Foreign News: Executions

When men for political, personal or economic motives seek to overthrow a government and, in so doing, wilfully cause the death of women, children and peaceful male citizens, the law has but one remedy—Death.

King Boris, who does not believe in capital punishment, who had heretofore never approved a death sentence in his life, decided last week that the recent bomb outrage in the Sveti Krai Cathedral (TIME, Apr. 21 et seq.) merited the supreme sentence, signed three death warrants. At 8 o'clock in the morning, while low, gray clouds were chased lazily by...

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