The Ninth Coffin

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“If we do not continue this debate, it will be treading on a dangerous path to a democracy that gives a free pass to a government whose system has allowed so many of us to die.
If we do not continue this debate, we may as well have let Mary Jane take that bullet to the heart on the dawn of April 29.”

Stories in Between

Her death was set.

Nine coffins were brought to Nusakambangan island in Central Java earlier that day; they were to be filled with bodies of whom Indonesia considers the worst criminals.

So bad that they deserved to face a firing squad of 10 and have a bullet pierce through their heart, and then through the head at close range should their bodies survive the first blow.

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