Enemies of the Internet named

  g0slp 07:45 08 Nov 2006

Interesting article. click here

I can't say that there are any real suprises on the list, though.

  DANZIG 14:34 08 Nov 2006

I agree, can't see any surprises on that list as you say.

What worries me though, is how long will it be before it happens in the Western 'freedom loving' world??

  Z1100 11:40 09 Nov 2006

Ending the death penalty for child offenders

The use of the death penalty against child offenders – people under 18 at the time of the crime – is clearly prohibited under international law, yet a handful of countries persist with child executions.

Since January 1990 Amnesty International has documented 46 executions of child offenders in eight countries– the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iran, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, the USA, China and Yemen. The USA carried out 19 executions – more than any other country.

A very worried Hanx!

  Kate B 11:45 09 Nov 2006

The USA has an appalling record on the death penalty - it makes its self-appointed role as the world's policeman all the more risible, really.

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