Posted on May 16, 2008
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Economy & Development, Law & Justice, Politics, Society
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144 responses to “Vigilante Justice: Horrible, Horrifying, Horrendous (Reader discretion advised)

  1. A, Khan says:

    If the given version of events is true, then I have no sympathy for deceased culprits. In a country, where the legal system provides no recourse to justice, then I am afraid this is the only deterrent for similar events.

    So I wonder if Mr. Adil Najam would saying the same had he been in the place of Mr. Akbar and had his family threatened at gunpoint and been shot as well. Its one thing to write about it but quite another to experience it.

  2. Ana says:

    In same states of US they do it by injection.

  3. Sarah Farrukh says:

    God bless Pakistan :(

  4. Khyrid says:

    Max is not an idiot, you are said. I doubt they tried to rape anybody. It’s far more likely that was made up to justify this execution to the world that is now looking at it. Even still a person doesn’t deserve to be burned alive for committing rape. Not to say rape isn’t a serious crime that deserves serious punishment, but the punishment should match the crime. As severe as the damage to a girls life may be from being raped it’s nothing compared to being burned alive.