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Part II: Have anti-death-penalty activists gone too far?
Part V: Why did it take the court 19 years to change its mind on the Hsichih Three?
Part III: Still, the majority of Taiwanese and Japanese support the death penalty.
Part I: A murder trial in Taiwan puts the spotlight on Asia's death penalty debate.
Part IV: The most outspoken of the Hsichih Three, Su Chien-ho, describes torture in detention.
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