Tag Archives: Appeal

GIRL WENT MISSING NEAR ALEXANDRA ROAD. PLEASE HELP!

The police and family of a young 14 year old girl are appealing for those with information to call them in the case of a missing person. The 14 year old girl, Noreen Jastina Abdullah, was last seen at Alexandra Road on 20 March (Monday) around 2 pm. She was then wearing a black T-shirt and black shorts. Those with any information on the whereabouts of the girl are urged to contact the police hotline at 1800-255-0000, or online at www.police.gov.sg/iwitness.

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AGC WILL NOT APPEAL JOSHUA ROBINSON’S 4 YR JAIL TERM

Singapore's Attorney Generals Chambers announced that they would not appeal against the 4 year jail sentence for convicted pedophile Joshua Robinson even though there is public disquiet over the perceived lenient sentence. AGC clarified that Robinson did not commit sexual assault and both victims (15 years old) had consented to the sexual acts and were above 14 years old, the cut off age for statutory rape. If Robinsons' victims were under the age of 14, he would have been charged for statutory rape and caning would have been administered.

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APPEAL FOR WITNESS FOR ACCIDENT AT T-JUNCTION OF WOODLANDS AVE 6 ON 16 JAN

Anybody who witness a car accident on 16/01/2017 along T junction of Woodlands Ave 6 and woodlands dr 65 at around 8 plus pm. Please pm me. My mum is caught in an accident and there are no known witness now and my mum is still in a critical condition. Please help my family. Please pm me if you saw this accident and do share around. So that we could find a witness to bring justice to this accident. Thank you.

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NAT TRANPORT WORKERS UNION – APPEALS AGAINST DISMISSAL OF 2 SMRT STAFF STILL PENDING

The National Transport Workers’ Union (NTWU) said that the appeals against the dismissal of two SMRT staff following the fatal track accident are still pending. Former assistant engineer Lim Say Heng and driver of the train that hit the trainees, Rahmat Mohd were fired in September. NTWU worked with the two ex-staff to file appeals to SMRT and the Manpower Ministry. The union assisted them in find jobs through the Employment and Employability Institute.

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