Latest: Singapore single mother awaits death row in Malaysia for drug trafficking. On the pretext of a business trip to China, Iqah was handed a suitcase containing heroin arranged by her Nigerian boyfriend and was arrested by Malaysian Immigration. A campaign is underway to raise funds for the appeal. To find out more, read

We have also heard that since Vui Kong's appeal started, there has been an unofficial stay of execution for all prisoners on death row in Changi Prison, pending the decision of the court on Yong's case. As the case has been dismissed by the Court of Appeal, we anticipate a Changi gallows bloodbath in a scale not seen since the Pulau Senang uprising in 1965 when 18 men were convicted of murder and hanged in a single Friday morning.

Singapore, which routinely persecute dissenters and critics, continue to hang young drug runners while at the same time work closely with Burmese military generals, and has invested billions in business ties with Burma, one of the biggest heroin manufacturing countries the world.

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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Vui Kong's story



An account of Yong Vui Kong's life


Vui Fung, Vui Kong, Ah Lun, Yun Leong with their mother


Yong Vui Kong, born to a family of 6, went through a turbulent childhood when his parents divorced while he was very young. As a result his mother had to raise the kids singlehandedly.

Being a dishwasher she brought home RM$200 a month, and the family had to scrap by at the most basic sustenance level.

Eventually this paved the way for Vui Kong's departure from their hometown of Sabah, East Malaysia to the big city of Kuala Lumpur.



Vui Kong with brothers during happier days


In 2002, Vui Kong the country boy left Sabah for KL, bringing nothing but him but the desire to make it big.



A young and rebellious Vui Kong

He was described by his family as "rebellious", often mixing with bad company and getting into trouble. Yet, Vui Kong would be the apple in his mother's eyes. He treated his siblings well, especially Vui Fung who would often relate how much Vui Kong doted on her, even though he would sometimes throw his temper at home when things were not going well for him.



Vui Fung (Fung Fung) with Vui Kong


But all these was not meant to last.

Vui Kong worked as a kitchen hand in KL, but was later introduced to a gang, whose boss showered him with 5 star hotel stays and treated him to meals he could never be able to afford.


Vui Kong mixed with the wrong company, which eventually sealed his fate


Eventually Vui Kong went from debt collecting to "delivering gifts". These gifts turned out to be drugs. At that young and impressionable age, Vui Kong had no idea that the penalty for trafficking of drug was mandatory death.


The "gifts" that Vui Kong delivered to Singapore


At 18, Yong Vui Kong was conscripted for National Service. He would later return to KL back to the same boss who provided him with work and lead him on to be a drug runner.





Vui Kong would later shuttle back and forth Singapore and Malaysia several times until he was caught in June 2007 with possession of 47g of heroin. Yong was 18 and a half years old at the time of arrest. Singapore drug laws stipulate mandatory death for 18 years and above. Vui Kong faced certain death the moment he was caught by narcotics officers.

Vui Kong, represented by state-assigned counsel Kelvin Lim, was trialed in Singapore High Court.


Justice Choo Han Teck found Vui Kong too young to be dealt with the mandatory death sentence


Before passing the judgement, trial judge Justice Choo Han Teck summoned both the defence and presecution into chamber and asked the prosecution if they would consider reducing the charge given the relatively young age of the drug offender, who was not even 19 at the age of the offence. The prosecution declined and the death sentence was handed to Vui Kong.

Yong's then defence counsel, following the common practice for almost all capital cases for drug trafficking, was preparing to take the case to the Court of Appeal.

Kelvin Lim, under specific instruction from his client, withdrew the Appeal.


Changi Prison customary photo taking session before execution


At this point in time, Vui Kong's sister, Fung Fung, had already bought a shirt and pants for her brother. It is customary for prisoners on death row to don on their best in a bizzare and morbid prison practice - photos of the prisoner in various poses will be shot and the pictures will be sent to the convict's family after the execution.



"I don't want to lie to save myself."

Vui Kong instructed his lawyer to withdraw the appeal



Why did Vui Kong withdraw the appeal?

Apparently, he was under the impression that a High Court Appeal could only work if there are new evidence to prove that he was innocent of the charge, and he thought that the only way out was to lie to be able to save himself.

After taking up Buddhism as his religion while in prison, Vui Kong did not want to lie which was a sin according to Buddhist beliefs, he therefore instructed his counsel to withdraw the Appeal.

Vui Kong did not know that he involuntarily extended his stay in this world by withdrawing his own High Court Appeal, the only legal lifeline available to him.

Because of this withdrawal, the high Court hastened the execution process and ordered Yong to be executed on 4th December 2009.



M. Ravi intervenes

M. Ravi holding a picture of a Buddha like figure drawn by Yong while in prison


Singapore human rights lawyer Madasamy Ravi got wind of Yong's case. He promptly took over the case from Yong's counsel Kelvin Lim after a court hearing.

Ravi submitted a clemency appeal to the Singapore President, but on 20th November, it was rejected by the Istana.



Yong was granted a rare last minute stay of execution



Two days before Yong's scheduled execution, Ravi made an application for a stay of execution for Vui Kong pending a High Court hearing for an appeal. The Court of Appeal had previously not heard Vui Kong's case as his defence lawyer had withdrawn it.



Vui Kong broke down in court when he heard his execution on Friday was stayed



The judge decided that he was not in the position to make the decision for the Court of Appeal, granted the stay of execution for Vui Kong. Vui Kong, who was present in court, broke down and cried when he heard the news.



