Jail

APPEALS JUDGE DOUBLES SENTENCE FOR MAID WHO ABUSED BEDRIDDEN BOY

Although Kusrini was instructed to only place the suction cap outside the boy's nose and lips, she placed the suction cap inside the boy's mouth, which caused it to get lodged in the boy's throat when it accidentally was detached from the tube. She tried to fish out the cap from his mouth, persisting for 8 minutes even though her hand was covered in his blood.

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CUDDLES CAT CAFE OWNER NEGLECTED THE HEALTH OF CATS IN HIS CAFE TO MAKE QUICK BUCKS

The owner, Jonathan Tan Wei-De, had falsified cat health records in his application for AVA's temporary licence to keep animals for public interaction on the premises. He was alleged to fail to keep the cats in good health.

What kind of a man is this? Irresponsibly ignoring the health of the cats, just so that he could open his cat cafe and make money out of people who loves cats. Probably the health of the cats are the last thing on his mind, instead, it was all about the money. Well, spend the next two weeks behind bars and think about money. Good for you!

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CONVICTED CHC CHURCH LEADERS FACE HIGH COURT APPEAL VERDICT ON 7TH APRIL

The 6 City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders convicted of misappropriating millions of dollars for their Crossover project will finally return to the High Court on 7th April 2017. The accused will come before Judge of Appeal Chao Hick Tin, Justice Woo Bih Li and Justice Chang Seng Onn. Their appeal outcomes is expected to be announced at 9.30am. State Prosecutors have appealed to the Singapore High Court to not only uphold the convictions but to also increase the jail sentences of all 6 CHC leaders. They proposed raising Kong Hee's jail sentence from the initial 8 years to 12 years.

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FORMER PAP COMMUNITY FOUNDATION PRINCIPAL JAILED 5 MONTHS

54 year-old Anna Koh, alias Susie Koh, was sentenced to 5 months jail today after stealing cash totalling $79,136.30 from her then workplace at the PAP Community Foundation (PCF) at BLK 515, Jurong West Street 52. She was the principal of the center.

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SHOULD FTS BE ALLOWED TO DRIVE VEHICLES ON SG ROADS?

A Bangladeshi technician was today sentenced to four weeks jail and banned for driving for five years for negligently causing the death of a motorcyclist. The Bangladeshi was making a right turn in his company van on an unsignalized road, but failed to come to a complete stop and ended up knocking down the motorcycle who had the right of way coming from the opposite direction.

The motorcyclist suffered extensive brain and spinal cord injuries, and died three days later. The Bangladeshi had been working in Singapore for 10 years. Which brings to mind this question. If you come form a foreign country and have a driving licence, is it just enough to convert this driving licence into a Singapore one?

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AMOS YEE: YOU WILL NOT BE TORTURED IN JAIL UNLESS YOU'RE IN THE MIDDLE EAST

You’re not going to get tortured at all in jail, I think, unless you’re in really awful backward countries like the ones in the Middle East. The biggest challenge you'll face is most likely boredom but most people would’ve suffered years of mundanity in school or the work force, so compared to that it really is a breeze.

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