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Vieux 03/08/2005, 15h25
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Nathalia mo trois X X X la c'est pou laisse ban nouvo figir capOw cokin inpé - laisse zot oussi goute BMW - gagne commission - cokin molton etc parce ki ton polo pas ti mieux qui bye Ramgoolam de MO POINT DE VUE.
Finalement, mo pas trouver qui to pour la peine de mort envers les politiciens! Mo trouver to bien content zot! Tone alle donne zot X X X pou qui zot capave profite de la belle vie
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Vieux 03/08/2005, 15h50
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Finalement, mo pas trouver qui to pour la peine de mort envers les politiciens! Mo trouver to bien content zot! Tone alle donne zot X X X pou qui zot capave profite de la belle vie
Nathalia quand to ti tipti ler to ti reste moris quand to grand papa ou grand mama ti ena pou cuit cari poule - pas ti ena pou alle aster dans super marché - Ti soigne li depi tipti et bien engraisser li dans cazot non....... apres coupe so licou.

ABE ban politi-Chien oussi pareil mo pe aide pou engraisse zot mais malhereusement pas pe coup licou pou le moment alors pou zot mo attan "La peine de mort"
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Vieux 03/08/2005, 16h05
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Nathalia quand to ti tipti ler to ti reste moris quand to grand papa ou grand mama ti ena pou cuit cari poule - pas ti ena pou alle aster dans super marché - Ti soigne li depi tipti et bien engraisser li dans cazot non....... apres coupe so licou.

ABE ban politi-Chien oussi pareil mo pe aide pou engraisse zot mais malhereusement pas pe coup licou pou le moment alors pou zot mo attan "La peine de mort"
Coser Gatososo, to éna imaginations

Mais pas laisse Navinchandra conner qui to pé compare li ar poule Mo croire to fer li vraimeme réintroduire la peine de mort a maurice...
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Vieux 03/08/2005, 16h07
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GUETTE LEVOLUTION EK LA TV KI ZOTTE GG PAR CABLE.COTTE P AMENE ZOT.
Ki television ena a faire ar ca? Mo pas trouve aucaine relation moi. Avant ti ena television, pas ti ena crimes degoutants?
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Vieux 03/08/2005, 16h12
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Li pe rode dire TV act cuma ene catalyst , dimoune guetter apprane. Dans place ena 1 cas to pe gagne 5 cas.
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Vieux 03/08/2005, 16h18
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Li pe rode dire TV act cuma ene catalyst , dimoune guetter apprane. Dans place ena 1 cas to pe gagne 5 cas.
Oui mone comprend mais kot preuve ki ca arriver? Mo pas croire ena evidence ki, en general, television incite ou contribuer a augmentation dans nombre crimes. Dimoune ena l'esprit pou penser et pas a cause zot guette ene zafer lor tv ki le lendemain zot pe sorti pu alle faire pareil.
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Vieux 03/08/2005, 16h56
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Pas fer pareil mais li incite toi. Li montrer toi cuma fer travail la ou cuma capow fer travail la.

Kan to getter to influencer , kan to pas getter to pas conner.
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Vieux 03/08/2005, 18h27
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[quote=SegaMan]Oui mone comprend mais kot preuve ki ca arriver? Mo pas croire ena evidence ki, en general, television incite ou contribuer a augmentation dans nombre crimes. Dimoune ena l'esprit pou penser et pas a cause zot guette ene zafer lor tv ki le lendemain zot pe sorti pu alle faire pareill.
Malérézeman la télé incite bokou dimoune pou passe à l'acte.Couma tone dire zotte éna l'esprit pou penser à force tandé dan info ,zotte rode fére pareil pou conné ,mo éna l'impression ki zotte p fére ca kom n phénoméne de mode.Si ti éna peine de mort pa ti pou éna otan cas tordu kom ca.Ca ti touzours existé malhérézeman depuis ki la télé diffuse ca matin et soir,éna bokou l'esprit tordu ine passe à l'action.
VOILA KI FERE MO DIRE KE LES INFOS ENA SO PART DE RESPONSABILITE ZOTTE TRO MEDIATISE BANNE FAITS DIVERS DE CE GENRE.
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Vieux 05/08/2005, 15h25
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Meurtre de Michaël Mamarot

Charge provisoire d'assassinat rayée contre Christopher Perrine

http://lemauricien.com/mauricien/index.html

Ala couma garde moris travail - Avoy toi lacour pou perdi to letemps, magistra so letemps et faire lagazet marser et normal Forum oussi
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Vieux 05/08/2005, 18h31
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Yahoo today Friday August 05 August 05 22:30 Mauritian time.

Yahoo today Friday August 05 August 05 22:30 Mauritian time.



ST. LOUIS - Many death row inmates proclaim their innocence, but Roy "Hog" Roberts, a big man, loud and profane, was adamant. He was so convinced of his innocence that in the waning days before his 1999 execution for the murder of a prison guard, he demanded a polygraph test.



