ニュースの中での Convict

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convict labour 囚人労働

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The Age
· Innocent bystanders: children slaughtered in Duterte's drug war  
Police officers have been convicted in just one case and of the 76 cases investigated by the Department of Justice, just 33 have resulted in charges filed against police officers.
Malay Mail
· Malaysian actor arrested for running away with 24-year-old married manager  
“It is understood that the suspect was remanded today to assist in the investigation under Section 498 of the Penal Code which carries a jail term of up to two years or a fine or both if convicted.”
Malay Mail
· In Johor, unemployed man sentenced to five months’ jail for trespassing into Istana Pasir Pelangi  
If convicted, the accused, a former hotel worker, could be sentenced to a maximum of two years or a fine of up to RM1,000 or both.
The Guardian
· Victorian court quashes Katia Pyliotis's murder conviction after judge's 'boring' lawyer comment  
Pyliotis faced three failed trials before being convicted in the fourth.
The China Post
· Huawei CFO Meng to find out if her fraud case will proceed  
China also handed a death sentence to a convicted Canadian drug smuggler in a sudden retrial.
CNA
· HSA raises alert on 2 products, including coffee product with high levels of erectile dysfunction medicine  
If convicted, sellers and suppliers could be jailed for up to two years or fined up to S$10,000, or both.
The China Post
· Spread of coronavirus fuels corruption in Latin America  
“That’s the real scandal,” said Argentine writer Martín Caparrós, co-editor of a book about the region’s most shameless stories of graft called “We Lost: Who Won the Americas Cup of Corruption?” (Spoiler alert: An Argentine vice president convicted of buying a stake in a money-printing company while overseeing its bankruptcy proceedings was voted the worst offender by readers).
The Age
· From the Archives, 1988: Russell Cox arrested after a decade on the run  
Born in Brisbane on 15 September 1946 as Melville Peter Schnitzerling, Cox was convicted of stealing a bicycle and breaking and entering in Sydney.
The Age
· Woman's murder conviction quashed after judge's 'boring' comments  
She faced three failed trials before being convicted in the fourth.
The China Post
· Vote counting in Suriname suspended due to ‘tired staff’  
Bouterse, a 74-year-old former coup leader and strongman who has been convicted of murder and drug smuggling, was hoping to ride the elections into another term despite Suriname’s economic problems, which include a foreign debt that experts say cannot be repaid and high inflation.