3483Govft urged to pay Echegarayfs kin (was Re: Abolishing the death penalty)
- Jun 11 12:14 AMHe was convicted. But it seems that capital punishment was not
supposed to be meted to him because of the "fact" that the girl that
he raped was not his daughter or something like that. A crucial fact
that the court failed to established. Silly enough, if the girl is not
his own, then the crime is not considered "heinous". I forgot to
inlcude the link to the story but I found this one instead:
--- In email@example.com, "Romeo Macapobre"
> i didnt know echegaray was eventually found innocent.
> what overturned the case. i have not been following the news ..
> why are we (the public) paying for their mistakes.
> 2006/6/11, pinoy_infidel <paetenian@...>:
> > Govft urged to pay Echegarayfs kin
> > SC eerrorf sparks call for compensation
> > FOR playing God, the government must pay.
> > In what could be the most expensive gI am sorryh gesture the
> > government could make, Senate Minority Leader and anti-death penalty
> > advocate Aquilino Pimentel Jr. yesterday suggested an amount of
> > between P5 million and P10 million as compensation to the family of
> > Leo Echegaray for his gwrongful death.h
> apprenons francais [rmacapobre-french.blogspot.com].
> apprenons max [rmacapobre.blogspot.com].
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