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The first part of this article took you into the court room where the battle was fought between the defence and prosecution as to whether the murderers were of sound mind. The psychiatric defence failed but could there have been a different outcome?
If you had told this team a year ago that they would be developing digital solutions, they would have laughed in disbelief. But look at them now.
Why it’s more urgent than ever we have a conversation about mediation ethics.
Much has been written about one of Singapore’s most sensational crimes which took place 40 years ago. Delving into unpublished oral history accounts, we revisit the trial which continues to intrigue long after the case was closed.