Vui Kong Finally meet his mother after two years of incarceration


A day after the court's decision, Yong met his mother, who came to Singapore accompanied by his siblings. Upon seeing his mother, Yong knelt and bowed to her three times in a show of respect.


Vui Kong's mother still does not know that her son had been sentenced to death.


For fear that she may commit suicide due to suffering from chronic depression, Vui Kong's family had kept his fate away from her. The only idea she has of why her son is in jail is that "he had committed a very serious matter and that he will be gone for a very long time in order to atone for his sins and will not return unless he has attained self fulfillment".

On 8th December, Vui Kong received a 2nd stay of execution, this time from the Court of Appeal. The stay of execution was in effect until the Appeal was presented and debated in court. The court gave the defence much needed time to prepare the case, and activists more time to campaign for it.

Yong outlived his original death sentence for a full 4 months. This was something he never saw coming on the eve of his execution.


Campaigns to save Vui Kong









Singapore Anti Death Penalty Campaign flyer





Ravi, in the months after the court's decision to grant the stay of execution, set off to do his research, pro bono. He engaged the help of Queen's counsels in London, dug up the various developments in other Commonwealth countries on the mandatory death penalty and at the end compiled an appeal submission 5 volumes thick.


London team of lawyers who provided valuable research and help: Parvais Jabbar, Edward Fitzgerald QC, M. Ravi and Saul Lehrfreund


On 15th March the high Court convened for Vui Kong's appeal. After both sides presented their cases and arguments, the judges praised M. Ravi for the effort he had put into his submission and thanked him for providing the court with an update on current international practices with regards to the death penalty. They decided to reserve judgement on the hearing until further notice. (credits to TOC)


"The court acknowledge that the mandatory death sentence is considered a cruel, degrading and inhuman punishment," - Chief Justice Chan Sek Keong


On 14th May, the Court of Appeal duly rejected the appeal. But it acknowledged that the mandatory death sentence is considered a cruel, degrading and inhuman punishment.

In June, Vui Kong's counsel M. ravi made a trip down to KL in an attempt to rally the Malaysians together over the case.

There was a buzz initially when the Malaysian online media carried Vui Kong's story, but it fizzled out after a week or two.


Umi Azlim, the Malaysian girl sentenced to death for drug trafficking


In 2007, Umi Azlim was sentenced to death in China. Curiously, she had a sentence commuted to life imprisonment after the Malaysian government appeal to the Chinese government citing compassionate grounds.

Vui Kong received no such attention from the Malaysian government.



No Political Mileage

"Probably because he presents no political mileage. He is first of all a (Malaysian) Chinese, and a Sabahan."



But the Malaysian media had their ways. many online media outlets, especially MalaysiaKini, ran a media blitz over Vui Kong's case and nudge the Malaysian government to do something to help the boy who was facing the gallows overseas.


Ravi with MP Tian Chua and Malaysia's Foreign Minister Anifah Aman (Photo: TOC)


But all was not lost. On 3rd July it was announced that PKR's MP Tian Chua would table a debate on Vui Kong's case in Parliament the following Monday. It was rejected by the Speaker of Parliament, but a press conference was held and Malaysia's Foreign Minister was present.


"After all, I am a Sabahan too” - Malaysia's FM Anifah Aman pledged to assist in Yong's case

He told Ravi and the Malaysian press, “All things aside, if I save one life it will give me great satisfaction. After all, I am a Sabahan too”, referring to the Malaysian state where Yong comes from. (Credit: TOC)

After his statement, almost all media outlets in Malaysia carried the news.

Malaysian activists promptly got to work to set up a site, 2ndChance4Yong, to campaign for Vui Kong.

For the first time, Yong did not just have to rely on Singapore, he had the support of the people from his country as well.






To be continued...
Updated 6th July 2010
Further updates here: Vui Kong's Journey





Vui Kong's Story


Vui Kong (middle), with his siblings during happier times

Yong Vui Kong (杨伟光) was 18 years and 6 months old when he was arrested for trafficking 47 grams of heroin into Singapore. He was scheduled to hang on Friday, 4th December 2009, but after an abrupt appeal application 2 days before his slated execution date, he was granted a stay of execution until after his his appeal hearing on 15th March 2010.

Vui Kong's Story: Excerpts from an interview with his brother, Yun Leong (video)

We were poor and grew up in the countryside. We didn't have a good education. Mom and Dad divorced when we were young. Our mother had a tough time bringing us up. Because she had to raise 4 of us up my herself, we did not receive a good education.

Vui Kong went to KL at the age of 14 and found work as a kitc
hen hand. Later he was introduced to a job selling pirated CDs and that's when he started hanging out with gangs. His boss trusted him, and also tempted him with money. He would take Vui Kong to five star hotels for meals and bought him nice clothes.

My brother never thought that a poor boy like him from the countryside could become rich or powerful. He also needed the money to help pay for my mother's illness because she suffers from depression.

My brother moved from collection debts to delivering "gifts". These gifts were actually drugs. These gifts were actually drugs. In the past he didnt know that drug trafficking would cost him his life. It was only when he was in prison that he know drug trafficking meant death.

