THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE SUIT BETWEEN LEE HSIEN LOONG AND ROY NGERNG

MAY 27:
  •  PM Lee sends lawyer's letter about the e-mails and YouTube video
  •  Mr Ngerng offers $5,000 as damages and suggests each side bears own costs
MAY 26:
  • Mr Ngerng agrees to PM Lee's demand to remove four blog posts, including those published on May 20 and May 24, and a YouTube video by 5pm or face aggravated damages
  • Deadline for written offer of damages and costs pushed to May 28, 5pm
  • Mr Ngerng sends two e-mails – to recipients that include local and international media – republishing offending posts and makes the YouTube video private instead of removing it
MAY 24:
  • Mr Ngerng uploads post and video about CPF
MAY 23:
  • Mr Ngerng apologises, asks for damages to be dropped
  • PM says no, asks for offer of damages and costs to be made by 5pm, May 26
MAY 20:
  • PM Lee agrees to let him respond by 5pm on May 23, instead of May 21
  •  Mr Ngerng publishes new post on CPF
MAY 19:
  • Blogger removes the May 15 post
MAY 18:
  • Mr Ngerng gets a lawyer's letter from PM Lee, asking that he take the post down immediately, apologise and make a written offer of damages and costs
MAY 15:
  • Blogger Roy Ngerng publishes post alleging Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has misappropriated CPF savings

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