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When Inocence Met Desire

When innocence met desire
They say
That the Town Crier
Had a field day.
The populace rose in disgust
And filled with hate
They lynched the reprobate, 10 more words

Literature

Neurobabble - A Debate

The Wire recently published an article by Dr. Sumaiya Shaikh on ‘The Cognitive Neuroscience of Lynching’. Not only was it badly written, it had warped neuroscience concepts and highly false claims. 3,098 more words

Neuroscience

Terrorist involved in lynching of J&K Deputy Superintendent shot dead

The Budgam encounter that took place on Wednesday witnessed the end of a terrorist who was involved in the lynching of Deputy Superintendent Mohammad Ayub Pandit.

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Vicky Nanjappa

Lynching, What went wrong?

What comes to our mind whenever we think about the word “Mob Justice” or “vigilantism”, off course an angry mob beating a person or two who may or (may not ) or (presumably) had committed a crime. 849 more words

India

Little Known Black History Fact: Ida B. Wells

Ida B. Wells is most known for her crusade against the lynching of Black Americans that she launched in the 1890’s. This past Sunday marked the 155th anniversary of the late activist’s birth, and a look at her life shows that her fight against injustice started very early in her life. 351 more words

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In the Republic of lynching

From: http://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/in-the-republic-of-lynching-srinagar-ayub-pandith-ballabhgarh-law-society-4721647/

Modern sociology like modern constitutional law posits a contrast between a state of nature and the state of society. Thomas Hobbes, the great contractarian had described the state of nature as a condition where the life of man was solitary, poor, nasty, short and brutish. 765 more words

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