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08 February 2015


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I guess death penalty is practically irrelevant when it comes to crime rates.

“Incidents of serious crime have not decreased in countries that have adopted the death penalty."

On the other hand, I can't really define any significant decrease in countries that have abolished the Death Penalty. Aus' for instance: just watch the TV news.

So, PNG about to join the list of most backward countries in the realm of penal justice?

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