Execution

Human Rights Lawyer Files Judicial Review Application to Stay Execution of Drug Trafficker

From April 2011, Suhail gradually increased his intake of heroin until he was taking roughly 12g to 18g of normal grade heroin a day around the time of his arrest on 3 August 2011. He described the normal grade heroin as “coklat gelap” or dark chocolate. He clarified that he did not reach this rate of consumption, which would cost an estimated $5,000 a month, overnight. In August 2011, his dependency level had got to the point where he was injecting himself every two or three hours just to delay the onset of withdrawal symptoms. When he had to work, he would smoke the heroin.

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MHA Rejects Malaysian Media Claims That SG Are Targeting Malaysian Prisoners For Execution

MHA Rejects Malaysian Media Claims That SG Are Targeting Malaysian Prisoners For Execution

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has strongly rejected claims by various Malaysian media reports that Singapore is targeting Malaysian prisoners for execution. This comes in the wake of several Malaysians already on death row in Singapore getting their clemency petitions rejected.

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UN HUMAN RIGHTS: SG MUST BAN DEATH PENALTY, OFFENDERS DON'T DESERVE TO DIE

The UN Human Rights Office for South-East Asia condemns the execution of Malaysian national Prabagaran Srivijayan. It noted the increase of executions in Singapore and was concerned about how they are conducted in "secretive" manner. "We reiterate our position that drugs related offences are not considered as a ‘most serious crime’ under international law and should not carry the death penalty. We also reiterate previous calls to the Singaporean government to immediately instate a moratorium on the use of the death penalty, which we believe has no place in the 21st century."

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COURT STAYS EXECUTION FOR MURDERER AMIDST INTERNATIONAL PRESSURE

With 24 hours left before he was to be hanged for his crimes, Malaysian murderer Kho Jabing received a stay of execution on his death sentence. Jabing's lawyers had filed a criminal motion yesterday at the Singapore Court of Appeals to request a remittance of his case. The court granted the stay of execution but has not mentioned when the case will be mentioned again.

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JORDAN HANGS FEMALE ISLAMIC STATE PRISONER IN RETALIATION FOR PILOT'S BURNING

In retaliation for the burning of a Jordanian pilot by the Islamic State (IS), Jordan has hanged a female would-be suicide bomber in their custody whose release had been demanded by IS on Tuesday. Sajida al-Rishawi, the female suicide bomber, was sentenced to death for her role in a 2005 suicide bomb attack that killed 60 people.

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ISIS RELEASE VIDEO SHOWING MASS BEHEADINGS OF PRISONERS

Authorities were on Monday investigating the suspected involvement of Western extremists in the brutal video by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group claiming the beheading of US aid worker Peter Kassig. The killing of Kassig and the simultaneous beheadings of at least 18 Syrian military personnel in the video sparked global horror, with US President Barack Obama calling it "an act of pure evil". It was the latest in a series of atrocities by ISIS, a Sunni Muslim extremist group that has seized control of large parts of both those countries.

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