See that is the difference, our bodies are metaphorical, Russia's are literal. As in shot in the head on the side of a road summary execution style literal.
So dont wonder when the finger is pointed at you and showing your dead bodys in the backyard.
No where did I claim the US is a paragon of human rights. I will advance that it is considerably ahead of many nations of the world, but irregardless of our record it does not invalidate our criticism. If Kim Jong-il stood up and decried Russia's behavior his criticism would still be valid. You are parroting an Ad Homniem attack against our arguments. One that I might add is baseless because a good portion of your opposition is not even from America. So instead of immediately proceeding to some logical fallacy from Russia's violations consider Russia's violations and not your irrational issues with the United States.
Now compare your own link with the russian version. The top headline on the US site, 290 people have died from tasers since 2001.
Now consider the russian one on torture and ill treatment
"Conditions are particularly harsh in the pre-trial detention centres owing to chronic overcrowding. Cells are filthy and pest-ridden, with poor lighting and ventilation, and contagious diseases are rife (over 100,000 inmates have tuberculosis)". Or
"the current level of destruction suggests that Grozny has been the target of indiscriminate, disproportionate bombardment by the Russian forces.”
Oh and because Amnesty international has the death penalty as a Human Rights issue you should probably stop linking it because it can be considered an activist group (I.E. lacking objectivism).