Tag Archives: DRUGS

GRANDSON OF METRO FOUNDER CHARGED FOR DRUG OFFENCE

Ong was first charged on Nov 1, 2014 with trafficking in cannabis, as well as possession and consumption of the drug. All these rich people who comes from a rich family, seems like they got too much moeny and time on their hands, thus dabbling in all these nonsense. Their fathers and grandfathers had built an empire from all the hard work, and the third generation have nothing better to do but destroy the good name of the family. Rich and privileged. These is what the elites are dabbling in.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC PRISON MINISTRY WITHOLD INFO ABT NIGERIAN INMATE’S FUNERAL

Chijioke Stephan Obioha, Nigerian who was first arrested in 2007 for trafficking Marijuana, was hung at dawn yesterday in Changi Prison. After his last ditch criminal motion was thrown out by the Court of Appeal on Thursday evening, it was confirmed that, bar a miracle, he would be hung when the sun rises again. Chijioke's execution brought an end to his 8 years on death row - an ordeal, which Human Rights advocate, Mr Ravi, described as 'unprecedented mental anguish.'

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MFA WARNS S’POREANS TO BEHAVE & NOT BREAK LAWS OVERSEAS

The Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a travel note telling Singaporeans to respect and follow local laws after a slew of Singaporean drug-related arrests in foreign countries. Likewise, Singaporeans abroad also have to adhere to the laws and regulations of the countries they are visiting or residing in. Violation of foreign laws could lead to immediate arrest and detention. In some countries, the judicial process could take months. Singaporeans convicted of offences overseas could face heavy fines and/or long prison sentences. For drug-related offences, offenders could face a long prison sentence or even capital punishment.

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18 YEAR-OLD GIRL FELL 7 STOREYS TO HER DEATH WHILE HIGH ON DRUGS

Around 2 weeks before 18 year-old Denyse Tan fell 7 stories to her death at the foot of her HDB block, her father recalled Denyse telling him that she could see a monster and hear children crying her room. When her father noticed that Denyse also appeared groggy, he asked her if she was on drugs. When she replied no, he believed her.

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DRUG TRAFFICKERS ESCAPE DEATH SENTENCE

High Court judge Choo Han Teck said he was satisfied that Cheong’s involvement in the act was that of a courier. Justice Choo also noted that the prosecution had tendered documents certifying Cheong had “substantively assisted” the Central Narcotics Bureau in disrupting drug trafficking activities outside Singapore.

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