Andrew Ducker (andrewducker) wrote,
Andrew Ducker
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Two questions

1) Do many other countries that aren't horrible repressive regimes (like the USA) remove the ability to vote from people in prison? Is the UK normal or abnormal in this respect?

1) Do many other countries that aren't horrible repressive regimes have something equating to Control Orders, or are we unusual in thinking that it's ok to punish people who haven't been found guilty by a jury of their peers?

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