A justice that heals

Josh Hong

Modified 13 Aug 2010, 8:42 am

While saddened that the Singapore president may eventually reject clemency for Yong Vui Kong, the convicted drug trafficker from Sabah, I am in some way heartened by the fact that the case has attracted much public attention and ignited debate on the ideas of crime, justice and punishment in some circles.

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