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‘Witchcraft’ murder in Lusikisiki
A 70-year-old Eastern Cape woman has been shot and killed in what police believe might be a “witchcraft” murder.
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Where Witchcraft Trials Are Thriving
“By some estimates, about 40 percent of the cases in the Central African [Republic’s] court system are witchcraft prosecutions. (Drug offenses in the U.S., by contrast, account for just 12 percent of arrests.)”
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A Bewitching Dilemma
This brief article in The Atlantic makes what to my mind is a curious argument. To wit: In the Central African Republic the most common crime for people to be accused of is witchcraft. Yet for reasons that should be fairly obvious, witchcraft is a rather difficult charge to prove, which does not make convictions […]
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