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Piper Caught In Controversy Over Brunei’s Anti-Gay Laws

Credit: M600: Piper
Piper Aircraft Co., owned by the government of Brunei, has become entangled in controversy amid a global outcry related to Islamic Brunei’s brutal sex laws.

 

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