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http://news.asiaone.com/news/crime/guilty-charged-serial-murderer-sek-kim-wah-found-it-thrilling-strangle-victims


'THRILLING'


When asked how he felt when strangling Mrs Tay, Sek brought up an incident when he was nearly strangled by someone at the Singapore Boys' Home until he blacked out.

Sek said: "At first I felt discomfort. Then it was very thrilling... as if the lights were being switched on and off."




Sometimes i wonder if rehabilitation were possible?  If they had kept him permanently incarcerated, 5 lives might have been saved.

Those in Boy's Home have a propensity for crime .... better take them out of society permanently ....
"A man who has depths in his shame meets his destiny and his delicate decisions upon paths which few ever reach."

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The idea of Boys' Home is to give those boys a 2nd chance in life lah..

Was kidnapping a capital offence in the 80s? If yes, then no difference for him mah..
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The idea of Boys' Home is to give those boys a 2nd chance in life lah..

Was kidnapping a capital offence in the 80s? If yes, then no difference for him mah..

What did this fella make of his 2nd chance then? ???  ::)

How many of these boys and girls are recalcitrants? ??? 60%? 80?
"A man who has depths in his shame meets his destiny and his delicate decisions upon paths which few ever reach."