There are few experiences as discordant as representing an innocent person who has been sentenced to death. After all, if the prisoner is innocent, he is one hundred percent sure that he did not commit the crime; yet twelve jurors have concluded, beyond a reasonable doubt, not only that he did, but that he should be executed for it.
An index showing the relative levels of perceived corruption in over 150 countries has been released today. The index shows that people in the UK believe that corruption in the country is getting worse.
David McMillan is known for escaping from the infamous Klong Prem prison in Bangkok. As one of the world’s most notorious drug smugglers who has seen the highs and lows of an illicit career path, he discusses his present attitude to drugs and the law after a life of crime.
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