Not sure if this is as much of a secret as the mostly Western harm reduction websites make out – although Kuala Lumpur has not officially announced its abolition, what actually happens (I have noticed this for a few years now) is folk who are unfortunate enough to get caught seem to all get charged with amounts which are literally 5-10 miligrams just below the “compulsory death penalty” trigger amounts, and therefore get a combination of prison sentences + compulsory rehab (this last is slowly being replaced with “European style” voluntary rehab clinics)
MY does not appear to have executed anybody for drugs offences for some years, SG and ID stopped use of the death penalty in the mid 2000s as an experiment (unfortunately ID has reintroduced it recently and is giving mixed messages about whether or not it is considered as a suitable method there).
At the same time MY does not want to end up as a “drugs tourist” destination nor have half of the Phillipines all turning up at the borders (consider what has happened here in Europe following war in the Middle East), so are playing it safe at the moment…
Malaysia’s ?Secret Moratorium? On Capital Punishment for Drug Trafficking | TalkingDrugs
Quietly, instead of a quiet, quite bubbly, bloody, quite horrific sounding thing as the victim strugles for breath but is instead subjected to what by every single intake of “breath”, it is blood and there is no stopping it, nut those sadisyic fucks know nothing about the concept of putting somethingt out of its misery or someone wuld have bought Donald Trumps parents some birth control :lol_big_
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