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SERINA WEE SEEN CRYING BEFORE COURT APPEARANCE TO BEGIN JAIL TERM

5 of the City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders sentenced to jail for misappropriating church funds arrived at the State Courts today to begin serving their jail terms. CHC founding pastor Kong Hee, 52, was the first to arrive. He spoke to church members outside the courtroom, some of whom appeared tearful.

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CHC MEMBERS WHO SAY KONG HEE NOT WRONG COMMIT AN EVEN GREATER CRIME

City Harvest Church - the court case looks to drag again and as their sentences get halved and then the government seeks to reinstate the original sentence. (which is very rare as far as I know). To me, the worst people are not the people standing in courts. Not Kong Hee. Not his wife, Sun Ho. Not Serine Wee. Not Tan Ye Peng. Not Chew Eng Han. Not Sharon Tan. Not John Lam.

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THE TRUE WINNERS OF THE CHC TRIAL? LAW FIRMS REPRESENTING CHC

The trial of the 6 City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders may not be Singapore's longest running trial, but it is the most expensive trial in the country's history. According to a senior lawyer, Foo Cheow Ming, each of the defendants may have to fork out at least $1 million more as the Attorney General's Chambers (AGC) has referred the case to the Court of Appeal.

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AGC APPEAL COULD UP KONG HEE & CHC SENTENCES TO 20 YEARS

The Attorney-General's Chambers' decision to file a criminal reference to the Supreme Court could redefine all future sentences for church and charity leaders in Singapore and see Kong Hee and the other City Harvest Church leaders' sentences increased to up to 20 years, say law experts.

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ONLY PEOPLE HURT BY CHC SAGA IS THE CHC FAMILY, NOT THE PUBLIC OR GOVT

I am a member of CHC since 2002 and though we are not perfect, we aim to be a church that blesses and give. Our community service arm gives to the less privileged regardless of race and religion. All our works are a reflection of the positive values in our leaders. Quite contrary to most charitable organizations, church funds are raised internally and voluntarily. The givers have a clear idea what they are giving to and the leaders are accountable to the givers.

I am afraid the public has been misled by the media to think that our leaders have perhaps taken money from the public to spend on their personal lives. If that is truly the case, I am sure our honorable legal system would have already captured that. But coming from someone who followed the case from the first trial to the last, I have not heard of any such findings.

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LAWYER EXPLAINS WHY CHC SENTENCES LESS THAN MAN WHO STOLE FROM MOSQUE

When the High Court halved the sentences of City Harvest Church leaders in its recent judgement, Singapore's social media exploded with anger and disbelief. Many netizens felt that the court was being too lenient to founding pastor Kong Hee and his management team, who embezzled over $50 million in church funds to fund his wife's lavish pop star lifestyle in the United States.

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CHC TARGETS PRI SCHOOL KIDS TO JOIN THEIR EVENT?

My son got this leaflet they were distributing outside his primary school. He showed it to me and I realized it was an invitation to City Harvest Church. The name of the church was hidden in the fine print as you can see from the image.

They purposely put the church name in the fine print below. No where at the top does it say CHC. But this is disgusting, targeting primary school kids.

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