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Rhonda
Thu, 5 Mar 2015 12:45 EST
Bali 9
PLEASE don't murder these 2 boys....it definitely sounds like a double standard in this country. If this happens my intention is to never ever visit this country and to encourage my friends and family to do the same.
John price
Thu, 5 Mar 2015 00:45 EST
Clemency or murder
Your new president is showing all the weakness of a little joko. Grow up in the eyes of the world and your own country and let our two citizens live. If they are murdered on your watch may you and your country rot in hell. John .Price
Jessi Grace
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 21:08 EST
Indonesia's Prison System
The Consul General in Sydney
for Indonesia.

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing to you to express my admiration for the Indonesian prison system which has transformed the lives of the two Australian drug smugglers, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran. Far from being criminals now they have become reformed and fine young men with the potential to influence their world for good. This is something we in Australia aspire to in our prison system and sadly too often fail.

I know too that under our current government Australia's human rights' record is not to be admired. That does not mean that Indonesia cannot show Australia up by proving itself to have a much better human rights record!

My hope then is that you will do whatever you can to influence your government and your President to halt the planned execution of these two Australian men so that they may continue to be the better men they have become while in Kerobokan Prison.

It seems illogical to me to spend so much time and energy on reforming them so successfully only to kill them at the end. Please do what you can to spare them so that they may continue to influence others for good in the prison system. I have heard that they are admired by other prisoners and by those that guard them. They are also greatly admired here in Australia, not for their terrible crime of drug smuggling but for the good men they have become over the last ten years.

It is heartbreaking for us all to listen to the news from Indonesia at the moment.

Thank you so much for reading my email.

Yours very sincerely and with respect,

Jessi Grace.
Bev
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 19:52 EST
Execution
Please stop this execution it is barbaric. People avoid travelling to Indonesia it will hurt them financially, also the government need to stop being so generous with funding this country, who don't respect Australian lives
Brad
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 17:27 EST
Hi, please allow me to introduce myself; I am Brad.
It is not erudite or mentally healthy to approve the killings of another human life.
We live in a world where there is a global effort to share and care for one another.
Please, I beg you; do everything you can to save these lives.
You can do this!

I encourage you to contact me so we can discuss in greater detail.





With kind regards, Brad






bradlyturvey@gmail.com
ANNETTE HEINJUS
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 09:24 EST
There government should be charged with pre mediated murder Olá
Anniejean
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 02:04 EST
Death penalty
Spare a thought for the undoubtedly very young soldiers who will be chosen to be executioners.the consequences for their lives can only be imagined.
Even a very short perusal of the history of the death penalty shows a preponderance of very young or very disturbed individuals among the executioners
les92
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 01:28 EST
Government murder
These two drug smugglers done the wrong thing and broke the law. They have spent nearly ten years in prison and have shown that they are rehabilitated, so what good will killing them achieve. Yes it will make your small minded president feel powerful but how much damage will it do to your country's reputation.
We have seen much slaughter lately being carried out by the daesh in Syria and Iraq and if these two are shot then Indonesia will be lowering their standards to that of daesh
Debra
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 01:21 EST
Andrew and Myuran
Your country is committing cold blooded murder on these men. There is no reason to murder them, they have already paid for their crime and could help others. I will never visit Bali again if these men are murdered. You are showing your country to barbaric instead one of compassion and forward thinking. It will be a bad day for Indonesiaif you go ahead with this. Mercy you may need it one day.
Terry
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 01:07 EST
Executions
It's barbaric to keep a person alive for so long then shoot them.

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