Friday, November 24, 2006

Chee to be jailed!!!

http://www.gulfnews.com/world/Singapore/10084713.html
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Chee Soon Juan has committed yet another serious crime. Thank goodness our police was alert and did not let him get away this time. Singapore is now a safer country because of their actions to protect us from this cheat, liar, gangster and dishonest person.
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CSJ's heinous crime is not paying his fine for speaking in public without license. Spreading his misconceived notions that governments should be vigourously questioned, freedom is important and honesty of govt should not be trusted without transparency just cannot be allowed. It is simply criminal to spread such dangerous poisonous ideas, it creates negativity and suspicion that we don't have the one of the best govt in the world. They should fine him more and jail him longer for this high crime. I'm sure many victims of his crime are still suffering from mental stress from his poisonous ideas which are not consistent with the Straits Times, I suggest these suffering victims seek help from their grassroots leaders or read their newpapers more diligently to have their thoughts corrected.
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Unlike other law abiding citizens of Singapore, like the credit card promoters, sales promoters who always apply for license to speak in public, he has failed to do so. I'm sure given the harmful contents of his speech, the police can only do the responsible thing of denying him this license anyway. I'm glad the police had the wisdom to arrest him ahead of lesser criminals like the loan shark who once again vandalised on of the HDB blocks near my place or those pesky timeshare conmen who have been around for 3 decades.

I hope Chee learns his lesson after his jail term and reform himself. If he expresses regret for his crime we can tie yellow ribbons to welcome him back to our inclusive society.
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Singapore jails opposition leader
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From correspondents in Singapore
November 23, 2006 08:06pm
Article from: Reuters
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A SINGAPORE court jailed an opposition leader for five weeks today over his failure to pay a fine for speaking in public without a permit.
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Chee Soon Juan, one of Singapore's most vocal opposition politicians and leader of the tiny Singapore Democratic Party, committed the speaking offence on April 22, two weeks before the country's general elections.

The court initially fined him and because he refused to pay, he and two of his supporters were jailed.
"Every hour, every day, every month that I spend in jail only strengthens my resolve to fight," the 44-year-old Mr Chee told the court before the verdict was read.
A vocal campaigner for human rights and free speech, Mr Chee was jailed for eight days in March for questioning the independence of Singapore's judiciary.
He was jailed for five weeks in 2002, and 12 days and one week in 1999 for speaking in public without a permit.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr Tan,

You've quoted from Reuters?... you should have quoted The Straits Times instead. The trial was far more accurately reported. They made sure that the liar was not quoted unnecessarily. It would be good if you could stick to the proper news providers in the future. :)

Thanks

LuckySingaporean said...

Sorry a million apologies.

I took the inaccurate Reuters report only because it was available online while we have to pay for the ST one.

Anonymous said...

I think jail will not reform such unteachable dangerous fella. I propose that he should be force-read aloud the straits times in isolated cell for 5 weeks. In this way, he may be transformed to think and talk like 66.6% of Singaporeans

Anonymous said...

Since 85% of the internet information on this tiny red dot are reported to contain negative comments, the ST Interactive should be made free of charge (FOC) for access. Even better, if lucky draws and free gifts are given to anyone who reads the ST Interactive. I can only afford the free Today and its online. I am looking forward to FOC ST Interactive so that I can read all the good news about this country.

Anonymous said...

The man is not aligning himself in the image of the gods and thus has to be removed from obstructing the flow of good feng shui. The righteous officers were merely attending to their judiciary directives in compliance with the security of our most eminence.This is to send a signal to would be Chee Koh Peks that such outward display of free passion in broad daylight should not be tolerated for the sake of virgin minds.But then again, does that make the Lee Jia Lui and the Lee Ai Sue more virtuous?
With an enforced chastity belt round virgin minds to prevent gainful entry for any useful coition, we shall never know now, shall we?

Anonymous said...

I SAY SEND THAT MAN TO SENTOSA!!! THIS TIME MAKE IT 30 YEARS!!!

Anonymous said...

alamak, sentosa will have a casino-resort lah; hardly a place suitable for a jailbird!

Anonymous said...

This one is definitely not an inaccurate report; it describes Mdm Ho as a "normally careful Temasek CEO". Not all foreign reports are bad.

http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/2006/10/16/8390330/index.htm

Anonymous said...

archive/2006/10/16/8390330/index.htm

Anonymous said...

if they had been obedient...they could have enjoyed 2.7 times bonus.

lets see....2.7 of 1000$ is almost 3k$$

2.7 of 100000# is almost 300 000$$

eyes @ big @ big

can buy new house for old lonely folks liao...hehee

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr Tan,

If you cannot afford to purchase a copy of The Straits Times, you can always read it in the Libraries.

freemason said...

All ZEIG HEIL, the Policestate Authoritarian Punishers ! Worship, Bow Down, and PAY yr PACKET !
Zeig HEIL ! Zeig HEIL !! ZSEEK HEILLL !!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

"Singapore Democratic Party's Secretary-General Chee Soon Juan was on Thursday ordered to pay a fine of $5,000, or face five weeks in jail, for SPEAKING IN PUBLIC without a licence on April 22" - CNA

I see, speaking in public without a licence is a crime in Singapore.