Tag Archives: criminal intimidation

SPF: MAN ARRESTED FOR CRIMINAL INTIMIDATION AND UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF ARMS

The Police have arrested a 24-year-old man for criminal intimidation, and unlawful possession of arms in the vicinity of Hougang Ave 8. On 19 November 2016 at about 6.55am, a 24-year-old male victim lodged a police report informing that a man had used something resembling a pistol to intimidate him when they were engaged in a dispute at a car park in the vicinity of Hougang Ave 3. The man subsequently left in a vehicle.

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BRYAN LIM GETS AWAY SCOTT-FREE FOR THREATS AGAINST GAYS?

It has been more than one month since Bryan Lim was "allegedly" charged over threatening comments. No news has been heard since. That's because nothing happened to him, and mainstream media will just sweep this incident under the carpet. (Which is pretty much their standard operating procedure for anything NOT related to WP.)

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BANGLA BF SENDS SEX VIDEOS TO S’PORE MILF’S HUSBAND & DAUGHTER AFTER BREAK UP

A foreign Bangladeshi worker was jailed for 5 months for criminal intimidation after he sent sex videos of him and a married Singaporean female to her husband and daughter. The 38 year old woman had a casual sexual relationship with the foreign worker from 2007 to 2013. The tryst broke off after the worker returned to Bangladesh. However when he returned in 2015, he tried to resume their sexual relationship but was refused. Feeling jilted, he threatened to release their sex videos of her family members.

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MAN THREATENS WOMAN WITH PENKNIFE WHILE MASTURBATING IN FRONT OF HER IN PUBLIC

A mentally ill 22 year-old Soh Wee Boon was sentenced to 4 months jail today for threatening a 24 year-old woman on 16th December last year and forcing her to watch as he fondled himself in public in front of her. However, the court backdated Soh's sentence to his remand since April this year and he was allowed to leave a free man immediately after the sentencing.

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SINGAPOREANS THAT THREATEN TO KILL ANTON CASEY ONLINE SHOULD BE PUNISHED

Mr Anton Casey’s remarks were inappropriate. By that measure, many of the responses attacking him and his family, including death threats, were inappropriate and disproportionate to his mistake. Two wrongs do not make a right. While Mr Casey did not commit a crime, threats to him or his family are criminal offences. Under the Penal Code, whoever threatens another with any injury to his person, reputation, property or family commits criminal intimidation.

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