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The article says that conditional sentences were introduced in 1996. This appears to me to be an unverifiable statement. Does the writer mean that they were introduced into a certain penal code in a certain country in 1996? —Anne Delong (talk) 04:52, 5 November 2013 (UTC)
This picture is from the prison fetish website gotcuffs, which specializes in showing women in jumpsuits getting shackled and made to wear orange flip flops in cells. It is not an accurate depiction of a woman in prison, as shackles are not worn inside of secured cells. As it is from a pornographic site, I move that it be replaced.