There are times when people who represent a cause act in ways which contradict it. This is one of them. Amos Yee’s latest attempt to justify his molestation allegation whilst continuing to smear the reputation of his former bailor is not an act that serves the cause he represents; only himself. I believe we ought...
"The whole idea of freedom is that people should feel and sense the freedom,” said Amos Yee’s lawyers in a nine-page plea for Amos Yee to receive a light sentence....
District Judge Jasvender Kaur explains her decision in a 16-page written judgment. Here's a simple breakdown of her reasoning on the obscenity conviction....
In Singapore, it is illegal to raise questions that suggest a Prime Minister may be corrupt — that is now considered defamation. It is also illegal to engage in idle talk that sanctions violence against the state, even if there is no real possibility that people will take action — it is considered sedition. Now, public prosecutors are trying to expand the definition of obscenity laws to criminalise political satire which depict sex acts. Today’s verdict will determine both Yee’s fate and that of all Singaporeans....
On Sunday, May 5, Dr Yaacob Ibrahim said his decision to shut down The Real Singapore (TRS) was justified because the Singapore Government had “enough evidence to show that all the materials are very egregious and can cause a lot of racial unhappiness.”...
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