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MAN TELLS SOB STORY TO CON GUY OF $2000 LOAN

On 20 may 2016 say that his wife outside got other man making him a cockhold, he need money to pay law firm divorce with her so borrow 2k from me, after 2 weeks later on 8 June 2016 say that his mother pass away in malaysia he need a loan for funeral expenses. After borrowing i discover that he never went back malaysia everything is his lie story. This bastard because of money can use his wife & mother to bring up, his mobile is uncontactable now.

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NO MERCY FOR PRC-BORN NEW CITIZEN: 1 MONTH AWOL RESULTS IN 18 MONTHS DETENTION

I felt so bad for Dr Wang Yinchu that I had to pen this column. I've been brewing on this for a few weeks now, and I just want to express by great dissatisfaction with our PAP government and their ridiculous laws, which in my mind, jeopardizes the future of young Singaporeans. Laws such as this that punishes Dr Wang for pursuing his dream of getting educated at an elite university to become a medical doctor. Come on, show some mercy, PAP.

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AWOL DOCTOR WANG YINCHU WAS “EXEMPLARY” STUDENT AND NSF

When Wang Yinchu left Singapore in October 2008 to pursue his military studies, he did so with a heavy heart. He was left with 1 month before his Operationally Ready Date (ORD), but his school term at a prestigious medical school in the University of Cambridge would begin before that. He tried asking the university for permission to matriculate later. However, the university advised him to reapply for entry the following year with no guarantee of admission. He also tried numerous times to get MINDEF to allow him to disrupt his remaining month of service, but this request was denied. Wang made appeals within the SAF and through his MP, but all these were inexplicably denied.

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I WASTED 7-YEARS FLEEING NATIONAL SERVICE

It took Jarrod a long time to cool his hot head. He has spent seven terms in detention over seven years. His current sentence is for 18 months, which can be reduced to 12 for good behaviour. He could have got out after a year during his sixth term, but got three extra months for possessing a razor blade. He said: 'I signed the extra sentence smiling.'

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