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COURT FORECLOSED M RAVI'S FLAT WITHOUT CONSIDERING HIS ILL HEALTH

The Court foreclosed M Ravi's HDB flat even though he was too ill to appear in court. Despite having the relevant medical documents to prove his ill health, the court did not relent. Our reader is asking for Singaporeans to donate to M Ravi who may become homeless when he gets discharged. After all, he has always been fighting for people's rights and was never concerned about funding for himself.

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FT FAMILY JUMPS FROM SG TO UK, FAIL TO SCAM UK GOVT OF WELFARE BENEFITS

A foreign talent of South Asian origin, who lived in Singapore since 2015, has been ordered by the UK court to give up 2 of her children to be placed in foster care in Britain after she failed to scam the UK government of welfare benefits. The UK High Court has decided that the children would be put up for adoption instead of reuniting them with their parents.

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SAF IS NOT A HEARTLESS UNCARING ORGANISATION, DON'T JUDGE SO QUICKLY

Whenever incidences like these happen, we tend to be quick to judge and put the blame on the SAF. Sometimes, things gets out of hand and the issue(s) become(s) politicised and a lot of anti-establishment feelings are generated. Some worry that their sons or possibly daughters will not be properly cared for by the SAF. Some might form the impression that the SAF is heartless. So, is the SAF a heartless and uncaring organisation? I feel compelled to share my story. Nothing drama.

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AMOS YEE'S LAWYERS WANT NON-CHRISTIAN JUDGE FOR APPEAL CASE

According to the lawyer representing Amos Yee, Amos's defence wants a non-Christian judge to hear Amos' appeal when his case goes before the High Court. In a previous article, it was reported that Amos had said on his Facebook that he would appeal both his conviction and sentence. His lawyer Alfred Dodwell filed the notice of appeal on 9th July, 3 days after Amos was released from remand.

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THE JUDGE IS TRYING HER BEST TO NOT GIVE AMOS YEE A CRIMINAL RECORD

Almost no credit is given in cyberspace that the judge iseems to be trying her best to uphold the law while looking after the long term welfare of Amos. Actually I see a judge desperately trying not to give Amos a record. When he flaunted bail conditions he tied her hands. She’s in a really difficult place. To let him go free is setting a precedence for others to disregard rules as well.

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