The Sunday Leader

Respect The Law

When Sri Lankans are sentenced for offences committed in other countries we protest, appeal and request  for clemency. Other countries do the same when their citizens are convicted overseas. Offences vary from minor to carrying drugs and premeditated murder. Is it fair to get them out by influencing the authorities?

Aren’t we as responsible people, expected to respect the judgments given by courts in other countries? It looks funny when people are convicted in our own country and nobody bothers about them.

A.G. Weerasinghe
Gangodawila

1 Comment for “Respect The Law”

  1. WEERASINGHA IS CORRECT IF THE AUTHORITIES GIVEN A JUST JUDGEMENT.

    REGARDING RIZANA CASE,IF YOU STUDDY THE SASE PROPERLY,YOU CAN EASILY UNDERSTAND THE WRONG JUDGEMENT AND FALSE ACCUSATIONS AGAINST THE POWERLESS WORKER.

    PARENTS WHO WAS GUILTY OF ALLOWING THE TEENAGER TO FEED MILK TO A INFANT IS A SERIOUS NEGLIGENCE OF PARENTS.ALSO IT WAS ACCIDENTAL DEATH DUE TO MILK CHOKING MILK DURING THE MILK FEEDING.

    ALSO WRONG TRANSLATION,NO LEAGAL ADVICE DURING INTERAGATION AND SIGNING ARAB PAPERS WITHOUT TRANSLATION ETC.. CLEARLY SHOWS WHAT KIND OF STUPID JUDICIAL SYSTEM IN SAUDI ARABIA.

    IS IT ANY SURPRISE THAT IN A COUNTRY WHICH THE ROYAL FAMILY LOOT 90 PERCENT OF THE STATE MONEY FOR THEIR OWN LUXURY,WHILE MOST OF ORDINERY PEOPLE ARE NOT OWN A HOME OF THEIR OWN?????????????.

    IS IT NOT A SHAME TO ISLAM AND JUSTICE FOR THIS KIND OF LOOTINGS OF PEOPLES MONEY AS KINGS AND ROYAL FAMILIES,WHTA A SHAME SAUDI ARABIA???????????//

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