Tag Archives: Sue

PM LEE CAN SUE HIS SIBLINGS BUT SEEK NO DAMAGES TO CLEAR HIS NAME

There is a simple way to resolve the dilemma as to whether PM Lee should sue his siblings, without getting all conflicted or writing a thesis. PM Lee can sue LHY and LWL for defamation and seek nominal damages. That way, he can preserve his reputation and that of his office, and show that he doesn't practice double standards when his character and integrity are impugned.

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LOW THIA KHIANG SKEWERS PAP FOR DOUBLE STANDARDS: SIBLINGS CAN’T SUE, POLITICAL OPPONENTS SUE UNTIL PANTS DROP!

Responding to insinuations by ESM Goh Chok Tong that quoting Dr Lee Wei Ling and Lee Hsien Yang's allegation was akin to spreading rumours, WP leader Low Thia Khiang hit back and said it was the PM who welcomed the Opposition to question him vigorously. Low added that since PAP MPs were telling PM Lee to not sue his own siblings because blood was thicker than water, it was seen as a double standards. Own sibling cannot sue? After all we're all brother and sisters? But political opponents ... sue until your pants drop."

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DOES LHL DARE SUE & JAIL HIS DISSENTING SIBLINGS FOR DEFAMATION?

The next big question, would Hsien Loong dare to sue his brother and sister, the children of Lee Kuan Yew, or put them behind bars for whatever charges? The loyalists and the old guards would not allow it, the cabinet ministers would not allow it, the people of Singapore would not accept it. Doing so would be the downfall of Hsien Loong and the PAP, I think.

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PARENTS OF SEC 2 ACS BOY SUED SCHOOL FOR CONFISCATING HIS IPHONE

Parents of a Sec 2 student have sued his school, ACS (Barker Rd) for confiscating his handphone. The boy was using his iPhone 7 in class when it was confiscated by the teacher. According to the school's rules, anybody caught using handphones in class will have their devices confiscated for 3 months. The boy himself indicated that he was aware of the rule. However, his parents were relentless as they sent letters demanding the school to return their son's phone immediately. They threatened to take this to the court if nothing is done. They finally decided to take the case to court when they did not receive a reply from the school.

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