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  1. Master Adrian
    Master Adrian at |

    These two men have been subjected to torture (as defined by the UN Special Rapporteur on torture), and thus the verdict of the lower court is internationally insubmissable, i.e. illegal!
    The Judge of the High Court of Zambia has confirmed an illegal and unlawful ruling by the lower court, and thus is himself guilty of the practice of torture!
    The High Court judge should have been dismissing the verdcit of the lower court, due to the application of torture to the two men! By not doing so the High Court judge not only becomes conspiratory guilty to the torture to which the two men were subjected, but also breached international law, as well as confirmed the fact that Zambia is applying torture to human beings!
    This makes him a criminal, as does it the judge(s) of the lower court!
    One would have expected, and can expect from a High Court judge to be aware of the criminality of the appliance of torture to suspects of a crime, wereby also must be noted that simply being homosexual is not a crime, nationally it may be, but international law preceeds national law!
    I think that in order to force the Zambian government to alter the referred to law, by de-criminalising the law on homosexuality, the civilised world must undertake steps to f.i. end aid to Zambia, and that the Commonwealth assembly must come to an agreement wereby homosexuality in the member states will be decriminalised!
    It is unacceptable that in the 21st century homosexuality is illegal, unlawful and punishable, only unviclised and backward countries regard homosexuality as illegal and unlawfull!
    My opinion!

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  2. Alan Weiner
    Alan Weiner at |

    These Pentecostal judges should be demmed to Hell.

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  3. Kari
    Kari at |

    Monkeys have more brains.

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  4. william paige
    william paige at |

    Sadly it is true that self styled christians are responsible for the epidemic of homophobia affecting so many african countries, the civilised world should take much stronger measures such as sanctions and boycotts to try to bring it home to these misguided countries that their conduct is evil. The Anglican Church should sever all ties with their african “brothers”.

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