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2017/11/10 | Edward White
UPDATE: Waking from a Nightmare, 16 Years on Death Row in Taiwan
As a Taiwanese man wrongly held for murder readjusts to society, he has been awarded a record settlement by the courts.
2017/08/25 | Edward White
A Taiwan Witch Burning
If it is true, Lin Yu-ru's story may go a long way in explaining how her life deteriorated to the point that she decided to kill her husband. Does it also mean that one of Taiwan’s most infamous serial killers isn’t responsible for the death of her mother and mother-in-law?
2017/05/12 | TNL Staff
Life Sentence, Not Death Penalty, for ‘Random Killing’ in Taiwan
Today's decision is significant for Taiwan where human rights groups believe defendants with mental health issues have been executed because of serious flaws in the court system.
2016/12/01 | Julia Mayer
The Slow and Steady March of Justice in Cambodia
Justice for the Khmer Rouge regime’s mass atrocities is coming slowly but surely in Cambodia, Julia Mayer writes.
2016/11/21 | Edward White
Questions over Execution and Mishandled Cremation in Singapore
Reeling from what they believe was the mishandled execution and cremation of a convicted drug trafficker last week, Singaporean lawyers are now preparing themselves to fight the next round of executions.
2016/11/02 | Edward White
INTERVIEW: Waking from a Nightmare, 16 Years on Death Row in Taiwan
'I was afraid to sleep, in case I woke up back in jail.' A man wrongly convicted of kidnap and murder, speaks about his two decades on death row in Taiwan.
2016/07/07 | Chublic Opinion
Canaries in the Coal Mine
China has been in a police state of mind lately.
2015/09/09 | 阿Ken
Retired Policeman Says Taiwan Authorities Tortured Murder Suspect into Confessing
This policeman talked to Qiu before, asking him why he confessed to the crime. Qiu said it was because the police tortured him, so he had to plead guilty first and then the court would grant him justice in the trial afterwards. However, the court never allowed him to reverse his confession.