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"The execution of Odell Barnes is an assassination," said Jack Lang, the chairman of the French National Assembly's foreign affairs committee.
Lang flew to Texas last month to intervene on Barnes' behalf and met Barnes in his prison in Huntsville.
"How can Governor Bush pretend to aspire to the presidency of the United States after having perpetrated such a crime ? What credit would he have to demand respect for human rights around the world when he was the instigator of such a barbaric act ?"
The leading French politician and rights campaigner, said the execution of Odell Barnes late Wednesday amounted to an assassination and that he was ``revolted and indignant'' by this "barbaric act." The execution made headline news in France, where President Jacques Chirac and Prime Minister Lionel Jospin intervened on Barnes behalf.
European Parliament Speaks Out Against Bush's Texecutions
Mrs Nicole Fontaine, President of the European Parliament, made the following appeal to Governor Bush condemning the Texecutions of Odell Barnes and Bettie Lou Beets . . .
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