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Belfast Executions By irish media
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Belfast Executions tells the story of the seventeen men who were executed at HMP Belfast from 1845 until Christmas week 1961. Their crimes are explored in fine detail. Read about the seventeen... More > year-old soldier executed by the hangman who was serving time at the prison for ABH or the story of the thirteenth person executed on Friday the thirteenth for the murder of a turkish giant. These and many others are presented by two of Belfast's best known local historians, Michael Liggett and Joe Baker.< Less
Tough Justice: Courtroom Roleplaying in the Time of the Bloody Code By Ian Warner
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The first of the History Farce Series sends you back to the time of the Bloody Code. With over 200 crimes carrying the death penalty the players take on the roles of the Defence and Prosecution... More > Barristers and their various allies as they fight for what they see as justice whether they’re getting a guilty crook off or hanging an innocent one.< Less
Race and the Death Penalty: A Study By Susan Mallaun Gilleland
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An in-depth study on the impact of race on capital sentencing. Implications for the constitutionality of this punishment are also explored.
Race and the Death Penalty: A Study By Susan Gilleland
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An in-depth study on the impact of race on capital sentencing. Implications for the constitutionality of this punishment are also explored.
Race and the Death Penalty: A Study By Susan Gilleland
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An in-depth study on the impact of race on capital sentencing. Implications for the constitutionality of this punishment are also explored.
Life or Death: An Analysis of Reinstatement By Samantha Enders
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This non-fiction novel discusses the need and possibility of the reinstatement of capital punishment to Canada. As evidence and supporting arguments this compilation includes charts, photographs,... More > quotations and many other supporting factors to encourage capital punishment reinstatement. Although this novel does include opinion, these opinions have been formed on facts and in no way is any one person intended to take these opinions as facts. Instead, take the evidence as it is. This novel seeks to prove that capital punishment is a necessary driving force in the protection and preservation of human rights. By doing this is encompasses arguments for and against the death penalty, the history of the death penalty, the death penalty in other countries, and many other issues related directly and indirectly to Canada.< Less
My Experiences as an Executioner By James Berry
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The legendary Memoir of Mr. James Berry (1852 - 1913), Her Majesty's appointed hangman. Renowned for his attention to detail, Mr. Berry was both regarded with awe and reviled in his lifetime, and... More > his Memoir, today perhaps conveying elements of unintended irony, is essential reading to those who would debate capital punishment.< Less
Iowa and the Death Penalty | A Troubled Relationship | 1834 - 1965 By Dick Haws
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Forty-six men (no women) were hanged on Iowa gallows between 1834 and 1965, the time span when capital punishment was the law of the land in Iowa. “Iowa and the Death Penalty” tells who... More > the men were, what they did, what issues they and their crimes raised. Forty-three were murderers, three were rapists. They committed some of the most heinous crimes in Iowa history, but their deaths have left behind lingering questions. Iowa’s experience with the death penalty was not a comfortable one.< Less
Iowa and the Death Penalty | A Troubled Relationship | 1834 - 1965 By Dick Haws
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Forty-six men (no women) were hanged on Iowa gallows between 1834 and 1965, the time span when capital punishment was the law of the land in Iowa. “Iowa and the Death Penalty” tells who... More > the men were, what they did, what issues they and their crimes raised. Forty-three were murderers, three were rapists. They committed some of the most heinous crimes in Iowa history, but their deaths have left behind lingering questions. Iowa’s experience with the death penalty was not a comfortable one.< Less
Iowa and the Death Penalty | A Troubled Relationship | 1834 - 1965 By Dick Haws
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Forty-six men (no women) were hanged on Iowa gallows between 1834 and 1965, the time span when capital punishment was the law of the land in Iowa. “Iowa and the Death Penalty” tells who... More > the men were, what they did, what issues they and their crimes raised. Forty-three were murderers, three were rapists. They committed some of the most heinous crimes in Iowa history, but their deaths have left behind lingering questions. Iowa’s experience with the death penalty was not a comfortable one.< Less

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