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OP: So it was my understanding that Ubuntu was a form of prison abolition (my apologies if I misunderstood it) and that it was employed in Rwanda, but Rwanda had a Tribunal https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Criminal_Tribunal_for_Rwanda
OP: Moreover, people like Clinton and Obama have praised it and they certainly believe in prisons https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu_philosophy
OP: It seems to be more of a communitarianism principle, but couldn't a community still sentence someone to jail for life
OP: Also in terms of understanding the other side be giving victim statements credence which some in the criminal justice reform movement oppose?
OP: My apologies if I am misunderstanding this, generally curious, not trying to be combative
Bespin: I'd like to be ubuntuing through Switzerland...