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Tuesday, March 01, 2005

The Company We Keep

The United States Supreme Court has finally abolished the death penalty for juveniles. Until recently, only the United States, Iran, Somalia, the Republic of the Congo, Pakistan, Yemen and Nigeria. Most countries have abolished the death penalty leaving only the self-professed Christian country, the United States and Somalia executing juveniles. That disparity was finally eliminated.
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