Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs has defended the conduct of judicial executions at Changi Prison. Photo: AFP Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs has defended the conduct of judicial executions at Changi Prison. Photo: AFP
Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs has defended the conduct of judicial executions at Changi Prison. Photo: AFP

Singapore uses fake news law against Malaysian watchdog that alleged ‘brutal execution methods’

  • Lion City government says ‘correction order’ will be issued to the legal reform watchdog Lawyers for Liberty
  • Group had claimed prison officers were told to kick the necks of prisoners ‘whenever the rope broke’ and that execution methods were ‘unlawful’

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Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs has defended the conduct of judicial executions at Changi Prison. Photo: AFP Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs has defended the conduct of judicial executions at Changi Prison. Photo: AFP
Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs has defended the conduct of judicial executions at Changi Prison. Photo: AFP
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