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They gagged him with a cloth and covered his mouth with tape, which impeded his respiratory system and caused him to suffocate to death, according to records.
Rocket said: "I got fined for Twitter in the end and I feel gagged and strangled.
Cllr Kay said: "I feel my freedom of speech has been taken away from me and therefore I have gagged myself in protest.
The late Foreign Secretary's wife Margaret refused to be gagged after he dumped her.
Retaking the impression is going to put you even further behind, not to mention that the patient, who may have gagged through the procedure, won't be too pleased.
But to overturn the abortion ban, Nepal's officials will need the backing of nongovernmental groups, many of which have been gagged.