There are signs every where !!! its this the last days well watch this video and find out
An Ethiopian Entrepreneur ifs face execution in China because she trusted a friend. The friend ask her to transport what she thought was Shampoo Turn out to be Cocaine.
China has strict laws that do not allow drug dealers to go unpunished and this lovely woman is facing the death penalty if convicted. law enforcement is looking for the friend but her friend disappeared and now she is facing death by her self.
Maine : I have no idea why anyone would want to live or even visit China Because if you break a law chances are you are not making back to the country of your birth if the violation is serious enough. You have to becareful of who you call friends now a days.
27 year old Nazawait Abera who is an engineering graduate was arrested on drug trafficking charges and could face death if found guilty.
Maine: This was a child hood friend that set her up in China totally crazy if you ask me. Do you know how much she feels betrayed by that friend. It is not like she just met her on the plane!!!!
Family and friends are sick to there stomachs about what happened to there loved one and losing alot of sleep over it. One friend said: we are fearful and angry that this and they do not know where to go and cry.
The family have not heard from Narawit at all every since the news broke out about here arrest.
Maine: in conclusion, this is a beautiful woman that had a terrible friend that brought her to China to mark her for death with law enforcement in China. That had to be her only plan. Some how the friend made it back to Eithiopia where law enforcement caught her then some how her friend excaped law enforcement and at this time that person is on the run.I think they let her friend go!!!! There is alot of corruption in these country and someone had it out for this woman because they used a Mobb tactic!!! Its not your a stranger that kills you in the Mobb it is always a close friend that knew you for years. I hope she beats this case but iam not beating on it because she is in China.
Drug dealers kill people, destroy families and might deserve the death penalty or life in prison for their crimes, President Trump says.
Trump, speaking at a rally Saturday in Pennsylvania for congressional candidate Rick Saccone, said he got the idea from the leaders of China and Singapore. The U.S. criminal justice system, Trump said, is too soft on drugs.
“You kill 5,000 people with drugs because you’re smuggling them in and you are making a lot of money and people are dying. And they don’t even put you in jail,” Trump said. “That’s why we have a problem, folks. I don’t think we should play games.”
Trump said he recently asked the president of Singapore if that country has a drug problem.
“He said ‘We have a zero tolerance policy. That means if we catch a drug dealer, death penalty,'” Trump said.
Trump said he wasn’t sure whether the nation would be accepting of such a harsh penalty. But he said drug dealers destroy families.
“We can’t just keep setting up blue ribbon committees” that do nothing but “talk, talk, talk,” Trump said.
Trump has floated the idea before. Less than two weeks ago, Trump suggested “very strong” penalties to help address the nation’s growing problem with opioid addiction.
“Some countries have a very, very tough penalty — the ultimate penalty,” Trump said. “And, by the way, they have much less of a drug problem than we do.”
Last May, Trump congratulated Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte for a “great job” in his crackdown on drugs. Duterte has boasted about personally shooting and killing at least three crime suspects. Human rights groups and the United Nations have condemned Duterte’s vigilante-style campaign that has left thousands of suspected drug dealers and users dead.
Trump acknowledged Saturday that his idea might have dissenters.
“Probably you’ll have some people who say ‘Oh, that’s not nice,” Trump said. “But we have to do something.”