新闻来源: 知识万物 于2023-05-24 18:29:24
Not only China, but in April 2005, our country, Indonesia, convicted 9 Australians of attempting to smuggle 8.3 kilograms (18 pounds) of heroin from Indonesia. These heroin are worth approximately 4 million Australian dollars and are being shipped to Australia. Two leaders, Andrei Chen and Milan Sukumalan, were sentenced to death and executed on April 29, 2015.
The other six members were Chen Siyi, Michael Chugaj, Tan Duc Thanh Nguyen, Matthew Norman, Scott Lash and Martin Stephens. They were sentenced to life imprisonment, and the other member, Rena Lawrence, was sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment. Of course, there has been a huge public protest in Australia, and even the British Broadcast C has said that we are too strict with the execution of the death penalty.
其他六名成员分别是陈思一、Michael Chugaj、Tan Duc Thanh Nguyen、马修·诺曼、斯科特·拉什和马丁·斯蒂芬斯，他们被判处终身监禁，另一名成员雷纳·劳伦斯被判处20年监禁。当然，在澳大利亚掀起了巨大的公众抗议，甚至英国广播公司都说我们对执行死刑太过严厉。
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The Criminal Law of China clearly stipulates that a suspect who smuggles 50g of drugs (and whose purity reaches a certain value) can be sentenced to death. However, in judicial practice, Chinese courts are very cautious about the use of capital punishment. In the second half of last year, a Canadian citizen was sentenced to death for smuggling drugs. He attempted to smuggle 222 kilograms of drugs into Australia. As you can see, this number is very astonishing.
The only way to save this Australian citizen is to quickly mobilize the intelligence networks of Australia and other Five Eyes alliances to identify the drug smuggling network behind this Australian citizen. Then, provide accurate information to the Chinese judicial authorities. When the Chinese side confirms that your intelligence can indeed help us save more people, we may show goodwill and only sentence Australian citizens with a reprieve of death. Similarly, according to Chinese judicial practice, the suspension of execution of the death penalty is usually around 27 years in prison.
Let me be more specific. When he is sentenced to death with a reprieve, he will be sentenced to two to four years in prison. Later, during this period, if he performs well in prison, his death penalty will be commuted to life imprisonment. After approximately 3 to 5 years, life imprisonment may be reduced to 20 years in prison.
It’s still very heavy, right? But at least he can survive.
Don’t worry, he can still become a useful person to society. You know that Chinese taxpayers do not pay for prisoners, so they usually work 48 hours a week in prison to earn living expenses. Their remaining salary will be paid to them when they are released from prison. I assure you that prisoners in prison can usually learn some professional skills.
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5. This guy got into trouble due to smuggling methamphetamine, which brings me to my last point: I am an American, know a methamphetamine addict, and my ex-wife. When I was in the military, my first wife began to mix up with some unsuitable people. She often steals money from me to buy drugs and parties, and over the years, she has ruined my credit because of the people around her. She almost caused my son to be kidnapped, and she herself was almost killed by the kidnappers. My son hasn’t seen his mother for almost two years, maybe because she’s either in prison or taking drugs. Methamphetamine addicts are notorious for theft, burglary, violent crimes, abandoning children and destroying communities – this is not a crime that should be despised… China has never compromised on the drug issue.
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Later, the British discovered a highly addictive plant in India: opium. However, despite the negative effects of opium on the body, the British still use it as a bargaining chip in exchange for more tea. Essentially, opium is now used instead of tea.
Shortly after, the Qing government discovered the side effects of opium and decided to ban it. However, this angered the British and led to the outbreak of the Opium War, thus beginning China’s “century long humiliation”. During this period, the Chinese people were enslaved and tortured, and millions died. Although this was only a short period of Chinese civilization, it did leave very serious scars.
After years of chaos, when the People’s Republic of China was established in 1949, the new government decided to strictly prohibit all drugs. Anyone caught selling or producing these drugs will face severe punishment, usually the death penalty. This symbolically indicates that the Chinese people have finally “stood up” and left behind the dark past of a century of humiliation.
At present, the production of opium and other medicinal drugs is strictly monitored and controlled, and China adopts a zero tolerance attitude towards drugs.
Australian citizens who smuggle drugs have blatantly violated Chinese national laws and poisoned Chinese people.
As is well known, drug trafficking can be punished by the death penalty. Essentially, this person, whether Australian or not, is a convicted criminal on par with a murderer.
The United States will not intervene on behalf of a criminal, nor will Australia. If we don’t launch a full-scale war (sanctions will not produce any results), there is nothing we can do. Although this will still not succeed, considering that China’s current military strength far exceeds that of the Qing Dynasty, possesses an unknown number of nuclear weapons, and has an overwhelming missile advantage in the Asia Pacific region. For China, the United States, and Australia, it is not worth fighting for a criminal.
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China, like other Asian countries, has very strict laws on drug smuggling, mainly due to the destructive effects of opium trade spread by Western, mainly British colonizers. After all, that’s why China had two Opium Wars in the 19th century – they lost, leading to humiliating colonization by Britain and France, followed by Russia, Germany, the United States, Italy, the Austro Hungarian Empire, and Japan – until the liberation and establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949. The trade in opium and other illegal substances was immediately prohibited.