I beg your pardon, Your Highness

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  • Sunday, 15 May 2016

Turning over a new leaf: After his pardon, Rev David Wang (standing) counsels drug addicts at a rehabilitation centre which he founded. Photo: ABDUL RAHMAN EMBONG

For rehabilitated prisoners on death row, commuting their sentence to life imprisonment can allow them to rise from the ashes.

WHEN David Wang walked through the doors of Selangor’s Kajang prison in April 1998, he said to himself, “Goodbye. I won’t see you again.”

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