FAMILY OF DECEASED POLICEMAN SPEAKS OUT, REFUTES CRUEL COMMENTS AGAINST HIS LATE BROTHER

A family member of the late policeman Nadzrie Matin has spoken out after the insensitive comments were made about him. He rebutted claims that his late brother had issued summons for the lack of driving skills and volunteered to refund the saman money back to the disgruntled netizens. 

He also urged Singaporeans to make a report against the insensitive netizen for making such inhumane comments over a deceased loved one. Will you heed his call? 

"I believe my late brother dont issue summons for driving skills for god sake..unless u have commited a traffic offence..U can rant all you want but not in social media..

if u want ur money back of the fine issued to you if indeed it is from my late bro pls contact me i will return back to you..if not then dont bother making so much noise..

shall we make a report against this person???i just can't stand keyboard warriors…"

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