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“Left in the lurch” – a family’s plea for Kho Jabing

It was a clinical, bureaucratic process. Police officers collected identity cards and passports, taking down our details, down to home addresses and phone numbers. Lenduk and Jumai hovered behind Priscilla – a co-founder of the anti-death penalty group We Believe in Second Chances – as she spoke with the officers stationed outside the Istana, uncertain as to what to do.

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