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On This Day: May 6th

In 1966 the Moors Murderers were finally imprisoned, on the 6th of May their sentence was given as life imprisonment. The murderers were Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, the span of their killings was from 1963-1965, their killings took the lives of five victims. 151 more words


Police charge Australian teenager with planning ANZAC terror attack

| 24 April 2106 | Australian police have arrested and charged a teenager with a terrorism offense related to planning an attack at Monday’s commemorations of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli during World War One. 76 more words


Delta State Assembly Approves Death Penalty For Kidnappers

Prescribing death sentence for kidnappers and life imprisonment for accomplices, the Delta House of Assembly on Tuesday passed the Anti-kidnap Bill.

The bill was passed by a unanimous vote of the members present followed a report presented by the house’s Committee on Rules, Business, Legal and Judicial Matters at plenary in Asaba. 154 more words


India Considers Possible Murder Charges in Overpass Collapse -- "Criminal breach of trust" could bring death penalty, or life imprisonment


APRIL 2, 2016, 5:18 A.M. E.D.T.

KOLKATA, India — Indian police said Saturday that they are investigating possible murder charges against 10 construction company employees who have been either arrested or detained in connection with the collapse of an unfinished overpass in Kolkata that killed at least 26 people. 398 more words

What's the price for death?- Reasons why India needs to consign the death penalty to history


Capital punishment is perhaps the most extensively deliberated issue of criminal justice in the world making it one of the most controversial subjects today. 6,184 more words

Death Penalty

4-yr-old boy jailed for life for ‘commiting murder'

A 4-year old child, Ahmed Mansour Karni, will be spending the rest of his life in prison following a court ruling in western Cairo on Tuesday. 543 more words


Four-year-old sentenced to life imprisonment

Ahmed Mansour Karni, a 4-year old child, will be spending the rest of his life in prison following a court ruling in western Cairo on Tuesday. 533 more words