End Crime, not Life is not about protecting criminals, but about protecting vulnerable innocents
Cheong Chun Yin, a Malaysian boy, was about 23 years old when he was arrested for drug trafficking. A trusting boy he was asked to bring some ‘gold’ to Singapore. Merri was a victim of domestic abuse, whose son had a heart defect. She took a job abroad to help pay his hospital bills. A loving man bought her a suitcase for her home journey. The tragedy of such stories is what keeps human rights activists and lawyers from ASEAN unrelenting in their opposition to the death penalty, for reasons they spell out in this video.
- Document type Multimedia content
- Countries list Malaysia
- Themes list Arbitrariness, Networks, Country/Regional profiles,