Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Executions → Execution of Drug Dealers in China
China maintains the death penalty for a large number of offenses, including non-violent crimes and economic crimes. A large proportion of sentences and executions are imposed for drug-related crimes. Execution is by shooting.
Based on public reports available, Amnesty International estimated that at least 1,010 people were executed in China during 2006 year, although the true figures were believed to be much higher. Credible sources suggest that between 7,500 to 8,000 people were executed in China in 2006. The official statistics remain a state secret, making monitoring and analysis problematic.
|It is obvious the chinese government, and military, only want peace a democracy.|
Those pics are fake, everyone knows a communist country, run by a dictator would never allow such things.
Just look how brave those men with the guns are, shooting an unarmed civilian from behind, that is risky business.
They were probly given medals for their ability to put their lives on the line, while shooting restrained prisoners.
Now imagine if China actually gets into a real war, those little bastards will be scared shitless when their enemies actually shoot back at them.
|I think that in China everyone is a criminal: you, she, he, me...everybody. I have reading about body parts black market as an industry in China.|
|I've read in several websites that they |
were Tibetans who had participated in a
|Me so horny|
|These yellow bitches need to be fucked to death |
not shot.Chinese pussy tastes like fortune
|Can we out-source employment drug screening to the Chinese? I'm sick of wasting time interviewing potheads.|
|Those fucking Chinese are just Hardcore...AIRBORNE...|
|It is immoral!|
|firm but fair you have to admire the simplicity and cost effectiveness of it all|
|pauvre chine et ca se prend pour un pays bien que de la racailles dans ce pays|
|These photos are a bit old. Nowadays China usually use the "death coctail" lethal-injection developed in the USA as the primary means of dispatching the condemned.|
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