Friday, 18 July 2014

Baby executed at 39 weeks in the UK for being disabled

Is being disabled a crime? Apparently so.

The UK abolished the death penalty for all offences during the last
Labour government - all except one, that is. You can still be put to
death for the offence of being an unborn child whose parents wish that
you did not exist.

If you happen to be physically disabled, then your crime is aggravated:
the rules provide additional circumstances for you to be executed which
do not apply to the able-bodied.

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