The judge that sentenced four Indian men to death for the brutal rape and murder for a young woman last year, said:
In these times, when crime against women is on the rise, courts cannot turn a blind eye towards such gruesome crime.
This has shocked the collective conscience of society. Exemplary punishment has to be given.
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