Hmm... interesting position that is. I'm not defending the perpetrator at all, but I would point out the hypocrisy of the idea. People in Britain are constatnly talking about human rights violations in other countries (recent reference: China) but then you'd send a man off to his certain death? Pick a side!
I appreciate the human rights laws we have in this country when it suits me as some of the things that happen in places like China are chilling and I appreciate some of the laws elsewhere are too harsh...but I think if it were my son, daughter, mother, father or whoever that was killed or raped by someone who KNEW what they were doing was wrong I think I'd be paying for their airfare home! It's different for people who have mental health problems or are forced into a crime such as prostitution or drug dealing or such like (in some cases, not all) but knowingly getting behind a wheel drunk without a licence in a stolen car and driving like a dic*k is a different matter I think. If I decide to try and deal drugs in south america I will appreciate there may be a high price to pay in that country, human rights out the window!