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Japan: Secret execution a stain on justice system - 26 junio 2014

Headline Title:  Japan: Secret execution a stain on justice system The Japanese authorities’ determination to continue with secret executions despite growing concern on the use of the death penalty in the country is a scar on the justice system, said Amnesty Inter The Japanese authorities’ determination to continue with secret executions despite growing concern on the use of the death penalty in the country is a scar on the justice system Media Node:  DP noose Twitter Tag:  deathpenalty Story Location:  Japan 36° 46' 42.5712" N, 139° 18' 23.9076" E “Instead of sending more people to the gallows there needs to be urgent reform of a justice system that at present is not worthy of the name.” Fuente:  Roseann Rife, East Asia Research Director at Amnesty International Fecha:  Jue, 26/06/2014 URL:  Seizing the momentum Descripción:  Livewire, 16 June 2014 URL:  Japan: Appeal adds to 'psychological torture' of freed death row inmate Hakamada Descripción:  News, 31 March 2014 URL:  Death penalty 2013: Small number of countries trigger global spike in executions Descripción:  News, 27 March 2014

Japan: Secret execution a stain on justice system

The Japanese authorities’ determination to continue with secret executions despite growing concern on the use of the death penalty in the country is a scar on the justice system, said Amnesty International.  The Japanese authorities’ determination to continue with secret executions despite growing concern on the use of the death penalty in the country is a scar on the justice system, said Amnesty Inter

Japon. L'appel contre la libération d’Iwao Hakamada ajoute à la torture psychologique dont il a été victime

L'appel interjeté par le ministère public contre la décision de rejuger le condamné à mort Iwao Hakamada ne fera qu’ajouter aux décennies de torture psychologique auxquelles cet homme a déjà été soumis, a déclaré Amnesty International. L'appel interjeté par le ministère public contre la décision de rejuger le condamné à mort Iwao Hakamada ne fera qu’ajouter aux décennies de torture psychologique auxquelles cet homme a d

Japan: Appeal adds to 'psychological torture' of freed death row inmate Hakamada

A decision by Japanese prosecutors to appeal against a court ruling to grant Hakamada Iwao a retrial will only add to the decades of psychological torture he has already endured, said Amnesty International.  A decision by Japanese prosecutors to appeal against a court ruling to grant Hakamada Iwao a retrial will only add to the decades of psychological torture he has already endured, said Amnesty Inter

Japón: La apelación contra la liberación de Hakamada se añade a la tortura psicológica a la que ha sido sometido

La decisión de la fiscalía de Japón de recurrir la sentencia que ordena que se juzgue de nuevo a Hakamada Iwao no hará más que añadirse a las décadas de tortura psicológica que Hakamada ya ha sufrido, ha dicho Amnistía Internacional.  La decisión de la fiscalía de Japón de recurrir la sentencia que ordena que se juzgue de nuevo a Hakamada Iwao no hará más que añadirse a las décadas de tortura psicológica que Hakam

Japan: Appeal adds to 'psychological torture' of freed death row inmate Hakamada - 31 marzo 2014

Headline Title:  Japan: Appeal adds to 'psychological torture' of freed death row inmate A decision by Japanese prosecutors to appeal against a court ruling to grant Hakamada Iwao a retrial will only add to the decades of psychological torture he has already endured, said Amnesty Inter A decision by Japanese prosecutors to appeal against a court ruling to grant a retrial to Hakamada Iwao - who has spent over 45 years on death row - will only add to the decades of psychological torture he has already endured.   Media Node:  Hakamada Iwao Leaving Detention 2 Twitter Tag:  deathpenalty Story Location:  Japan 36° 14' 47.3568" N, 139° 42' 7.7328" E “For 46 years Hakamada has lived under constant fear of execution, never knowing from one day to the next if he is going to be put to death. This appeal will only add to his suffering. ” Fuente:  Roseann Rife, East Asia Research Director at Amnesty International. Fecha:  Lun, 31/03/2014 URL:  Japan: Retrial of longest-serving death row inmate must not be blocked Descripción:  News Story, 27 March 2014 URL:  Death penalty 2013: Small number of countries trigger global spike in executions Descripción:  News story/report, 27 March 2014

Japon. La décision de rejuger le plus ancien condamné à mort ne doit pas faire l’objet d’un recours - 27 marzo 2014

Headline Title:  Japon. Il faut rejuger le plus ancien condamné à mort Les tribunaux japonais ont enfin entendu raison et ordonné la tenue d’un nouveau procès pour un prisonnier qui a passé plus de 40 ans dans le couloir de la mort, a déclaré Amnesty Internationa Les tribunaux japonais ont enfin entendu raison et ordonné la tenue d’un nouveau procès pour un prisonnier qui a passé plus de 40 ans dans le couloir de la mort.  Iwao Hakamada, âgé de 78 ans, a été condamné à mort en 1968. Il est sans doute le condamné qui a passé le plus de temps dans le couloir de la mort au monde. Media Node:  Iwao Hakamada_fr Twitter Tag:  deathpenalty Story Location:  Japon 34° 53' 25.5732" N, 136° 50' 44.5308" E “Si une affaire mérite d’être rejugée, c’est bien celle-ci. Iwao Hakamada a été déclaré coupable sur la base d’aveux obtenus sous la contrainte et des questions restent sans réponse, notamment quant à de récents éléments de preuve ADN.” Fuente:  Roseann Rife, responsable des recherches sur l’Asie de l’Est à Amnesty International Fecha:  Jue, 27/03/2014

Japan: Retrial of longest-serving death row inmate must not be blocked - 27 marzo 2014

The Japanese courts have at last seen sense and granted a retrial to a prisoner who has spent more than four decades on death row, said Amnesty International. The Japanese courts have at last seen sense and granted a retrial to a prisoner who has spent over four decades on death row. Hakamada Iwao, 78, was sentenced to death in 1968 and is believed to be the longest-serving death row inmate in the world. Media Node:  Hakamada Iwao Twitter Tag:  deathpenalty Story Location:  Japan 34° 53' 25.5732" N, 136° 50' 44.5308" E “If ever there was a case that merits a retrial, this is it. Hakamada was convicted on the basis of a forced confession and there remain unanswered questions over recent DNA evidence.” Fuente:  Roseann Rife, East Asia Research Director at Amnesty International Fecha:  Jue, 27/03/2014

Japon. Les propos du directeur de NHK sur l’esclavage sexuel sont «insultants»

Les propos tenus par le nouveau directeur de l’organisme national de diffusion, NHK, sur l’esclavage sexuel militaire pratiqué en temps de guerre au Japon sont tout à fait regrettables. Les propos tenus par le nouveau directeur de l’organisme national de diffusion, NHK, sur l’esclavage sexuel militaire pratiqué en temps de guerre au Japon sont tout à fait regrettables, a déclaré A

Japan: NHK chief’s sexual slavery comments an “insult”

The new head of Japan’s national broadcaster NHK defence of the country’s wartime military sexual slavery is deplorable, said Amnesty International. 

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