Followers of Tibertan Buddhism attend a religious ritual on Lamma Island on the first anniversary of Lamma ferry collision tragedy. Photo: SCMP Followers of Tibertan Buddhism attend a religious ritual on Lamma Island on the first anniversary of Lamma ferry collision tragedy. Photo: SCMP
Followers of Tibertan Buddhism attend a religious ritual on Lamma Island on the first anniversary of Lamma ferry collision tragedy. Photo: SCMP
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Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Justice delayed is justice denied

  • More than 18 years after the Lamma ferry tragedy, the families of the 39 people who perished are still waiting for closure; let’s, at the very least, give them that

Followers of Tibertan Buddhism attend a religious ritual on Lamma Island on the first anniversary of Lamma ferry collision tragedy. Photo: SCMP Followers of Tibertan Buddhism attend a religious ritual on Lamma Island on the first anniversary of Lamma ferry collision tragedy. Photo: SCMP
Followers of Tibertan Buddhism attend a religious ritual on Lamma Island on the first anniversary of Lamma ferry collision tragedy. Photo: SCMP
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