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originally posted by: hutch622
What part of they could not smuggle drugs from gaol dont you 2 understand .
This was not the first time these 2 went to Indonesia to smuggle drugs, so they knew exactly what they were doing, and what the penalty was. Chan also had mules going to Hong Kopnd to smuggle drugs back, and threaten them from prison after they were caught.
The Hong Kong deal was to run at the same time as the Bali Nine operation -
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) concluded that Sukumaran, Chan, Lawrence and Norman were part of a larger syndicate that successfully imported a commercial quantity of heroin into Australia from Indonesia on 23 October 2004.
Most Australians? I disagree, a small minority of vengeful and sick people perhaps.
Thankyou for proving my point that some people in this thread have shown how monsterous some humans can be.
originally posted by: hutch622
Hellobruce made statements , i shot them down
originally posted by: 74joff
a reply to: Kryties
Oh your such a great Actor so moving and convincing. Actually most of you lot are so easy to spot one only has to look at your avatars to see that you are phonies pushing agendas with Crocodile tears,
also the fact that you appear to be so callous about the victims of Hard Drug Dealing
you have the nerve to call me callous or monster is the height of hypocrisy
anyone can abuse pple over the internet though it is not sign of intelligence something which claim for yourself.
Emotional blackmail just like this is used by dictators to pull nations in to wars spoon fed to gullible masses with feeble emotions. Btw i dont like reptiles much I tend towards David Ickes worldview.
originally posted by: Kryties
and have been unfairly treated by the courts
originally posted by: hellobruce
Treated unfairly by the courts - because the admitted drug dealers were sentenced exactly like the signs the drug dealers saw at the airports.
But that was unfair, as they were Australian drug dealers!
Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were let down five times
The Project host Waleed Aly has cut through the political and legal red tape surrounding the two Bali Nine ringleaders, and told it straight.
Aly said he realised a lot of people had been “very understandably” emotional following this morning’s executions.
“Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were guilty men, they were criminals and ringleaders of an operation to smuggle drugs into this country,” he said.
“They were let down time and again, right up to their final hours.”
Aly listed five reasons he believed the pair were let down.
His segment sent his name trending on Twitter Across Australia.
THE AFP (Australian Federal Police)
“The AFP let them leave and told the Indonesians they were coming, knowing that this could end with a bullet put through their chest. And the AFP have never explained this.”
“The judges who would eventually convict them allegedly offered Andrew and Myuran a chance to pay $130,000 to take the death penalty off the table. They should have taken it. They probably would have taken it but they were let down by an even higher level of corruption.”
“He cared more about his image than the facts of the case or Andrew and Myuran’s rehabilitation.”
THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT
“Don’t get me wrong, the Australian Government did everything they could to save Andrew and Myuran, but that was the fourth time they were let down. I don’t want to overstate this, misrepresent it or politicise it. This is a moment I’m sure Tony Abbott regrets.”
NO SPIRITUAL GUIDE
“The pair were initially denied their right to have their chosen spiritual guides with them as they prepared to face a firing squad. The six others who were to be executed alongside them were not denied that right. Only Andrew and Myuran were.”
originally posted by: Kryties because their appeals were not fully concluded
I have made that point clear multiple times