This is the second instalment in a series of two. Here, Mike shares why the prison denied him access to his family, and more instances in which his fellow inmates’ solidarity helped him resist the prison’s arbitrary cruelties.
We are deeply troubled by Ministry of Social and Family Development’s (MSF) framing of intergenerational offending in pathological terms.
A collection of letters, poems, and art addressed to Syed Suhail, who is currently on death row in Singapore.
Mike shares his harrowing experiences at the Drug Rehabilitation Centre (DRC) in Changi Prison, reflecting on class differences and sexuality.
“Friends tell me that prisoners in Singapore are always indoors. I thought I would tell you about birds I have seen near my home recently.”
The Transformative Justice Collective is shocked to see confirmation that private correspondence belonging to 13 death row inmates, including (in some cases) privileged communications with lawyers, was forwarded by the prison service to the Attorney-General’s Chambers, without these inmates’ consent.
Did you know that, under Singapore law, it’s possible to convict someone based solely on the confession of a co-accused person?
A poem for Syed Suhail, submitted as part of the #DearSyed letter-writing campaign.
In a letter to Syed, Tony shares a painting.
A brief introduction to the case of Norasharee bin Gous, an inmate on death row in Singapore.