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Ledell Lee was executed by lethal injection in Arkansas in 2017. Four years later, new DNA testing revealed that genetic material on the murder weapon โ€” which was never previously tested โ€” in fact belongs to another man, lawyers said.
https://nyti.ms/2SxLc0C

Approximately 2,500 #Pakistan citizens remain imprisoned in #SaudiArabia jails. We join @JusticeProject and others in calling upon Saudi authorities to repatriate them: https://bit.ly/3nW8vws
@EleosJustice @ADPANetwork

Yesterday, Malawi's Supreme Court ruled that the "death penalty is unconstitutional."

Social justice activist Alexious Kamangila was on the @BBCWorld's Focus on Africa show to speak about the game-changing ruling. Tune in here. ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿฟ
https://buff.ly/2ScKiXb

Malawi abolished the death penalty, affirming the unyielding right to life and setting a standard for neighboring countries. These front page headlines from Malawi news outlets show just how monumental this ruling is. Read the full decision here: https://tinyurl.com/a5tmecrt

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Violence and prejudice against the LGBT community is permissible and practiced in the legal systems of many countries. 11 countries constitute the death penalty as a sentence for same sex sexual acts. Even in countries without the death penalty for such acts, discrimination (1/2)

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