I think in this case, protesting the ownership and boycotting might be the best thing to do because it appears there is a chance of executions of those of the convicted.
If we were talking about 20 year prison sentences being handed out, then, maybe “going to the source” and seeking to convince these people on this would be a proper choice.
It appears Brunei is undergoing a change into Sharia Law.
You know what else might happen? Baptisms may become forbidden.
Baptisms in Doubt as Brunei Readies for Sharia Law
A Catholic priest warns that Baptisms would have to cease under the new laws.**
Brunei intends to introduce in the near future sweeping changes to its legal system, adding a heavy dose of Islam and moving the country closer to Afghanistan, Pakistan and about a dozen other countries in the world where Sharia law is widely enforced.
Under Brunei’s Sharia law system, practices considered barbaric and illegal by some, like the stoning to death of adulterers and the amputation of limbs for theft, will be enshrined in the state’s legal system. Also banned is the propagation of religions other than Islam or atheism. The offense will carry a $20,000 fine and or a prison term of up to five years.
This has compromised the 30,000 Filipinos living in Brunei and prompted a warning from a Catholic priest in the tiny, oil-rich sultanate that there will be no baptisms.