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Presented to the War Crimes Committee in Washington D.C. in 2016, the defectors’ testimonies included accounts of prisoners being tortured or killed because of their religious affiliation, forced abortions, and infanticide.
Scientists know of only two other Steller bulls that committed infanticide, and neither involved cannibalism.
For decades Cheney has documented infanticide in baboons in Botswana, where the behavior accounts for at least 50 percent of all infant deaths.
Garner’s mother-in-law did not condemn the infanticide.
Jatory Evans hanged himself inside his jail cell Wednesday while awaiting trial of three counts of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree infanticide.
A landmark report by a United Nations commission of inquiry in 2014 detailed a litany of abuses committed in North Korea over the decades, including torture, hard labor in political prison camps, forced abortions and infanticide, and brainwashing.
Practices that were once crimes, like fornication and adultery, or that are still crimes, like incest, infanticide, and rape, generally lie outside the scope of his concern.
She was convicted in Williamson County of infanticide and sentenced to 99 years in prison for killing Chelsea.
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