Attorney Bruce Livingston looked at the results and walked into Roberts' small gray cell at Missouri's Potosi Correctional Center and told him the news: He passed. The test indicated Roberts was telling the truth when he said he did not hold down guard Tom Jackson while other inmates stabbed him.

Tears rolled down the big man's cheeks. His voice grew unusually quiet. "When do I get out of here?" he asked.

Livingston remembers the heartbreak of explaining the polygraph was of no real value unless it swayed the governor. It didn't. A few days later, Roberts was put to death.

Roberts' case is back in the spotlight amid heightened scrutiny of the death penalty in Missouri — and a new investigation in a separate case into whether the state executed an innocent man.

In 2000, the anti-death penalty group Equal Justice USA released a national report citing 16 potential cases of wrongful executions. Both Missouri cases are among them.

"I think if I had to list all 16 I would put him (Roberts) first," said Claudia Whitman, who wrote the report. "There was really nothing there to convict him."

There has never been a known case of an innocent person being executed in the U.S., and those on both sides agree such a determination would create unprecedented concerns about the death penalty.

Death penalty opponents are discussing the Roberts case now that St. Louis prosecutors are trying to determine if Larry Griffin, executed in 1995 for a drive-by killing in another case, was innocent.

So far, no one has asked the state to re-open the Roberts case. Whitman said while her study raised doubts, it simply was not exhaustive enough to merit asking for a re-examination.

Griffin was the immediate suspect in the drive-by killing of 19-year-old drug dealer Quintin Moss, who was shot 13 times. Revenge was the suspected motive in the 1980 slaying: Weeks earlier, Moss was believed to have killed Griffin's older brother.

The only eyewitness testimony at Griffin's trial came from Robert Fitzgerald, a career criminal from Boston who was in St. Louis under the Federal Witness Protection Program.

Michigan Law School professor Sam Gross, who spent a year investigating the case, said in his report that Fitzgerald "developed a reputation as a snitch who couldn't produce convictions because Boston juries wouldn't believe him." Fitzgerald died last year.

Gross cited two other factors that shed doubt on Griffin's guilt: The first police officer at the scene now says the story told by Fitzgerald was false. And a second shooting victim, who did not testify at trial, now says Fitzgerald was not present at the shooting.

Gordon Ankney, who prosecuted the case, believed Fitzgerald's testimony. He also noted that an off-duty officer saw Griffin get in the 1968 Chevy Impala used in the shooting the day of the murder.

Still, Gross' report offered enough new information that even members of the Moss family asked prosecutor Jennifer Joyce to reopen the case.

"I don't think there is a single prosecutor who wouldn't take a second look at it," said Joyce. "Hopefully (the investigation) will help protect the integrity of the system."

Missouri has executed 64 men since the death penalty was reinstated in 1989. By the mid-1990s, executions had become so common they drew few protesters.

But the Roberts case came at a time of renewed interest.

During a 1999 visit to St. Louis,
Pope John Paul II asked Gov. Mel Carnahan to spare the life of convicted killer Darrell Mease, who was days away from execution.

Carnahan, a Baptist Democrat, commuted the sentence to life in prison, citing "the extraordinary circumstances of the pope's request."

Roberts' execution was set a few weeks later. Livingston suggested the decision to execute him was partly political, noting the governor was preparing to run for the Senate in 2000.

"Carnahan was still taking serious flack for the Mease case," Livingston said. "It was Roy's bad luck to be next up."

Jessica Coakley, was 19 when she watched Roberts die. Coakley's mother was a lifelong friend of Roberts. Coakley recalled a gregarious man who sent her homemade birthday cards and even crafted a high school graduation gift from his prison cell.

Friends of Roberts say bad timing was part of his life. He was convicted of a restaurant robbery to which another man later confessed.

While Roberts was jailed in 1983, a riot broke out and Jackson, a veteran guard six months from retirement, was stabbed repeatedly in the heart, eyes and stomach by two inmates.

Ray Newberry, who was chief investigator of the riot for the state, remains certain that Roberts was guilty.

"He was the one that held Mr. Jackson," Newberry said. "Hog Roberts was a troublemaker. He was obese and he had a loud mouth, and he just caused problems."

Roberts' supporters doubt he had any role. They point out:

_Initial reports made no mention of anyone holding the guard while he was stabbed. Roberts supporters wonder how the 300-pound man could have been missed. Three guards and an inmate testified against Roberts, though the inmate later recanted.

_Another guard told investigators he was struggling with Roberts at the time of the killing, far from the site where Jackson was stabbed.

_Roberts' clothing was blood-free. The attack "was bloody, just awful, and Roy Roberts' shirt did not have a drop of blood on it," said Margaret Phillips of Missourians to Abolish the Death Penalty.

Roberts, true to his nature, remained adamant to the end. His last words: "You're killing an innocent man and you can all kiss my ass."
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