Mary Toh

AMOS YEE'S MOTHER THANKS SUPPORTERS, HOPES THEY CONTINUE TO SUPPORT HIM IN HIS STRUGGLE

To Sandra Grossman, Kenneth Jeyaretnam, & many others whose names I don't mention publicly as they may not want to be publicised. There are really too many people & organisations helping along the way on this terribly bumpy journey. I really appreciate but can't be personally thanking individually.

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MOTHER OF AMOS YEE THANKS ALL HIS SUPPORTERS FOR HELPING HIM CLAIM US ASYLUM

Whether Amos succeeds or fails in his asylum bid in America, I wish to thank all the people who have been helping in his case in the past 3 months, in one way or another. I especially want to thank the lawyers in Grossman Law LLC. I am extremely grateful to Amos’ attorney Ms Sandra Grossman who has worked tirelessly in helping him to claim asylum.

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AMOS YEE'S MOTHER: MY SON SHOULD NOT BE JAILED FOR CRITICIZING RELIGION AGAIN

However, like all the previous times he was sent to jail, I think he shouldn’t be in there. I’m glad that this case is highlighting Singapore’s anti-free speech laws and the flawed immigration policies in the USA. I knew Amos was going to escape Singapore to seek asylum in the USA and I respect his decision and encouraged his decision to leave. He should not be sent to jail for criticizing religion again. If any reporter has any other questions to ask, private message Melissa Chen on Facebook and I might answer them in another post.

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AMOS YEE'S MOTHER PLEADS FOR SOMEONE TO TELL HER WHERE HER SON IS

So many people have been asking me where Amos is, expecting me to know. Same as all of you, I would like to know where he is. I wonder who would be the lucky one. Is he on the run? Is he safe?
Does he have enough money for food and lodging? How can he survive on his own without any help? Why has he been quiet online for so long? These are the questions that follow after 12th Dec 2015 which was the last day I saw him. He disappeared after receiving the police letter handed to him personally at our doorstep. Afterwards, he just kept quiet, and paced furiously around the house. I went to sleep at night and the next morning, he was gone.

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AMOS YEE IS REMORSEFUL & PROMISES NOT TO REOFFEND

The Courts have sentenced teenage YouTuber Amos Yee Pang Sang to 4 weeks imprisonment, backdating it to 2 June 2015. The IMH doctor's report indicated that Yee admitted to his guilt and promised not to reoffend as he realised that his actions were against the law and could disrupt social harmony.

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AMOS YEE'S MOTHER: AMOS IS TALKING TO HIMSELF & HALLUCINATING IN PRISON

Ever since Amos Yee was forced into 3 weeks remand, there has been little news about his condition. It appears that Amos is not coping well with prison and may be suffering from a mental breakdown. Is this how Singapore treats our 16 year olds? Does Amos deserve such harsh and draconian treatment?

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