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PAP Reverts Back To Its Dirty Habit Of Attacking Political Dissidents Post GE2020

I read with much concern, of latest developments surrounding the Court cases of political dissidents/Opposition MPs and can’t help but recall the words of the younger Lee siblings alleging “abuse” of various State organs, with the subsequent passionate Parliamentary speech by MP Sylvia Lim to “protect our Institutions before it’s too late”. Is it too late now? Only 12 MPs in the House can answer!

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Li Shengwu: My Uncle Bullied His Siblings and Tore the Family Apart

Li Shengwu, who was fined $15,000 on 29 July for contempt of court, said in his Facebook post that his uncle Lee Hsien Loong bullied his siblings and tore the family apart. What has the dishonourable son done to make his nephew and siblings publicly declare their contempt towards him again and again?

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Pinky Lee's Nephew Will Not Participate In Contempt Of Court Case Against Him

Pinky Lee's Nephew Will Not Participate In Contempt Of Court Case Against Him

Shengwu even indicated that the AGC had applied to strike out parts of Shengwu's own defense affidavit, with the result that they will not be considered at the trial. As for these strike out parts, the AGC also demanded that they be sealed in the court record, so that the public cannot know what the removed parts contain. Shengwu alleges that these showed the AGC were only acting for their own benefit, or that of his uncle, PM Lee. And thus, he decided that this would not be a fair trial, and thus, refused to participate in the one-sided court case.

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AGC: ALL WE WANTED WAS APOLOGY FROM LI SHENGWU, BUT HE NEVER GIVE

In claims and counter claims similar to the one that saw PM Lee and his siblings engage each party in their Oxley Road dispute, AGC had said that they offered to drop all charges in Li Shengwu apologised and withdraw his statements, but Li Shengwu had countered that the AGC had misunderstood his post, which he since ammended but did not take down.

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LI SHENGWU LEFT SINGAPORE EARLIER, FEARED HE'LL BE DETAINED

In a Reuters interview, Li Shengwu said he left Singapore for the US more than a week earlier as planned as his friends were worried that he may be detained or interrogated due to his contempt of court case. Prime Minister's Press Secretary Chang Li Lin was quick to defend the legal system by saying it is inaccurate to make such statements because it is only part of legal procedures and laws.

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LI SHENGWU SAYS NO INTENTION TO RETURN TO S'PORE TO FACE CHARGES, HAS A HAPPY LIFE & JOB IN USA

Li Shengwu, the son of Lee Hsien Yang who ran foul of Singapore's contempt of court laws told Reuters that he has no intentions of returning to Singapore to face his Contempt of Court charges filed by the country's AGC. Li has previously called Singapore's courts pliant and the government litigious. He expected to start his role as an associate professor at Harvard University in 2018 and will not be returning to Singapore. He will however defend himself through legal representation in Singapore.

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AGC STARTING PROCEEDINGS AGAINST LI SHENGWU, BECAUSE THEY CAN

The AGC has filed an application in the High Court to begin committal proceedings against Mr Li Shengwu for contempt of court. This is in connection with a Facebook post he had put up on Jul 15 that criticised the Singapore court system, said the AGC in a statement.

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LI SHENGWU: AGC SENT THREATENING LETTER WITHOUT CLARIFYING WITH ME, I DIDN'T ATTACK JUDICIARY

Li Shengwu has responded to the AGC after it said it will look into his FB post for contempt of court. In a recent post, Li said the AGC had sent him a threatening letter without bothering to clarify with him what he meant. He explained that his post was not intended to attack the Singapore judiciary and has since amended it.

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