AGC: ALL WE WANTED WAS APOLOGY FROM LI SHENGWU, BUT HE NEVER GIVE

Dear A.S.S. Editor

In the least surprising news of the day, the High Court gave the AGC permission to continue with the contempt of court proceedings against Li Shengwu over a Facebook post he made on the judiciary.

The AGC was given until 4 September to file the necessary documents which will be served to Li Shengwu, which is more than enough time for the AGC to do so.

In claims and counter claims similar to the one that saw PM Lee and his siblings engage each party in their Oxley Road dispute, AGC had said that they offered to drop all charges in Li Shengwu apologised and withdraw his statements, but Li Shengwu had countered that the AGC had misunderstood his post, which he since ammended but did not take down.

Another saga to contend with, but perhaps this one is more obvious. There can only be one winner.

Gavin Ng

A.S.S. Contributor

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