I don't believe he should, not because he is in any way to be held up as something he is not, but simply and only because I don't believe in the death penalty. Am I going to lose sleep over this man's life - no. But I do believe that the death penalty is wrong. The media have a lot to answer for in propelling this whole debacle into a media circus that has seen him given near Martyr status. Will the zealots who are lighting candles and sitting in vigil take the same action whenever a human being is sent to their death at the hands of a state executioner - I seriously doubt it. A touch hypocritical don't you think ? It's sad that a man has to die at the hands of society that believe in the death penalty. It's sad that a man has to die at the hands of anyone or anything other than natural causes. But a minutes silence for a convicted heroin smuggler regardless of his motivations ? No thanks.