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The clock ticks…
Away from home the clock ticks for two men, guilty men, they don’t deny mistakes they’ve made, big mistakes ten years ago. Soon they will have no chance to further show remorse to live another way, to make up even slightly … Continue reading
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What price, a life?
I’m sad, distracted and personally distressed. Two young Australian men are on death row in an Indonesian jail and it seems there is nothing that can be done about it. I know the prisoners concerned are drug traffickers and I’m not excusing those … Continue reading