Dead To Rights 2 [VERIFIED]
She tells one man that his cousin who wore the cross appreciates his remembrances. The guy nearly dies himself and then picks up his shirt to reveal a T-shirt underneath, printed with a picture of his dead cousin. He then shows her, around his own neck, the twin to the cross his cousin wore.
Dead To Rights 2
Not to worry for the Falcons. Catalano led things off in the bottom half of the frame with a bunt single and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Cameron Saso. On the play, Catalano was caught off of second base and appeared dead to rights, but some elusive footwork enabled Catalano to avoid the tag and return to second base.
A proposed amnesty law before Thailand's parliament should exclude people who ordered or carried out human rights abuses, Human Rights Watch said today. The Thai government should affirm that prosecuting those responsible for rights abuses, regardless of rank or affiliation, is critical to promoting human rights, the rule of law, and lasting reconciliation in Thailand.
The high number of casualties - including unarmed demonstrators, volunteer medics and first responders, reporters, photographers, and bystanders - resulted in part from the enforcement of "live fire zones" around the UDD protest sites in Bangkok, where the army deployed sharpshooters and snipers. The Department of Special Investigation announced in September 2012 that the military was responsible for 36 deaths. So far, only nine cases have been submitted to the court for postmortem inquests. Five victims have been found to have been shot dead by soldiers acting under orders from the Center for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation (CRES).
Worachai's amnesty bill would provide immunity from prosecution to elements of the UDD, including "Black Shirt" militants who were responsible for deadly armed attacks on soldiers, police, and civilians. These militants should be investigated, identified, and appropriately prosecuted. UDD leaders who incited violence with inflammatory speeches to demonstrators, urging them to carry out arson attacks and looting, should also be held accountable.
Against this backdrop, some of the victims' families proposed another bill that specifies which actions will be granted an amnesty. Those who used violence or committed rights abuses would not be covered in the families' proposed law. The draft legislation would also allow lawsuits against people or groups who killed people or damaged private property. 041b061a72