Monday, October 26, 2009

Gambar Bagaimana peliwat dihukum mati di Yaman.

Ini adalah gambar-gambar yang menunjukkan bagaimana hukuman mati dijalankan di Yaman. Hukuman telah dijalankan di Pasar Awam dengan disaksikan oleh orang ramai.




Yaman, lelaki ini telah didapati bersalah kerana meliwat dan membunuh seorang budak lelaki berumur 11 tahun yang datang untuk menggunting rambut di kedainya December tahun lepas. Mayat budak tersebut kemudiannya telah dipotong dan dibuang diluar bandar Sana'a.

Here are the news..
This is criminal justice, Yemen style. A man accused of raping and murdering an 11-year-old boy is paraded through his home town before being shot dead by an executioner.

Hundreds of onlookers lined the streets to watch the gruesome scene, cheering and shouting abuse at Yehya Hussein al-Raghwah.

The boy, Hamdi al-Kabas, had reportedly come into his shop for a haircut last December during the Muslim festival of Eid. After brutally attacking him, the barber cut his body into pieces and dumped them outside the capital Sana'a.




He was given the death penalty by a Yemeni court a month later after apparently admitting his crime.

Shocking images of his final moments were released following the execution yesterday.

First he leaves the city's central prison, handcuffed and dressed in white robes. Fear etched on his face, he is surrounded by soldiers as he is led towards a ceremonial red carpet.

He is allowed to say a final prayer, his shirt is then ripped open before he is laid face down.

As a police official reads out his sentence for the last time, a doctor oversees his treatment and crowds - which appear to include children - jeer and punch the air, some filming his final moment on their mobile phones.













A soldier brandishes his machine gun at the nape of the barber's neck, and within a split second it is all over. His death brings the number of executions in the country this year to nine.

Yemen is one of 59 countries which retains the death penalty, and one of its most prolific users, according to Amnesty International.




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