Yong Vui Kong, a 24-year old Malaysian, was sentenced to mandatory death in January 2009, for trafficking 47 grams of Heroin into Singapore. He had exhausted his appeals by August 2010 and he’ll be hanged anytime! He can only escape execution if the Singapore President grants clemency.

Please click here to sign the on-line petition to appeal to  Singapore President to grant Yong the clemency

杨伟光在19岁时遭毒枭诱骗运送47.27克海洛因,而被新加坡法庭判死刑,但新加坡政府违反法律判破坏了他要求宽恕程序。他随时都可能被问吊!

请在点击此以签署恳求新加坡总统纳丹特赦杨伟光的请愿书

Yong Vui Kong, seorang warga Malaysia, hidupnya mungkin bakal ditamatkan pada usia 24 tahun.  Yong melakukan kesilapan pada usia 19 tahun, ditangkap kerana mengedar 47.27 gram heroin di Singapura dan dihukum gantung sampai mati pada 7 Januari 2009. Yong hanya boleh dielakkan hukuman mati jika dia mendapat pengampunan  dari Presiden Singapura

Sila klik disini untuk menandatangani Rayuan kepada Presiden Singapura untuk mengampunkan Yong

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9 Responses to

  1. dennis says:

    Please give him a chance

  2. Christine says:

    he still young, please give him a chance, 由于他来自破碎家庭,教育程度不高,又来自沙巴,被老板利用犯错时才19 岁,现他已觉悟了,正在修行及修佛,他在牢里也渡其他的死囚,愿社会能给他一个重新做人的机会,给他轻判,好让他渡众生,贡献社会,
    最大祸首应是他老板。试问假如是您们的子女,您们该如何呢?死刑未必是唯一的办法。

  3. chern lee says:

    各位官员们。。。如果一天你们放下了身段,再想想杨伟光就是你们的儿子,你们会怎么做。。。你希望自己的孩子被问吊处置还是希望各界给他第二次重活的机会呢?谁能无过,虽然他走错了路,是生是死都还是个未知数,但小草还是希望上天会帮助他过了这次的关卡,重获自由好好改过自新,毕竟他还年轻!阿弥陀佛。。。

  4. Swen says:

    如果死刑能让他觉悟自己的过失,请问他可有改过的机会?人非圣贤,熟能无过!

  5. 理智的人 says:

    毒品对家庭,社会甚至国家带来极大的危害。马来西亚报章上有报导过关于毒品在仁嘉隆新村的泛滥以及对当地青年负面的影响。鉴于此,社会应对毒贩施与最高刑罚,绝不能手软。杀一儆百!
    试想,如果你家人生活在能随意得到毒品的环境,你会有什么感受?

  6. compass says:

    Take the remainder of this life to regain strength spiritually. Death sentence is harsh but also harsh is the past karma. We can only bless you so that you gain merits to negate your demerits.

  7. jimmy chu says:

    Please give him another chance, 22 years old, there’s so much more to life
    to learn.

  8. JaneDoe says:

    Well, for the past 18 years and 6 months of his life, what has he learned? Giving a chance to him would mean giving chances to other men and women who does the same thing as he did. Unless he can prove himself innocent, then he has the right to appeal.

    I say, he knows what he was going into at the moment he decided to traffic drugs.
    Pray for a miracle to happen to save his life.

    • anieyo says:

      Jane, how can you be so heartless. Nobody is perfect; we all make mistakes. Vui Kong was a teenager when this happened. Are you saying that you have never made a bad mistake in your life, or even as a teenager?

      Vui Kong, we are with you. Stay strong.

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