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Malaysian given death sentence via Zoom

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The Singapore Supreme Court handed a death sentence to a Malaysian for drug trafficking charges via Zoom, leading to criticisms that the move was inhumane. BFM speaks to N Surendran, the advisor for Lawyers for Liberty, for his thoughts.

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