Drug trafficking is a serious crime anywhere in the world. Because of Vui Kong's crime, I think he deserves to be punished. But I think the law in Singapore could look at his case from different angles, for example his family background, his personal story, the fact that he was lured by his boss, who tempted him and controlled his every move.

The death penalty is so serious because he is a first time offender and naive about the world, but there's no turning back for him. I think it's tragic.

Vui Kong (far right) with his elder brothers


Vui Kong's story doesn't just end here - Heroin Smuggler Challenges Singapore Mandatory Death Sentence


Lawyers for a young Malaysian man facing the death penalty for drug smuggling are arguing that the mandatory death sentence is inhumane and disproportionate.

Singapore executes anyone found guilty of importing more than 15 grams of drugs.
It is one of the few countries in the world to impose compulsory death sentences for drug offences.

As Monica Kotwani reports from Singapore, it is being seen as a key challenge against the longstanding law.
Ah Leong takes a rare break from working in the kitchen at the Marriott Hotel in the heart of Singapore’s shopping district.
He wrings his hands anxiously. His brother Vui Kong is on death row.
Ah Leong says they have had a tough life.
“My parents split up when he was just three. My father left us and my mum had to support us.”
Ah Leong says seeing his mum struggle to survive caused his brother to be attracted by the prospects of riches in the capital. There he was lured into drug trafficking.
“We’re from Sabah, and very poor. You work so hard but you earn very little. But in Kuala Lumpur, Vui Kong’s boss called him to work, and paid him well. He was told by his boss to take these things and give them to people. He could not say no to his boss’s demands.”
Vui Kong was 19 years old when he was arrested in Singapore for possessing 47 grams of heroin, more than twice the maximum amount that warrants the mandatory death penalty.
He was later convicted of trafficking drugs, and sentenced to death.
But in December last year, a few days before Vui Kong was due to be hanged his lawyers obtained an emergency reprieve.
M Ravi is his appeal lawyer.
“When we say mandatory death sentence means basically judges don’t have discretion. Just close your eyes, and that’s it, and execute. Don’t have to look at the person’s background and all that. You know in a sentencing regime, there’s a plea in mitigation, to mitigate your circumstances, it’s part of the sentencing process, so, it was not only that the death penalty was already harsh, but to impose that, it’s just cruel and unusual punishment.”
Taiwan recently abolished the mandatory death penalty and China, which continues to execute prisoners, allows judicial discretion in sentencing drug-related cases.
Ravi says Singapore is out of touch.
“It is a very outdated, outmoded approach. It is not compatible with evolving standards of human rights decency. 95 percent of Asian countries have abolished it.”
Singapore has seen a big decline in its use of the death penalty but the government is resisting any change to the law.
In 2009, Law Minister K Shanmugam cited a survey conducted by Singapore’s main newspaper, The Straits Times, which found that 95 percent of Singaporeans support the death penalty.
But Andrew Loh editor of the Online Citizen website believes this is not an accurate picture.
“There’s a difference between the death penalty and the mandatory death penalty. From my experience, from talking to people, explaining to them what it is, most of the people, when they understand it more, they do not support the mandatory death penalty.”
Andrew says there have been some high profile execution cases in the last few years that involved the Australian and Nigerian governments but, he says, so far the Singaporean government has not relented to international pressure.
“Whenever such cases come out, the government turns the whole issue around to become about national sovereignty - that we have the right to impose our own set of laws. I don’t know why they do that. Maybe to get the general public to support the government, because if you turn it to a national pride kind of issue, people will feel these other countries are attacking us so we have to defend the government.”
I’m standing outside the Supreme Court of Singapore, where Yong Vui Kong’s appeal is being heard.
In the hearing, Singapore’s Attorney General, Walter Woon is arguing that the Mandatory Death Penalty deters others from doing the same.
Asia Calling requested an interview with the Attorney General many times but I was informed by a staff member that he was on a very long leave. An email request for an interview with the Ministry of Home Affairs was denied.
Defence Lawyer Ravi says research in Hong Kong has shown that the death penalty does not reduce crime.
“The fact that it does not deter has been researched by Jeffrey Fagan. Jeffrey Fagan did a study between HK and Singapore - a tale of two cities, that’s the title of his research. After the abolition of capital punishment in HK, there was a reduction in terms of homicide as well as drug trafficking in Hong Kong.”
Back outside the Marriot Hotel Ah Leong has nearly finished his break.
He says he just wants his little brother to live.
“I hope for anything but the death penalty. Anything else is ok. In prison, he can learn, to cook, or read. Twenty or thirty years, it doesn’t matter. It’s still a chance for him, because he’s still such a young boy.”
Ah Leong’s mother suffers from depression and he fears she will not survive if Vui Kong is hanged.
So the family has decided to keep her in the dark.
“As long as she lives, we will never tell our mother. We’ll just tell her that he has been caught, and is in prison. I think this is for the best.”
Courtesy of asiacalling.org

65 comments:

  1. So do you mean that people who are tempted to do such things (who would do it without temptations such as money and fame, hmm, I think no one would be dumb to deliver it for free) and those who do not have sufficient education and high income should be pardoned on hanging from drug trafficking?

    How about those people who have their lives ruined from the drugs he delivered to if he didn't get caught?

    I feel that such laws shouldn't have a special case for people from different social standings.

