"More than 120 prisoners are now waiting for the president to sign off their executions. The executions, especially of sex attackers, have been praised by many Afghans who complain of a culture of impunity allowing even war crimes to go unpunished if the culprit is well connected or can pay a bribe. Four men were hanged on Tuesday in a Kabul prison, including three convicted of crimes including the murder of an intelligence director and attacks on UN offices. The state broadcaster said they had been caught with weapons and explosives. A fourth man had been convicted of poisoning and killing relatives in Kabul and stealing from them. Five other men were executed this week for murder, rape and abduction"
I am sure they would welcome a few more from Gitmo.
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