Tag Archives: Political Asylum

AMOS YEE SAYS USA JAIL IS HEAVEN COMPARED TO S’PORE JAIL, AWAITS JUDGE TO GRANT POLITICAL ASYLUM

The first rule of political asylum is that there is no such thing as… just kidding. The first rule is that you have to be physically present on US soil, so Amos was instructed to enter the US on a tourist visa (ESTA) with a round-trip ticket from Singapore. After landing at Chicago O’Hare International Airport, the CBP (Customs and Border Protection) officer flagged him for secondary inspection where they seized his electronic devices and found text messages between Amos and me, where we had been making arrangements for his bid for political asylum in the US.

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AMOS YEE SEEKS ASYLUM IN US

According to Chinese newspaper South China Morning Post, famous blogger Amos Yee has sought political asylum in the United States of America (USA). He is currently in the custody of the USA and is seeking help from his US-based legal team which Amos had approached.

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MALAYSIAN COP CHARGED WITH ATLANTUYAA MURDER FLED TO AUSTRALIA

Pacing the green rubber floor of Sydney's Villawood Immigration Detention Centre is a man who carries a secret so explosive that it holds both sides of Malaysian politics and its media in its thrall. The former bodyguard to two Malaysian Prime Ministers, ex-police commando Sirul Azhar Umar is a baby-faced killer, convicted of a political murder so gruesome it made a nation shudder.

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH MALAYSIAN PORN SENSATION ALVIN TAN

As you all have already seen in the news, the Malaysian fugitive Alvin Tan is currently in America where he has applied for asylum. This ends speculation after many weeks of radio silence as to his whereabouts. Alvin has actually broken his radio silence with me weeks ago on Facebook at the beginning of September and we had been chatting for the last few weeks. So when he chose to speak to the press, I asked him for an interview for my blog. After all, I have had a massive spike of traffic to my blog in the last few days from people looking for information on Alvin. Given how terrible the press in Malaysia and Singapore have been when it comes to reporting this case accurately, I thought, screw them, forget those journalists, who needs them - just speak to me and let my blog be your platform. My words will be in italics.

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