wrongful execution

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wrongful execution

an execution is wrongful where it is neither authorized nor justified by the WRIT OF EXECUTION or by the judgment under which it is issued.
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The draft charter strongly denounces and rejects all entities, groups, organisations, parties and individuals that use force, threats, violence and wrongful killing and intimidation to damage public order, jeopardise basic freedoms, abuse human dignity, or to endanger the security of societies, forcibly displace populations, injure and terrorise individuals or damage the public and private property and resources of states, or to perpetrate genocide, ethnic cleansing or any terrorist acts that are rejected by the OIC and codes of conduct for fighting terrorism and the relevant international conventions.
This year the wrongful killing of three Jewish boys lead to the reprisal killing of thousands of innocent Palestinian civilians including UN workers by Israel while the world looked on and did nothing.
Ya'akov Gigi, who was imprisoned and demoted in 2008 after being convicted in the wrongful killing of a Palestinian civilian).
Rights groups also say as many as 8,000 people have been "disappeared" by the security forces, while there have been cases of the army covering up the wrongful killing of Kashmiris by accusing the deceased of being militants.
TMC activists alleged the wrongful killing of its party workers by police personnel on December 1 in Burdwan district.
Manuela Riedo Foundation's Brendan McGuinness said he "strongly believes" the family has a case for wrongful killing because the justice system had "failed miserably".
The sequence of events which led to the wrongful killing of De Menezes included an assumption he fitted a similar racial profile to that of a suspected terrorist.
Among his specifics are cases alleging the failure of schools to protect children from abuse by special-ed teachers, death from exposure to dangerous materials at a chemical company and wrongful killing by police.
courts to pursue grievances for wrongful killing under the Alien Tort Claims Act, an obscure 1789 law originally meant to combat piracy and protect U.
The award, thought to be the largest ever in the US over the wrongful killing of a cat, depended on her proving she was emotionally damaged by the loss, her lawyer Adam Karp said.
The severity of the sentence--which does not take into account the period the COs have already served--exposed yet again the moral bankruptcy of the Israeli military: COs are imprisoned for more than two years, while not a single soldier has been convicted of wrongful killing since the intifada's outbreak, a period during which 113 Palestinian children under the age of 12 have been killed.
The department that presided over the wrongful killing of a mother holding her baby in her arms at Ruby Ridge.