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Dozens of protesters lauded an Indian court's verdict of the death sentence for four men in the gang rape and murder of a ...
young New Delhi woman. (Sept. 13)
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AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSHOTLIST:New Delhi, India - 13 September 2013:1. Wide of protesters doing a mock hanging of rapists2. Mid of the protesters with banners reading (English) "Bring the fear of law" and "We are responsible for this....RAPE""3. Various of protesters shouting (Hindi) "Hang the juvenile also"4. Protesters shouting (English) "We want justice"5. Wide of protesters shouting (English) "Wake up India"6. Various of protesters shouting (Hindi) "Hang the juvenile too" and (English) "We want justice"STORYLINEDozens of protesters on Friday lauded an Indian court's decision to sentence to death four men for the gang rape and murder of a young New Delhi woman.The protesters also called for swift justice in tens of thousands of rape cases that remain backlogged in Indian courts.Outside the courthouse where the sentence was passed, the protesters shouted, "We want justice" and "Wake up India!" They also staged a mock hanging of the perpetrators of a brutal attack that riveted India and became a symbol of the rampant mistreatment of women and the government's inability to deal with crime.The victim's family, along with numerous politicians and government officials, had long called for the men to be executed.Indian Home Minister, Sushil Kumar Shinde, welcomed court's decision:"Committing such an inhuman act is shameful for humanity. So, in such a case, it (death sentence) had to happen," Shinde told reporters.