Mrs Raji Sukumaran makes the inevitable cry from the heart but she has still not comprehended the enormity of her son’s crime. That I suppose is the prerogative of a mother, never to accept responsibility for her son’s criminality. Myuran Sukumaran never showed true remorse by cooperating fully with the police. He never made full and frank admissions and refused to provide the police with a clear and precise description of the drug importation racket he ran and organised. Mrs Sukumaran would rather cry over a bunch of deadbeats in an Indonesian penitentiary than save the young Australian lives that would have been lost to eight kilos of heroin on the streets of Sydney.