    Awhile ago, people were just complaining that richer people can get out of laws through money (by hiring very good and unscrupulous lawyers or bribery — although it's impossible to bribe in Singapore anymore) but now suddenly, people started caring about these group of people without proper education? Is this not a kind of favouritism? How come when the "high-and-mighty" people get out of court cases like these, people wag their tongues everywhere and when the "not-so-educated" and "people-who-deserve-sympathy" get caught, suddenly people everywhere started to petition against such harsh sentences?

    Food for thought maybe? I'd like to hear your opinion on this ^^

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  2. Thank you for your comment. I do agree with you one this point that the law should be applicable to everyone of different social background, stats, rich, poor, uneducated, etc.

    The point of this campaign is to raise awareness on the mandatory death penalty, not in the sense that this campaign is trying to woo sympathy for a kampung boy trapped by his less than perfect upbringing and who he socialised with, but to raise awareness on the extreme difference between a life and a death sentence.

    In passing the death sentence, one must also consider mitigating factors such as age. What were we all doing at 18?

    We must also consider whether the seriousness of the crime fits the punishment or not.

    Given the scenario of a convicted chronic pickpocket or shoplifter, and was deemed by the law to have committed a serious and repeated offence and was sentenced to have his non-working arm cut off, would you consider that a punishment that fits the crime? Yes, these punishments are still meted out in some parts of the world.

    Now lets take this comparison to drug traffickers. How do you measure guilt in terms of the number of grams of heroin trafficked? And, even if a person is calculated to be more guilty, does that warrant the barbaric punishment of the death penalty, an ending of the criminal's life?

    Making the death penalty applicable to drug traffickers is about as comparable to that of chopping a shoplifter's hand for stealing things. Except that in the former, one has lost the right to live completely.

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  3. This case is extremely disappointing. I t paints Singapore in a pretty poor light. Everyone jumps up and down about human rights in China. I suspect Singapore escapes criticism because it is very friendly to Western business. In actual fact Singapore is just as bad - no freedom of speech and executions without a fair trial and for non-capital offences. I think they have a backward and archaic government which is a shame because the Singaporeans in general are really nice people.

    The other thing that irks me is a total lack of responsibility on the individual. If no-one was using drugs there would be no market. At the end of the day it is the choice of the individual to use drugs and therefore they are ruining their own lives.

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  4. Personally, I have no pity for drug traffickers, peddlers, abusers, or whatnot alike. Be it with the intention to profit or otherwise, to me, the minimum sentence befitting this crime is the death sentence.

    Perhaps, if a heavier sentence should be meted out for trafficking ringleaders and their sort, I would go for say, "torture till death", or something similar.

    Unfortunately, we no longer go that far to make an example of a criminal, as such, we merely have to content with the death penalty for everything above the allowable limit. Be it for a petty criminal trafficking 15g or a drug lord carrying 15kg.

    This is the constitutional stand our nation is making. Do not ask for the nation to bend over in pity just because a teenager is foolish enough to believe trafficking is a viable avenue of income.

    Of course, I agree there should be judiciary discretion. But as mentioned in the above article, only in determining guilt.

    Perhaps an upright citizen finds himself in a situation where he was offered to traffic and chooses to do so for the purpose of exposing the drug lord. If he can proof his intention to be so, then of course, his "crime" can be dissolved!

    Perhaps if one was forced to traffic at gun point, or with a family member held hostage; in such cases, I am sure the judge can also go as far as to give a verdict of innocence!

    The law is not inflexible. But we must choose to be. If we do not, there will be people who will seek out our soft spots and abuse our leniency. Who knows, drug rings might begin to target minors because we do not execute them! Do not do abolish the mandatory death sentence in haste, we will only live to regret.

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  5. hmm will just give my 2 cents. Well given the background and he's at 18, it's really hard to have the penalty on him. I used to think it's easy to have a mandatory law, well it's a law. But when u start to see the world out there, it's a different life my friend. We are writing comments here, using probably our own computer. Could we really understand how was it like to be brought up without an education, a fatherly love, money or even a shelter? It's hard, and you cant even replicate the mind and heart of these children, because most of us already had a comfortable teen life, well at it least in comparison.

    "Personally, I have no pity for drug traffickers, peddlers, abusers, or whatnot alike.Be it with the intention to profit or otherwise, to me, the minimum sentence befitting this crime is the death sentence." "torture till death"
    hehe i guess its abit harsh to say that, the minimum sentence? i wouldnt pass that judgment. Again, its tough. We are not there, yet we are the one passing judgment. It's not even fair to start the discussion, because we are already at different grounds with him.

    "How about those people who have their lives ruined from the drugs he delivered to if he didn't get caught?" "Who knows, drug rings might begin to target minors because we do not execute them!"
    that's a different issue. what has the minor got to do with it?

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  6. I just hope that, for all those Singaporeans who don't believe in second chances, who don't believe in the human condition and his ability to change, for all of you, I hope that one day the luck of the draw points to one of your loved ones and they make a bad decision and they receive a mandatory death sentence. Maybe then it'll awake the humanity in you. I sincerely hope so, you self-righteous goons.

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  7. What if it was your loved one who died overdosing on drugs supplied by this young man?

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  8. why would your loved one be taking illegal drugs to the point of overdosing in the first place?

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  9. Here's my opinion, he should have known the consequences for drug trafficking, even if it's a jail term that he thought it would be, he should have deterred away from the crime. There are many other ways he could have gone to earn that extra money for his family, why do drug trafficking? He has made a mistake, and was unaware of the 'true' consequences, now that he has to face death penalty, he's just out of luck. Of course, if he's given a second chance, this life-changing experience will make him a much better person. I agree this is a tragic situation, but this mandatory death sentence is in the law books are a reason. To deter people from doing drugs.

