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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.

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I've seen those same photos elsewhere with
the death being attributed to political
2009-09-12 11:01:28

Chinese murdered Tibetan again.
2009-09-12 07:03:13

Some people like to see such happenings.
2009-07-26 00:46:07

If the heathen Chinese insist on these executions being public, then they should not be in full view of a passenger railroad station. Just as some tourists were stepping off a train, a man was beheaded. The outraged tourists complained and the USA president SHOULD have issued warnings to China about exposing foreign tourists to such nightmarish sights.
2009-07-25 18:44:13

Source: s-attract-thousands/

When her master left on business, his two cousins took their chance to rape her, making her pregnant. One thought to buy her and keep the child.

When her master finally returned in 1995, she was sent back to him with a child, which enraged him. He tortured her into revealing the truth, and then slew both the father and the child.

Despair and rage finally took hold of her, and she took a sickle and killed her husband as he slept.

She was later arrested, but the court was uncharacteristically sympathetic, and resolved that she could be reformed in a labour camp.

However, for whatever reasons things did not go well and she murdered an inmate whilst there. She was sentenced to death, and her appeal rejected…
2009-07-22 06:40:35

Source: s-attract-thousands/

She was later returned to her step-father, who sold her for a thousand yuan as a bride.

She enjoyed a brief period of happy marriage to a kind invalid, but caught the eye of a powerful villager who forced her husband to sell her to him for 2,000 yuan.

For several years she was confined after repeatedly attempting to escape from her “marriage”.

2009-07-22 06:40:10

Source: s-attract-thousands/
Her story is an entertainingly macabre tale typical of rural China at its most unsavoury, so it is provided below:

The lady in question was apparently orphaned at an early age and kept on sufferance as a child of ill omen.

Once her mother died, her step-father drove her out, and she then lived on the street at the age of 13.

After being mauled by a dog, a hotel manager took pity on her and forced her into prostitution.

After a nationwide crackdown on prostitution in 1991, she was sent to a labour camp.

2009-07-22 06:39:20

You suck.
So do your fakes.
These pictures are about 20 years of age and have totally nothing to do with whatever you are writing about.
Once again in case you are in doubt: you suck.
2009-07-22 02:29:27

No more lies!
2009-07-21 20:54:10

Regardless of her crime, the girl with a ponytail looks very cute, so it i s sad to watch such destruction of the beauty.
2009-07-21 12:25:48

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