Speech by R. Badinter on the abolition of the death penalty:"The deterrent value"

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Speech by R. Badinter on the abolition of the death penalty:"The deterrent value"

Speech by R. Badinter on the abolition of the death penalty:"The deterrent value"

Robert BADINTER, Minister of Justice, opposes the argument that the death penalty would have a deterrent value for blood criminals. He cites the example of the criminal Patrick Henry who was in the crowd demanding the head of Claude Buffet and Roger Bontemps during their trial in Troyes in 1972.

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Publication date : 17 September 1981

Reference:
I00004588
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Producteur: France Régions 3   -   Journalist : Deniau, Jean Charles  -  Participant : Badinter, Robert
Origin:
Live From The National Assembly   -   Producteur: France Régions 3
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Turnkey

Reference:I00004588

Credits:Journalist : Deniau, Jean Charles-Participant : Badinter, Robert

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