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extrajudicially

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an extrajudicial manner; out of court, or in a manner out of the ordinary course of legal procedure; without recourse to legal proceedings: as, the case was settled extrajudicially.

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Examples

  • Since then, at least 14 more people have been executed extrajudicially, which is to say murdered.

    The Bloody Hands of Hamas

  • True, the program has certainly extrajudicially killed some real jihadis.

    Johann Hari: Obama's Escalating Robot War in Pakistan Is Making a Terror Attack More Likely

  • He was the highest-profile of several dozen dissidents—including many of China's leading human-rights lawyers—who have been extrajudicially detained since appeals for a "Jasmine revolution" in China began circulating online in mid-February.

    Beijing Releases Detained Artist

  • My friend Eli Lake reports for the Washington Times that Republicans on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence intend to question CIA director-designate Leon Panetta about whether he played any role in ordering terrorism suspects extrajudicially kidnapped and sent to other countries for questioning and probable torture while he was chief of staff to Bill Clinton.

    Is That The Question? | ATTACKERMAN

  • Unlike formal house arrests, which are a form of punishment under the country's legal system, the home confinement of Shouwang church members is done extrajudicially.

    Beijing Police Arrest Group of Christians

  • Royal Dutch Petroleum, arises out of a suit by a dozen Nigerian plaintiffs claiming that Royal Dutch and two of its Shell Oil subsidiaries worked with the Nigerian government to torture and extrajudicially execute individuals protesting against the companies' oil exploration.

    HUFFPOST HILL - Rick Perry Flies The (Especially) Friendly Skies

  • The report highlights the failure to adequately address the notorious Abu Salim prison killings of 1996 in which up to 1,200 detainees are believed to have been extrajudicially executed following a riot.

    Libya violating human rights despite new image, says Amnesty

  • Never mind issues of state sovereignty; how could the US--and thus Pakistan--ever allow another country to come on to its territory and extrajudicially kill its citizens?

    Chris Rogers: Drone Victims in Pakistan Seek Justice

  • Never mind issues of state sovereignty; how could the US -- and thus Pakistan -- ever allow another country to come on to its territory and extrajudicially kill its citizens?

    Chris Rogers: Drone Victims in Pakistan Seek Justice

  • Before the conflict was formally ended with the signing of the final Peace Accords in 1996, it is estimated that some 200,000 people were extrajudicially executed or '' disappeared '' at the hands of the Guatemalan security services or the civil patrols and so-called '' death squads '' acting under their command.

    Boing Boing

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