    And to the person who said this, "I just hope that, for all those Singaporeans who don't believe in second chances, who don't believe in the human condition and his ability to change, for all of you, I hope that one day the luck of the draw points to one of your loved ones and they make a bad decision and they receive a mandatory death sentence. Maybe then it'll awake the humanity in you. I sincerely hope so, you self-righteous goons.",
    1. there's no way to reverse the mandatory death sentence for now, just accept it. even if the person is someone close to me.
    2. even if I have the bit of humanity in me, I can't change the law right? 3. you have your own stand, but don't hurt the meaning of self-righteous, consider the situation please.

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  10. When our time on earth is up, God will take us not man.

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  11. I feel touched by vui kong story, may he be reincarnated into a better being.

    I support mandatory death penalty for drug trafficking. It makes those in the borderline of crime to think twice or multiple times before they try to commit to the crime.
    If it is not mandatory, people will tend to test the law. Rewards are handsome, the law might side them if they could portray a forgiving story.

    It is safer for everyone to know that drugs are not easily available.

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  12. "that's a different issue. what has the minor got to do with it?"

    If the law pursues all drug traffickers with the death penalty with the exception of minors, drug rings will employ minors.

    If a particular crime is permissible for a certain minority, they will be exploited for that purpose.

    This is why the death penalty must be mandatory. To make the signal stronger, we must "destroy our escape route", we must not give ourselves the opportunity to pardon a trafficker based on circumstance because they will use this loophole to work against us.

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  13. Personally, I don't think that sentencing these drug traffickers to death will do anyone any good.

    They're just pawns. Even if you sentence them to death, it wouldn't affect the leaders of drug rings. They'll simply send another kid who didn't know better. Surely, at some point, at least one of them will make it through without getting caught?

    The mandatory death penalty doesn't solve the problem. We're just killing ignorant youngsters who can't be deterred by measures that they're really not aware of.

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  14. Caleb, your arguement is sound, but it will only work for people residing in Singapore. For example, there has been zero kidnapping cases as far as I know for the last 10 years, one thing because people are clearly aware of the implication for kidnapping. A harsher penalty does not work beyond the populace, because we have been raised up educated about the harsh penalties that comes wtih drug trafficking.

    Kelvin hit the nail on thead when he says that the mandatory death penalty doesnt solve the issue at hand. People will still continue to bring drugs in even with the maximum penalty of death as punishment, because ignorance take over rationality with the lure of wealth, and for a 18 year old to make such a decision (which we as rational adults will never do), it's as simple as the drug leader showering the runner with gifts and money.

    The issue is whether the crime fits the punishment or not. In this case, I really don't see how a guy like Yong Vui Kong can be placed in the same prison cell as say a convicted murder like the One Eye Dragon.

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  15. I strongly disagree with Death Sentence for this case. It is cruel. Give him a 20 years jail, 30 years jail.............but why kill him, and give him no chance to repent. This is a first-time offender...for god's sake

    We should all be given a chance to repent.....and he is like not even given a chance to repent.......

    Why not catch his boss.............duh.

    I agree with some commentors here......."what were we doing when we were 18".....

    We are all still young, and easily misleaded......

    WHY SO CRUEL??????

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  16. This makes sense. Honestly i really pity this boy la. Hes he did commit a very serious crime. Drugs will harm others in the process no doubt. But I believe he should be given another chance to repent for his mistakes. Compare this to a murderer instead. Just my opinion.

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  17. Take it from someone who has to police in a country where drugs are everywhere.. drug addicts are a walking crime. They are either high (dangerous), getting high (stealing, to get the money) or crashing (now, desperately wanting to get high again). Every crook I handle has been into drugs. Little Singapore cannot afford to be as liberal as countries like the US. Actually, the US can't afford to be as liberal as it is, and our day of reckoning is coming fast.

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  18. @Kelvin

    Try playing chess and not take any pawns. There is no way to the drug lord without going past the pawns first.

    If you cannot deter ignorant criminals, at least get rid of them.

    @Greeksalad

    The global society will not go anywhere with Singapore removing the mandatory death penalty. What needs to be done is for ALL countries to adopt this mandatory death penalty. That way, there will not be anyone who can claim ignorance.

    @Del

    Are you suggesting that honest citizens be given the burden of paying extra tax to feed criminals like him for 30 years?!

    In my opinion, if he can help us catch his boss, I'll propose to pardon him and offer protection. This will be good deterrence to drug lords.

    Yes, the young are easily misled, which is why minors are treated slightly differently. There must, however, be a way to separate minors from adults! Here, it is 18 years old. There is no need to argue about this age limit. If you change it to 21, some day there will be someone who is 21 and 6 months old and people like you will argue for an extension for consideration of minors to say 24, then 26 then 30, then 35, then 40, then 45, then 60, then 100...

    @halfMoon

    Murder... Lets not talk about psychos, serial killers and the insane... For other murderers, it is likely that the victim has caused the murderer some degree of grief for the murderer to commit such a violent crime. Their crime affects 1 victim, and has visible impact on the family and friends of the victim.

