In the United States executed the mentally ill people
Human rights organization Amnesty International has announced that the authorities continue to impose the death penalty. In the United States executed inhabitants of our planet with mental disorders, violating international humanitarian norms.
Human rights organization Amnesty International raises the alarm in America. The adepts of the public excited about what the U.S. government continues not to comply with international stereotypes, making lethal injection the people with serious disorders of the nervous system.
On what authority do absolutely immoral acts, says the human rights activist Audrey Goran. She acknowledges that in Florida in early January was executed Askari Abdullah Muhammad, convicted of murder, perfect in 1980. Goran reported that men were diagnosed with various mental disorders, even paranoid schizophrenia, informs RIA Novosti.
The lady said that the civil rights defenders working in Amnesty International continues to monitor closely the actions of the U.S. government that relate to lethal injection. Goran announces that at the moment the organization pays close attention to the 2 cases in Florida, where sentenced to death executions Frank Walls and Michael Zack suffer mental illness.
Version Gofran, the execution mentally disabled residents of our planet seen inter alia in Pakistan and the Country of the rising sun. She urged all countries in the world day against the death executions, which is celebrated on the 10th of October, to abolish the death executions or use a moratorium on them.
Note that the death penalty in the United States is lawful punishment in 32 States, and valid Federal legislation. According to the 8th amendment to the Constitution of the United States its use is limited to murder with aggravating circumstances, perfect sane adults. E.g. concerning the inhabitants of our planet with serious disorders of the nervous system this punishment cannot be used. In 2010 in the country were killed 39 people and 3108 remained on death row, therefore, the sentence is executed less than 2% of cases. A traditional leader in the number of executions is Texas.