I just watched the BBC news and felt sick.
The idiot BBC new reporter said to the family of the heroin smuggler Akmal Shaikh that 'it must be a difficult time for you'.
The guy smuggled heroin into china and got caught.
He is guilty of drugs smuggling into a nation that kills drug smugglers.
The BBC make me sick.
Whenever some ethnic with a 'british passport' is arrested somewhere in the world for drug smuggling then it is non-stop sympathetic reporting.
Compare that to their treatment of people in Britain who are arrested for the crime of 'racism' eg expressing an opinion that some liberal idiot has criminalised, then there is never any sympathy - just abuse and vilification.
It appears that in the warped mind and moral darkness of the BBC, the plight of drug smuggling criminals - especially if they are ethnics - is far more deserving of sympathy and understanding than any person, regardless of their circumstances, arrested for racism.
Racism is now regarded as more criminal than paedophilia and heroin drug smuggling.
China knows how to deal with criminals who smuggle hard drugs into their country.
Shoot them in the head then harvest their organs to transplant into people with illnesses.
Thats a policy that works.