    Drug Trafficking... They do it for economic profit, grievously harming a large number of people. And as Deep Black said, turn them into agents of even more crime. Drug Addicts, fueled by Traffickers, cause vast and long lasting damage to their family and friends. They also burden the society to rehabilitate them.

    Which is a greater crime? Well, intuitively, murder is more serious. But looking at it from a broader perspective? Socially? Economically? I believe it is obvious that drugs are a much bigger problem!

    If you want to talk about repentance, why cant a murderer repent? After all, the crux of his problem would be anger management, which I think is a MUCH MUCH MUCH easier problem to deal with as compared to greed.

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  19. The whole Singaporian society is so out of touch with the rest of the world. Why is it that first world countries are still doing business with this brutal government? Why not boycott trade and tourism with this country? Why doesn't the United Nations kick them out for their continued brutality? These people are brainwashed by the government, opposition is censored, and citizens are threatend into submission with beatings (caning) or death if their draconian laws aren't complied with. Mandatory death penalty for drugs = shameful sick sadistic society.

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  20. @sandye In what way is Singapore out of touch with the world? Can it not be argued that countries that do not institute mandatory death penalty be out of touch with logic and common sense? Your views are way too biased and without reasoning.

    In our fine society, we have laws. Real laws, not make believe ones that certain countries have. We set our rules and we live by them. This makes everyone happy. If anyone is not happy with our laws, please, they are very welcome to leave.

    It is a very simple matter of choice. Every parent have their own house rules. Why can't Singapore have theirs?

    I believe those who have argued in favor of the death penalty have all done so with well constructed reasoning. Your comment however is without basis and bears the sole purpose of flaming our fair nation as a "shameful sick sadistic society".

    Please withdraw your comment.

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  21. In whatever country you may reside, whether it's mandatory or not.. i think death sentence is just plain suck!

    If it's really proven to keep us sheep in line, why don't apply it for all offences.
    1) Drunk driving - death sentence
    2) Littering - death sentence
    3) Cheating in your exam - death sentence

    Caleb, please help me here. The more we can put them here will make this world a better place for you and for me...yeah!

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  22. For me, I don't completely have a problem with death penalty. But it just depends. I believe that (some) people can be rehabilitated. In fact, sentencing someone through the court, should be both punitive and rehabilitative. This boy, he was only 18. He has a chance to learn from his mistakes. To a certain extent, you can say circumstances forced him to commit the crime, but drug trafficking is a VERY serious crime nonetheless. Death penalty will be suitable if this was his 3rd offense or something. Seeing as it's his first time and his age and background, I think a lighter sentence will be more appropriate.

    To rapists and most murderers, death penalty or life sentence for me, is a good punishment. Especially for rapists, I think they deserve the jail term and the fear of death looming closer with every passing moment. Cruel but they destroyed lives and they deserve it. This boy, he can be forgiven. At least once and be given the chance to learn and change and be somebody. Just my 2 cents.

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  23. @Greek Salad
    "For example, there has been zero kidnapping cases as far as I know for the last 10 years, one thing because people are clearly aware of the implication for kidnapping. A harsher penalty does not work beyond the populace, because we have been raised up educated about the harsh penalties that comes wtih drug trafficking.."

    Maybe..just maybe..Singaporeans don't have to kidnap no one because most of them are in the middle class and have enough? Circumstances play a part. In many poverty ridden countries (and a lot of poor countries have death penalty) crime is especially high. You think they don't know about the punishments? Some people, when pushed to the edge will be willing to take any risks just to save themselves or their loved ones. Right or wrong doesn't matter, only survival. Selfish perhaps, or maybe not.

    Death penalty does not work. Many countries with it still have rapists and murderers and drug pushers. It just doesn't work.

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  24. Life is precious...hope he can have a second chance. he is a filial obedience boy eventhough he grew up from a poor single family. Saw his brother interview video clip,on year 2007 june is the last time he celebrated his mother's birthday together,if he sentence to death his mother cant hear his voice anymore to greet her,its tragic and grief.

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  25. The most obvious and inescapable fact concerning the death penalty is that it is irreversible. Once you execute someone there can be no bringing them back and even the most perfect forms of justice we know are not infallible. Time and time again in countries all over the world, cases of miscarriage of justice are encountered. Have we any reasons to believe that Singapore is different?

    Secondly by terminating a life, by the same token you prevent that person from ever being able to transform their life for the better. I simply cannot believe that any human being is so totally evil and depraved that they are incapable of moral transformation. Any action which would prevent such moral transformation is inherently evil in itself.

    Thirdly and of great importance is the brutalising consequence that execution brings on the society as a whole in whose name the execution has been carried out. If I had my way I would insist that both the presiding judge who sentenced the condemned prisoner, as well as prosecutors should be present at every execution where they have been involved in the judicial process. I would like them to experience at first hand the brutality in which they have actively participated.

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  26. @Caleb
    You said this "If a particular crime is permissible for a certain minority, they will be exploited for that purpose.

    This is why the death penalty must be mandatory. To make the signal stronger, we must "destroy our escape route", we must not give ourselves the opportunity to pardon a trafficker based on circumstance because they will use this loophole to work against us. "

    So if the druglords decide to use 10 year olds as traffickers, should we just hang those children? I bet with your harsh view, you have no qualms in saying yes to that excitedly. After all, you said "If you cannot deter ignorant criminals, at least get rid of them." - Killing is your way of solving problems ain't it?


