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APPEAL FOR WITNESSES OF FATAL ACCIDENT AT DAWSON ROAD

A blue lorry was seen stopped in the middle of the road after hitting an old man which was lying on the road side. The driver shifted his lorry (before TP arrive) to give way to the traffic. I would like to appeal for any eye witness or if your car has installed with camera and you are at the scene.

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RECKLESS MERC DRIVER SHOULD BE CHARGED & PUNISHED FOR MURDER, NOT DANGEROUS DRIVING

This AYE fatal "accident" case has to be closely examined so that the right penalty is given. Clearly, this is no different from terrorism as the mercedes driver was out to kill. This is not like racing for fun, beating traffic lights for convenience... all these acts are reckless, because they have no intention to kill. the driver fully aware that he is driving in the wrong direction, he was driving at high speed and show no intention to be drive safely (on his hazard light or drive on road shoulder). This Merc driver is no different from being a murderer and should be sentenced as so.

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MOTHER WHO ABUSED TODDLER SON TO DEATH, JAILED FOR 8 YEARS

A mother, Noraidah Mohd Yussof who abused her 4 year old son till he died of serious head injuries was jailed for 8 years imprisonment by High Court judge Lee Seiu Kin. Judge Lee rejected the defence's claim that she was suffering from Asperger's syndrome which affects how a person interacts with others. In March 2012, she pushed Mohammad Airyl Amiral Haziq Mohamed Ariff and stepped on his ribs after she became irritated during her attempts to teach him the alphabets.

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MY SON NEARLY DIED AFTER ALLERGIC REACTION TO SAF ANTI-MALARIA DRUG MALOPRIM

After my son's case I have come to form the opinion that we are all being exploited just like our ordinary working Singaporeans are being exploited without minimum salary hence the influx of cheap labour. Let me explain why. When our son was a recruit he was given anti-malaria drugs. Our son have record of allergy to some medication. Each time he was given anti-malaria drugs he would fall ill, developing fever and skin rashes. Instead of further investigation they loose no time in sending our son home.

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