Fouquier-Tinville


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Fouquier-Tinville

(French fukjetɛ̃vil)
n
(Biography) Antoine Quentin (ɑ̃twan kɑ̃tɛ̃). 1746–95, French revolutionary; as public prosecutor (1793–94) during the Reign of Terror, he sanctioned the guillotining of Desmoulins, Danton, and Robespierre
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He triggered the wave of executions with little or no trial, often in writing as testified by the late Ayatollahs Sadeq Khalkhali, the Iranian version of Fouquier-Tinville, France's Judge Blood.
En el fondo habia una tarima desde la que les hablaba el revolucionario frances Fouquier-Tinville, pero los tres se mostraron indiferentes, salvo Harpo que se reia.
The two-part trial of Fouquier-Tinville, the chief prosecutor of the Revolutionary Tribunal in 1793-94, added to the momentum in favor of retributive justice.
Como resultado, EE.UU.y paises con legislaciones que han mostrado ser eficaces no ratificaran el engendro de la CPI, argucia legaloide para evitar la verdadera aplicacion de la ley o hacerlo a la Fouquier-Tinville contra EE.UU.