The following are letters, poems, and reflections written by Datchina, Kalwant, Nagaenthran, Pannir and Syed on their experiences being on death row, and their messages to loved ones. Letters from Datchina What allows me to be alive today? Is it the words from the judge, the law, my family, me or God? If man hasContinue reading “Letters from Death Row Inmates”
“I hope we can move towards a more loving, gracious, compassionate, and unified society that wants to understand, not just punish.” The following letters and artwork were created by people who attended the Stop The Killing events. Many expressed solidarity with people on death row and echoed calls to abolish the death penalty. Letters toContinue reading “Letters to Death Row Inmates”
“Nagaenthran has served his time. [He] is not a danger to Singapore, we are a danger to him.”
Our summary of Nagaenthran’s Court of Appeal hearing on 1 March 2022, and its implications for prisoners on death row with disabilities. What is Singapore’s stance on international law? Why don’t our domestic laws protect those with ‘abnormality of mind’?
21 civil society groups have come together to urge the Singapore government to pay heed to calls for clemency for Nagaenthran K Dharmalingam.
A plea for clemency from Nagen’s mother has been submitted to President Halimah Yacob and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
Over 200 loved ones of prisoners on death row appeal to President Halimah Yacob to pardon Nagaenthran K Dharmalingam and abolish the death penalty.
Transformative Justice Collective unequivocally condemns the sentencing and imminent execution of Nagaenthran a/l K Dharmalingam by the Singapore Prison Service (SPS).
Singapore, where is your heart? Where is your conscience? Not only have you broken a family into pieces, you are giving them harrowing memories to live with for the rest of their lives.
All this admin and bureaucracy needs to be done, and done in such a rush, for no other reason than the fact that the Singaporean state has decided that it wants to execute someone now. This is what abolitionists mean when we say that there is no murder more pre-meditated than capital punishment.