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TEEN NS BOY ADMITTED TO DRIVING OVER 100KM/H IN CARPARK, CAUSING GRIEVOUS HURT TO ANOTHER DRIVER

At aorund 5:45 pm, he stopped his car at one end of the carpark before rapidly accelerating. He was estimated to have been driving at speeds between 104 km/h and 121 km/h at the carpark.

Apart from 2 broken ribs, Teong also suffered degenerative changes to his spine, and subdural haemotoma, which is a collection of blood between the covering of the brain and brain surface. He had since removed the haemotoma via surgery.

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AMOS YEE: IN S'PORE YOU ARE GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT

So I was sharing the story of my charge with my fellow prison mates during the yard, expressing my perplexity that there would even be these things like remand or bail conditions, before you were found guilty by the judge. So then my prison mate said to me: ‘In America, you’re innocent until proven guilty. But in Singapore, you’re guilty until proven innocent.’

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AMOS YEE PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO ALL CHARGES

At the start of his 2 day trial, teen blogger Amos Yee has pleaded not guilty to both charges laid by the prosecution. He faced the charge of making offensive or wounding remarks against Christianity and another for circulating obscene imagery. If convicted of the two charge, Amos Yee who is being charged as an adult faces up to three years imprisonment, a fine or both.

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US sailor admitted accepting over $10,000 in bribes from Singapore-based defence contractor Glenn Defence Marine Asia (GDMA)

A third US sailor pleaded guilty Tuesday to accepting cash and luxury goods in exchange for classified Navy information in a bribery scandal involving ships in Asia and the Pacific. Petty officer Daniel Layug, who was based in Japan at the time and faces up to five years in prison, admitted accepting over $10,000 from Singapore-based defence contractor Glenn Defence Marine Asia (GDMA). In return, the 27-year-old gave them classified ship schedules and sensitive information about an ongoing criminal investigation into their activities.

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