LAW MINISTER: SLAPPING AMOS IS "UNACCEPTABLE"

People may have strong feelings about Amos (or anyone else who is charged). But we have to leave it to the courts to deal with them. Taking the law into one’s own hands cannot be condoned. Rule of Law means respecting the legal process. If everyone starts taking the law into his or her own hands, then we will no longer be a civilised society. I hope that the attacker will be caught quickly, and is dealt with appropriately.

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AMOS YEE SHOULD FILE POLICE REPORT AGAINST HIS BASTARD FATHER

Amos Yee posted on his blog to tell the world that he had suffered under his abusive father and yet his other family members did not do anything to stop the beatings by his father. Perhaps, for his own good, he should simply file a police report against his own father for assault and apply a personal protection order from the Family Court against his own father. By doing so, Amos Yee will get more international media attention to help his case and imply to the judges that his actions were results of his family conditions.

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MAN CHARGED FOR PUSHING 1 YEAR-OLD BOY AND INJURING HIM ON BAIL

A man who allegedly caused serious head injuries to a 1 year-old boy by pushing him off a bed is out on bail today. The court had, during the previous hearing some weeks ago, ordered a S$10,000 cash bail, with a S$10,000 non-cash bail. Franklie Tan Guang Wei, 24, walked in from the public gallery and took his place in the dock when his case was called on Thursday.

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"RELIGIOUS MASTER" CHEATS OLD LADY OF $240K LIFE SAVINGS

64-year-old Leela found a flier at her door in September, which promoted a "religious master who coud change fortunes. She called the number, hoping that the person could change her fortune for the better. 10 years ago, Leela was retrenched from her factory job where she had been working for 36 years. Her husband died of a heart attack the same year and she ended up having to sell her 5 bedroom HDB flat to settle the debts. She has lived in rental flats ever since.

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2 GUTTER OIL COLLECTORS FINED $6800 FOR ILLEGALLY EXTRACTING OIL FROM GREASE TRAPS

2 illegal oil collectors were convicted for illegally extracting greasy oil waste from grease traps in April. According to the National Environment Agency (NEA) today, together they were fined a total of S$6,800. The 1st man was fined S$3,800 for illegally collecting greasy waste in Bedok North Street 1 Hawker Centre and the eateries at Yishun Street 81 and Lorong 4 Toa Payoh on 4 occasions between September and October 2014.

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SINGAPOREANS ARE UPSET WITH PAY INCREASE IN THE CIVIL SERVICE

Nisha Padmanabhan, a new Singaporean of India origin has a Masters degree conferred by Southern Pacific University, a known degree mill. This issue was discovered by a sharp-eyed Singaporean who subsequently posted his discovery on popular Singapore social media websites. IDA's response has caused discomfort among civil servants, especially among ground officers within Immigration & Checkpoint Authority (ICA) which is known by the public to be the first line of defence against dubious characters who wish to relocate and work in Singapore.

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[COMPLAIN] GETTING TIRED OF THE RAT RACE IN SINGAPORE

Recently, I'm starting to wonder if I'm slowly slipping out of the "middle class" bracket and into the "low income" bracket. My wife and I are both working and we earn average incomes, combined about 10K a month. Our children are in school and expenses are getting super high.

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AMOS YEE: MY BASTARD FATHER ALMOST KILLED ME BEFORE THE COURT TRIAL

During my childhood, my father would viciously berate me whenever he was upset with me (For cases such as when I had rubbed my eyes too much), and though I never saw it, I heard that my mother was slapped by him several times. And he did violently pin me down onto a bed when he admonished me for my Chinese New Year video a few years ago. But, the exact moment that I would I want to talk about that I feel is most indicative of his abusiveness, is the incident that happened just a few hours before my first time in court.

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AMOS YEE: MY BAIL TERMS ARE RIDICULOUS

What is the purpose of the terms of a bail? It is to ensure that one attends court. Which so far, I have quite obediently complied to. But how I am going to be punished in lieu of the terms of the bail, has absolutely nothing to do with my presence in court, but the added uncanny conditions that were placed. And now. Wow… god fucking damn, I’m really feelin that ‘Justice and equality’…

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