Joint statement from We Believe in Second Chances and the Singapore Anti-Death Penalty Campaign on the scheduled execution of Jeffrey Marquez Abineno (previously known as Jeefrey bin Jamil) for this Friday 21 April. We Believe in Second Chances and the Singapore Anti-Death Penalty Campaign (SADPC) note with dismay that the execution of Jeefrey bin Jamil …
However in a strange turn of events, the focus of the fiercest debates has shone not so much on the merits or demerits of the use of the death penalty in Kho Jabing’s case. The bulk of public interest now seems centred on toxic accusations which have been flung against the lawyers and activists backing Kho Jabing and family, accusing them of delaying the inevitable and putting the family of Kho through unnecessary emotional torture.
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