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In criminal law, kidnapping is the taking away or asportation of a person against the person's will, usually to hold the person in false imprisonment, a confinement without legal authority. This is often done for ransom or in furtherance of another crime. A majority of jurisdictions in the United States retain the "asportation" element for kidnapping, where the victim must be confined in a bounded area against their will and moved. Any amount of movement will suffice for the requirement, even if it is moving the abductee to a house next door. In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, however, the asportation element has been abolished. Note that under early English common law, the asportation element required that the victim be moved outside the realm of England or overseas in order for an abduction to be considered "kidnapping."

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les actes terroristes perpétrés contre les gens innocents sont contraires à l'essence de l'Islam. L'ISLAM CONDAMNE CES ACTES"... il est donc impossible qu'un Musulman s'engage dans un tel crime. Au contraire, il est du devoir de tous les gouvernements de tous les pays d'arrêter ces malfaiteurs et d'apporter la paix et la sécurité.
Par roozana Il y a 7 ans
put1 la pub..
Par zf Il y a 7 ans