, but from graduates in previous years, whose qualifications remain valid for up to five years. 1,554 more words

Human Rights

2 Samuel 1: David hears of Saul's death

David and his men had been back at Ziklag for 3 days when they finally heard about the defeat and Saul’s death. The man who brought this news, gave a different version of the story of Saul’s death from 1 Samuel 31. 318 more words


1,400 children Rotherham UK, Satanic Craigslist Killers Dodge Death Penalty, Culture of Silence and Denial around Child Abuse

This week there were new articles about a major inquiry in Rotherham stating 1,400 children were abused. The Satanic Craigslist killers will not be receiving the death penalty and there was a media discussion of the culture of silence and denial around child abuse. 303 more words

Ritual Abuse

Mad Middle Class Mom's Take on the Death Penalty Debate

Today marks the 25th anniversary of Westley Allan Dodd’s execution by hanging. He was convicted (beyond the shadow of a doubt) of killing three young boys, and even admitted plans to further his list of victims given the chance. 1,328 more words