    The point we are discussing here is between mandatory death penalty and death penalty. With mandatory death penalty, even innocent people who had been sabotaged with drugs planted in their bags get hanged. So would this be considered just in your world?

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  27. He should hang! Stupid foreigners come here to corrupt our children and sleep with our women, dirty stupid Malaysians. I dun believe that he is naiive about how the world works. He most likely faking onez...

    So I say, punish the traffickers and kill them all! They don't deserve to exist 'cos they are scum of the earth.

    And yes, I agree that even if there are children being used, they should die too. Foreign invaders should not come into Singapore soil.

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  28. Also, I suggest that he be stoned to death or executed in a stadium, like North Korea or Iran. That way, those dirty foreigners will learn a lesson or 2 about coming into our country. Laws must never be flouted and they must always be obeyed. Flout our laws and pay the price.

    I also suggest that they extend the death sentence to include teenagers and even children. It's better to weed out the ingrates and the ones who run afoul the law early, so that the world is full of more law-abiding citizens.

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  29. I find it interesting to see such deep hatred against foreigners in SG from the above poster.

    SG is a country of migrants since Stamford Raffles and his company of people developed this place. To have the history of SG built on the very sweat of foreigners and have the descendants of these very migrants hate other foreigners, calling them dirty and other undesirable names is laughable in an ironic twist.

    The above poster said "I suggest that he be stoned to death or executed in a stadium, like North Korea or Iran." - so SG should look up to North Korea and Iran as role models now. Hahaha! I'm sure the poster thinks that by so doing, SG will continue to prosper economically, socially and morally. I strongly suggest the above poster to apply for a citizenship in North Korea or Iran and stay there permanently because I'm sure those 2 mentioned countries are 100% filled with law-abiding citizens. ;)

    and to say this "I agree that even if there are children being used, they should die too." and "I also suggest that they extend the death sentence to include teenagers and even children" - let's just hope that you will feel the same way if your child is ever sabotaged with drugs in his bags.

    Some food for thought perhaps?

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  30. I've seen so many comments about country residing on law that is their own government establishment. What good is a law if that is only tabled by the few government official view. Try get public opinion from all walks of life, see how it works.

    Being controlled by the law is like being a dog in a kennel with a fierce master. When they are unleash outside their boundary, they zip around madly. Is this saying they improve the people life in Singapore ? It is just that they cannot reveal the real truth in them and reveal it in other places. So in some saying, "Don't say that your children is great within your boundary and other is not good outside" Try let them go out and see what are they. Those drug lord could be their own citizen but doing it outside.

    Great mouth says great stories but never look within their ownself. you may argue that my comment is not relevent above but think before you comment, this young "brat" traffickers may be bad but they may have been forced. Do you know how and why ? When ones life is at stake and there is no one to protect you, you will do as they say. He may have a family but it may be that the life of his family is at stake from the drug lord. When a drug lord say they can, they always meant it since they have all they power of the under ground. When you stay above, you do not know how the underground works and how dangerous it can be. What happens if one drug lord just say I will kill your family unless you do this for me and believe me they will find you wherever you go. Get protection from the authorities ? for heaven sake do you think you can catch the culprit ? and forever avoid them or get rid of them ?

    He may be naive to mix with the wrong group but think what was given in growing up guidance for him.

    Lastly, when there is no buyer, there is no seller. Same goes to the global community against animal smuggling, protected animals, pirated Cds,etc. Why not hang those people who pollute the environment as this will kills the earth and the people ? It is a serious crime as we all need a world to stay and air to breath but these people are polluting it. We will die of pollution, so put a law to hang these people who pollutes.

    When you kill the army of mites that destroyed your house or furniture, it will never eliminate the kingpin or the great mama. Try kill the great mama and see what happen, it will be gone. Try remove woods item out of the way, there will be no mites to lurk around your house as there is no food.

    So why are they using young "brats" to bring in drugs to the country ? Because there is takers and wht are they takers ? Because they are well educated ? brought up in a good environment ? If there is no takers for example animal furs, there will no one stupid enough to risk breaking the law killing animals, right? If you catch and confiscated the runners, will this stop ? NO, so why not get to the root of this and help them re-establish their life rather than emphasizing on stupid excuses and reasons. If you used to pass motion in a toilet bowl doesn't mean that you can't do it in a bushes when in urged to do so. Unless you are so rich where you have toilet in your car too. So the above is more to putting a situation into a lay man term for easier understanding of the situation. You may say this is not relevant, not related, not the same situation, cannot be the same, can't relate, dumb example because you have been programmed to do so. IF there is no food when you lost your way in the jungle, you will eventually turn your mind away from standard cooked clean eadible food and eat whatever to survive.

    Same goes to the law, in certain situation you may consider again whether to be harsh on it. When other kids do wrong you will be harsh but when your own kids do wrong you will say lets give him a chance. It is always the same situation. So why not give it a chance instead, like life imprisonment.


    Just my 2 cents opinion, sorry if offended anyone or country.

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  31. Who ever wrote "He should hang! Stupid foreigners come here to corrupt our children and sleep with our women, dirty stupid Malaysians. I dun believe that he is naiive about how the world works. He most likely faking onez...

    So I say, punish the traffickers and kill them all! They don't deserve to exist 'cos they are scum of the earth.

