When we think of punishment, spanking, grounding and taking away privileges come to mind. There are other methods parents use. This article sets out to examine some of the more unconventional forms of punishment.
Canada has abolished the death penalty. The history of capital punishment dated back to 1749. In the next 227 years, 1481 people were sentenced to death and 710 were executed. The only method was through hanging.
When Obama was elected as President, he reduced the possibility of torture as a form of punishment and interrogation. In 2010, he even justified his interrogation methods as being fare, which this article will highlight.
Execution day in many countries are extravagant and public affair. Handcuffed and shackled, the convicted men and women are paraded (sometimes in public) to the execution grounds. There-they are either hung, electrocuted, given a legal injection, shot or beheaded.
According to Amnesty International, at least 5,837 executions were carried out in 22 countries and territories in 2010. This article looks at the top 10 countries with death penalties and capital punishment. It also examines those who use it and are out of control.