Misappropriation

ALMIGHTY PASTOR KONG HEE TO SERVE JAIL TERM FROM TODAY

City Harvest Church's pastor Kong Hee surrendered at the State Courts and will start serving his jail term today. His sentence was significantly reduced from the original 8 years to 3 and a half years.

All the other church leaders, except Chew Eng Han, will also serve their sentences today. Their jail terms (after huge discounts) range from 7 months to slightly more than 3 years. They were convicted of misappropriating $50million in church funds, the largest amount misappropriated in Singapore.

The trial is also one of the longest-running criminal cases here and they are finally going to prison. As for Chew Eng Han, he will be bringing the case to the apex court and given time to prepare his own defence.

#GodBlessKongHee Time for a new cell group in Changi?

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AMOS YEE: GOD WOULD STONE KONG HEE FOR STEALING OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY

So if you break the sabbath, you should be stoned. Breaking the sabbath is one of God’s commands, and concerning the abovementioned verse about saving money, that seems like a command too. And I'm going to assume God would think pocketing other people's money is worse than working on Sundays. Therefore, technically under God’s rules, pastor Kong Hee, should be stoned.

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SCDF DIRECTOR STOLE 2 APPLE IPADS, SELLS ONE OF THEM TO SCDF COLLEAGUE

A former director of the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF), 63 year-old Jeganathan Ramasamy, will head back to the State Courts on Tuesday to face charges over his misappropriation of 2 iPads in 2011. He faces 2 charges of criminal breach of trust for obtaining two iPad 2 devices from NCS Pte Ltd while serving as a director of the SCDF's technology department.

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Singapore Courts: CHC finance manager must defend case in court

Sharon Tan, one of the City Harvest Church leaders on trial, will still have to defend her case in court. This follows the State Court’s dismissal of an application made by her lawyer, Mr Kannan Ramesh, to refer two questions of law to the High Court. The application was in relation to three counts of criminal breach of trust, in which Tan is accused of engaging in a conspiracy with other church leaders, Tan Ye Peng, Chew Eng Han and Serina Wee, to misappropriate church funds amounting to around S$26 million.

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Blogger Roy Ngerng takes down defamatory blog post about Lee Hsien Loong

Blogger Roy Ngerng has removed a blog post accusing the Government of "misappropriating" CPF funds, a day after he was asked to do so by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's lawyer. The health-care worker said he took down the blog post on Monday night, but is still deciding how he should respond to a letter of demand sent to him from Mr Lee's lawyer. Mr Ngerng said on Tuesday his lawyer M. Ravi would be meeting with Mr Lee's lawyers to discuss the issue.

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