Killing and the Constitution – arrest and the use of lethal force

Killing and the Constitution – arrest and the use of lethal force

Bruce, D. (2003). Killing and the Constitution – arrest and the use of lethal force. Originally published in the South African Journal on Human Rights, 2003. Vol. 19, Part 3.

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