29 March 2017 Dear Mr Sudheesan I respect the fact that you have many years of experience as a criminal lawyer and, though I do not know you, my friendship […]
Dear Mr Shanmugam, I refer to the shoddy, petulant and misleading press release dated 25 March 2017 issued by your ministry : “MHA’s Comments on Amos Yee’s Asylum Application.” I […]
My first hand account of my experiences as a witness at Amos Yee's asylum hearing.
I sent this statement to Amos’s mother and lawyer to support his application for asylum in the US: Singapore teenager Amos Yee will shortly appear in court in America to […]
(Twitter) Storm in a Tea Cup. Or, How Andrew Loh and other Petty minds Politicised over the PM’s Health.
“With regards to an earlier posting I made…..” This is how Andrew Loh sometime founder/leader/editor of socio-political website TOC, now in hot water for taking foreign funding, started his written […]
The editors of the The Real Singapore, Ai Takagi and Yang Kaiheng, have been charged with sedition for stirring up ill will between Singaporeans and foreigners. Takagi has already pleaded […]
Yesterday I wrote about the #WeAreMajulah team. A group of cynics trying to whip up Nationalist fervour by jumping on the bandwagon of the #JeSuisCharlie movement that sprung up as a […]
Today PM Lee posted a letter he had received, ostensibly from an expatriate family on his Facebook page. The family thanked him for their three years in Singapore and said […]
Three weeks ago I brought you the breaking news that Amnesty International were going to recognise Amos Yee as a prisoner of conscience. This followed from my communications with the head […]
With Amos Yee’s sentencing due tomorrow, the Office of the United Nations HIgh Commissioner for Human Rights has issued a statement that sentencing Amos to reformative training is completely disproportionate […]
A few days ago I wrote about how I had received the news that Amnesty International had decided to make Amos a “Prisoner of Conscience” (Breaking news: Amos Yee :World’s […]
I have been sent this anonymous account and asked to post it on my blog. Prisoner of conscience: Raif Badawi “It is abhorrent that this cruel and unjust sentence […]
Breaking news: Amos Yee :World’s Youngest Prisoner of Conscience to be recognised by Amnesty International
Amnesty International to recognise Amos Yee as A Prisoner of Conscience.
There were a few further points that I want to add or clarify with respect to my previous post “Amos Yee: Singapore’s Youngest Political Prisoner”. Decision to Send Amos to […]
Yesterday I attended Amos Yee’s sentencing hearing at the State Courts at 9.30am. As you may be aware, Amos has refused to accept probation. The AG had asked for probation, […]
Tan Wah Piow Lawrence Wong, the Singapore Minister for Culture, Community and Youth reminds me of a second-hand car salesman when I read about his recent remarks as to why […]