    And yes, I agree that even if there are children being used, they should die too. Foreign invaders should not come into Singapore soil. " is hundred percent not a Singaporean. Did god teaches you to critic other when your mouth stinks and worst then theirs ? Did god give the power to you to take others life ? Did the Malaysian did something to you ? You probably the scum bag and the kiasu that they call us the kiasu people.

    When you hate Malaysian so much , then don't go there. Why go there for business, cheaper product,etc. Trust me all Singaporean are part of the Malaya Resident in those old day and you are just lucky to be in Singapore when we had our indepence. Imagine if you are in Malaysia at that time, you probably hate Singaporean.

    Don't hate others but correct the attitude of hatered to some feasible thinking. You think we Singaporean are dirt free ? Some of us are the scum bag dirt that buy that drug stuff. So teach your own before you teach others.

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  32. I agree with above comments given to that guy who said "Who ever wrote "He should hang! Stupid foreigners come here to corrupt our children and sleep with our women, dirty stupid Malaysians. I dun believe that he is naiive about how the world works. He most likely faking onez..."

    If he so hated our Malaysian, don go to Malaysia for any purposes.

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  33. There are many reasons logical and rational that calls for the support of the death penalty.

    But in the clamour for logic and rationality to prevail, where is the room for human compassion and giving someone a second chance to repent and rehabilitate.

    We all make mistakes. I too support the death penalty when warranted. But my heart has been turned by this one reminder. Nobody is perfect and in the absence of hard proof that this boy has caused the demise of others, a death sentence meted out to him is too much.

    Let there be compassion and forgiveness. For to err is human, to forgive is divine.

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  34. To the person who wrote this : "He should hang! Stupid foreigners come here to corrupt our children and sleep with our women, dirty stupid Malaysians. I dun believe that he is naiive about how the world works. He most likely faking onez...

    So I say, punish the traffickers and kill them all! They don't deserve to exist 'cos they are scum of the earth.

    And yes, I agree that even if there are children being used, they should die too. Foreign invaders should not come into Singapore soil."

    Imagine if no foreigners coming to Singapore, what will the economy be like? If there are no some high and mighty singaporean drugs buyer, the boy wont even has to deliver it...yes, he is guilty for his action but not death penalty. And if u hate malaysian so much, please do not step a foot onto our so-called "scum land" as you put it. Many singaporean friends of mine buy houses in Malaysia, act like us, driving through and fro everyday to Singapore then back to Malaysia. Earn sing dollars then spend riggit malaysia...bought a double storey house with the price of a HBD flat...worth right? As for the part "sleep with our women" u never saw that some singaporean are more of a "breadcrumbs". So mind your own and fuck off!!!

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  35. Of course Vui Kong should be hung.

    I know more than my fair share of criminals who are dying to do the big heist to earn their early retirement.

    Then there are the endless footsoldiers like Vui Kong who are aspiring to strike their first bucket of gold before they can expand their riches & criminal empire further and become a real menace.

    All criminals have families, like us. And like us their families love them and they love their family.

    But death penalty keeps these criminals giving a second thought before they do anything stupid in risk of them never ever seeing their family again.

    Enough said. So, hang him, without question.

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  36. Hang = reduce drug = increase drug price = high profit... Who benefit, drug lord, of course. they don't care who die, they just get someone else.

    Vui Kong was used by drug lord for profit, then kill by government in in the name of society...

    Can people who support death sentence go and ask your mum, if this happen to you what will she do? Say bye bye to you?

    If you can't feel what life is go and get a job as hang man...

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  37. For those of you who said that death sentence should be carried on the innocent, good luck to you! I reward you as 3rd world category of human! It is so easy to write bullshit here, but trust me, if you're facing this situation you would say the other words!

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  38. There is a saying, death is just a matter of time. Today you see others gone, tomorrow might be your time. None could escape from this reality. I sincerely pray for the peacefulness. To all of you, do not accumulate further sins. End of the world is ahead. Your time is coming soon.

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  40. Glad death penalty is here to stay. No second chance for garbages!

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    1. Instrument: Bank Guarantee (BG/SBLC) (Appendix A)
    2. Total Face Value: Eur 5M MIN and Eur 10B MAX (Ten Billion USD).
    3. Issuing Bank: Barcley's Bank , HSBC Bank London, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank Frankfurt.
    4. Age: One Year, One Month
    5. Leasing Price: 4% of Face Value plus 1% commission fees to brokers.
    6. Delivery: Bank to Bank swift.
    7. Payment: MT-103 or MT760
    8. Hard Copy: Bonded Courier within 7 banking day.

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  59. Are you an individual businessman or a business organisation that wishes to expand in business ??, we offer financial instrument such as BGs, SBLCs,MTNs, LCs, CDs and others on lease and sales at a rate of 4%+2% of the face value and reasonable conditionfrom a genuine provider. You are at liberty to engage our leased facilities into trade programs as well as in signatory project(s) such as Aviation, Agriculture, Petroleum, Telecommunication and any other project(s) etc.

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  64. We are a Finance Industry Company professionals focused on providing Bank Instruments specifically for lease/purchase such as Bank Guarantee (BG), (SBLC), (PPP), (MTN), (POF), (LTN) Monetization & Non Recourse Funding e.t.c Issuance by HSBC London, Deutsche Bank Frankfurt or any Top 25 AA Rated Bank to any bank coordinates the Client chooses. We also provide Corporate loans &International project funding.

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