Unit 1012 Cover Photo

Unit 1012 Cover Photo

Saturday, July 2, 2016


40 years ago on this date, July 2, 1976, Gregg v. Georgia reaffirmed the United States Supreme Court's acceptance of the use of the death penalty in the United States, upholding, in particular, the death sentence imposed on Troy Leon Gregg.

We will post 20 photos of Death Penalty Supporters with their sign boards either in favor of the death penalty or speaking out against a bad person.

Pro-death penalty campaigners argued Williams, convicted of four murders 24 years ago, should die by lethal injection because of his lack of remorse.

Death penalty supporters outside the prison in Starke, Fla., where Danny Rolling was executed Wednesday.

Americans celebrating after the death of Osama bin Laden in front of The White House.

Relatives of victims of the July 26, 2008 bomb blasts in Ahmedabad burn a picture of Ajmal Amir Kasab during a demonstration welcoming his death sentence.

People hold a placard and pictures of Mohammad Ajmal Kasab, as they celebrate in Ahmedabad November 21, 2012.

Members of the Bajrang Dal holding posters of Mohammed Kasab, lone surviving gunman of the 2008 Mumbai attacks and Mohammad Afzal Guru, a Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist convicted of conspiracy in the December 2001 attack on the Indian Parliament, as they shout slogans and celebrate the execution of Pakistan-born Mohammed Kasab in New Delhi on Wednesday. AFP

Protest against rape.

Bangladeshi students demanding execution of 1971 Bangladesh Independence War criminals| Nagesh Polali / Express

Uprising of people at Shahbag, Dhaka, Bangladesh demanding death penalty of Kader Molla and all other war criminals who are now being tried before the International Crimes Tribunal Bangladesh for the serious crimes they have committed during the Liberation War of Bangladesh in 1971. Perpetrators of war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity have NO place in Bangladesh. This is public opinion. BACKGROUND: On 5 February 2013, International Crimes Tribunal-2 delivered judgment against Kader Molla, who was accused of rape of minor and at least 350 murders. Tried for his crimes against humanity, his crimes were proven beyond reasonable doubt, according to the judgment. However, the Tribunal comprising of Mr Shahinur Islam, Obaidul Hasan Shahin and Mojibur Rahman awarded Kader Molla life sentence, instead of death penalty which the accused deserved. People, rejecting this lenient sentence, has risen, in Dhaka and other cities in Bangladesh.

All India Anti Terrorist Front activists shout slogans as they celebrate the execution of Mohammed Afzal Guru. Fire works were also set off in the busiest intersection. (PHOTO SOURCE: http://www.demotix.com/news/1782361/anti-terrorist-front-celebrates-afzal-gurus-execution-amritsar/all-media)

Bajrang Dal activists celebrate hanging of Afzal Guru at Jantar Manter in New Delhi 09 Feb 2013. (Photo: Amlan Paliwal/IANS)

A member of the security wing of Nahdlatul Ulama, an Islamic organisation, carries a placard that says “drug offenders = death,” during a small rally outside the ferry port to the prison island of Nusakambangan, where a group of drug offenders are due to be executed, in Cilacap, Central Java, on March 12.
Darren Whiteside/Reuters

Hundreds of students and other protesters carried signs that read slogans including 'Go to hell Abbott with your druggies' and 'Abbott love druggies, we hate druggies!' during the demonstration in Indonesia's capital

One campaigner held up a sign which read: 'We Love Indonesia. Save Indonesia Generation. Go to Hell Criminal Drugs!'

Vladan Glisic, a leader of the Dveri party (Serbian): "He will never be my friend [Tony Blair] and whoever's his friend is my enemy."

Around 2,000 people gathered in front of the Serbian government in Belgrade, Saturday March 21, 2015 to protest against the 'pro-EU' government hiring Tony Blair as a political adviser while signing deals with the International Monetary Fund (IMF)/

The protesters, led by the party of Dveri (Door Party), demand closer economic ties with Russia instead of the EU. Protesters held pictures of Vladimir Putin and chanted "Serbia, Russia, we don't need EU," and trampled on a cardboard effigy Tony Blair.

After the gathering in front of the government building, the protesters marched to the Serbian Broadcasting Company demanding an end to 'censorship' of opposition parties.

Serb ultranationalist leader Vojislav Seselj holds a burning European Union flag in front of the High Court building in Belgrade, March 10, 2016.

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