Tag Archives: Terry Xu

TOC EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: S’POREANS ARE LIVING UNDER DYNASTIC RULE, AFRAID OF OFFICIAL’S WRATH

You know the very fact that people whom I help, are afraid of repercussions from the authorities in processing their case should have been a clear example of how authoritarian this govt is. Despite whether or not, the people had the facts on their side, nor that it was the civil servants that are in the wrong. I feel like Singaporeans are living in the era of the dynasty rule where commoners have to be wary of the wrath of the officials who have two mouths.

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TOC REPORTER FILES POLICE REPORT OVER POLICE IMPERSONATORS

On Wednesday, just after the gun carriage procession of Mr Lee's body, I was pulled to the side in Dhouby Ghaut MRT station by two plain clothes policemen saying that SMRT has reported that people were carrying bulky items in the station. And I was detained for about twenty minutes odd as I had to wait for two officers from Tanglin Police Station to do a search of my camera bag and to record my NRIC. Have written to the police and SMRT to clear up the doubts I have over the incident before I write in full what happened.

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