AMOS YEE IS MORE MATURE THAN MOST PEOPLE THINK

Reading the article where TOC interviews his bailor Mr. Vincent Law has really given me an insight on who Amos Yee is as a person. When Amos was taken back into remand, I had assumed 2 things. Either Vincent Law does not have the $30,000 to front or Vincent Law offered $30,000 to the front and Amos Yee declined his proposal.

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FIREMEN REMOVE METAL RING FROM MAN'S PENIS

Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) had more than their hands full after a man turned up at their emergency ward with a metal ring stuck around his scrotum. Doctors had to call in the Fire and Rescue Department to assist them in removing the ring from the man's private parts.

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MRS YEE BROUGHT AMOS YEE TO SEE PSYCHIATRIST AT IMH

It was also revealed that Amos Yee's mother brought him to IMH to see a psychiatrist on April 3. But after two sessions, the 16-year-old refused to go anymore. With this new development, the prosecution offered to lower his bail amount and do away with the requirement that he reports to Bedok Police Station every morning, if he agrees to continue to see a psychiatrist.

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BERTHA HENSON'S FAILED ATTACK ON THE WORKER'S PARTY

I am a openly a Workers' Party supporter. I have lived in Hougang for the past 10 years and I am not afraid to declare my support for my party upfront. But you on the other hand like to hide behind "neutrality" and pretend to be an independent journalist. Truth is you are not independent at all. You are a typical PAP IB trying to smear the Workers' Party, which is the only party that is fighting for Singaporeans today. Just take a look at the unwarranted attack you launched on the WP today.

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LAWYER: BLOGGING IS LIKE DRINKING WATER TO AMOS

Defence lawyers Alfred Dodwell and Ervin Tan had sought a reduction of Amos' S$30,000 bail amount and for him to be allowed to post content online before his trial is completed. The latter condition was too broad and disproportionate, they argued. Amos has been on social media since he was eight and social media engagement is akin to drinking water for the teenager, they said. But DPP Hay argued that Amos had already breached his bail conditions by making two blog postings while he was out on bail. The prosecution was prepared to agree to a lower bail amount and not to have him report to a police station daily if Amos agreed to go for counselling.

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INDRANEE: MY RESIDENT KEEPS THROWING TEABAGS ONTO PALM TREE

After the Cleaner Appreciation event yesterday afternoon (see post below), I took a walk around the common space at blks 128, 129 and 130 Bukit Merah View and checked out the environment. Was dismayed to see this palm tree adorned with tea bags, obviously thrown from a higher floor and which had snagged on the leaves and branches. It was like a Christmas tree except that instead of pretty ornaments, this poor tree was festooned with used Dilmah tea bags!

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NOT ALL PRC PEOPLE ARE LIKE THE TWO ABUSIVE WOMEN IN VIRAL VIDEO

I hope you will give PRC people a chance and not stereotype all of them as uncouth, abusive, rude people. They are really not. Out of all the PRC people I have met in my life, most of them are civil and courteous people who treat others with respect. Target the act, not the individual, not the nationality, race or religion.

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