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Why Do Judges Break The Nib Of Their Pen After Pronouncing A Death Sentence by raphretle: 7:18am On May 26
Please do you have any idea about this...
Re: Why Do Judges Break The Nib Of Their Pen After Pronouncing A Death Sentence by Pierocash(m): 7:44am On May 26
That pen can never be used for another purpose anymore
Re: Why Do Judges Break The Nib Of Their Pen After Pronouncing A Death Sentence by Generalissimo75(m): 7:45am On May 26
After signing the death sentence, a judge breaks the nib of the pen because he does not want to reuse the pen as it has signalled the end of a life. ... Breaking the nib is a symbolic act. It is done so that the pen which signed the person's life away will never be used to do that ever again.
Re: Why Do Judges Break The Nib Of Their Pen After Pronouncing A Death Sentence by brodalikeme(m): 7:47am On May 26
The pen has to die too nah. Na good work e do? E don finish work be that.
Having signed or indicated the end of a life, the nib is broken so that the pen cannot be reuse.
Re: Why Do Judges Break The Nib Of Their Pen After Pronouncing A Death Sentence by Opak001(m): 10:54am On May 26
How many of oun don use pen ink finish abeg

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