How do you stop drug mules coming through Hong Kong? This priest has an answer

March 21, 2014

As Hong Kong's authorities struggle to stem the flow of drug mules arriving in the city, an elderly prison chaplain has started a campaign to make potential couriers think twice - and it appears to be working. A resident of the city for 29 years, Father John Wotherspoon is the driving force behind a recent initiative to encourage convicted drug smugglers to write letters home and spread awareness of the perils of bringing narcotics into Hong Kong.Read the full story here.