Should SA execute its most violent criminals? New IRR report provides some answers

22 November 2016 - The IRR has released a report on whether South Africa should reintroduce the death penalty. The report comes against a context of rising levels of serious and violent crime, often characterised by extraordinary cruelty and violence on the part of perpetrators. The current Rhodes Park murder and rape case would be an example.
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Should SA execute its most violent criminals? New IRR report provides some answers

22 November 2016 - The IRR has released a report on whether South Africa should reintroduce the death penalty. The report comes against a context of rising levels of serious and violent crime, often characterised by extraordinary cruelty and violence on the part of perpetrators. The current Rhodes Park murder and rape case would be an example.

Capital Punishment in South Africa.pdf — PDF document, 178 kB (182,818 bytes)

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Capital Punishment in South Africa.pdf — PDF document, 178 kB (182,818 bytes)

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