SMARTEN UP MORON !!!
Hey NFL Twit, you won't impress us with your hypocritical rantings. Before you judge the governments of other nations, you need to look into your own backyard and start getting your priorities straight:
"Amnesty International has long called for the USA to have a greater respect for human rights.
One of the things that they campaign on constantly is the death penalty and the innocent who are sometimes killed as a result. In fact, Amnesty International has been quite vocal about the death penalty frequently:
The USA is engaged in a cruel, brutalizing, unreliable, unnecessary and hugely expensive activity for no measurable gain.
... There is no evidence that the US authorities have prevented a single crime with this policy ... They have diverted countless millions of dollars away from more constructive efforts to fight crime. And the macabre absurdity is that it creates more victims - the family members of the condemned - often in the name of victims' rights.
The death penalty is a symptom of a culture of violence, not a solution to it. The sooner US politicians begin to find the political courage to educate public opinion rather than hide behind it, the better."
— USA: Flouting world trends, violating international standards, Amnesty International, March 1, 2001
"In Amnesty International's 2001 report, they pointed out that there were many cases of torture and ill-treatment in prisons and jails,
where “[a]buses included beatings and excessive force;
the misuse of electro-shock weapons and chemical sprays;
and the cruel use of mechanical restraints, including holding prisoners for prolonged periods in four-point restraint as punishment.
Many reported abuses took place in isolation units or during forced removal of prisoners from cells (‘cell extractions’).”
The USA incidentally also has the world's largest prison population of roughly 2 million people, which accounts for approximately a quarter of the world's prison population."