Germany Pardons its Citizens Convicted of Homosexuality; New Zealand May as Well
Some countries are doing the right thing and pardoning those convicted of homosexuality — Germany has just done so, and New Zealand may too
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The BBC reports: The Scottish government is to move to pardon men who were convicted of same-sex offences before laws against homosexuality were scrapped. The UK government has announced plans for posthumous pardons for men who were...
Germany will consider pardoning the convictions of thousands of gay men who were charged under the country's anti-homosexuality laws after the fall of the Nazi regime.
U.K. to Pardon Persecuted Gay Men A new policy, called Turing's Law, will offer pardons to men convicted for homosexual activity under the United Kingdom's old criminal statutes. Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best new...
The German government will pardon more than 50,000 gay men convicted of homosexuality between 1946 and 1969.