Jail, fine for man who evaded NS reservist duties for 11 years and used fake passport
SINGAPORE — After he decided to work as a disc jockey in China, Leng Choun Keong did not bother to renew his Singapore passport or renew his exit permit for overseas employment. The Singaporean managed to evade his National Service (NS) reservist duties for about 12 years until he reached the NS statutory age of 40.
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Jail, fine for man who evaded NS reservist duties for 12 years and used fake passportSINGAPORE — After he decided to work as a disc jockey in China, Leng Choun Keong did not bother to renew his Singapore passport or renew his exit permit for overseas employment. The Singaporean managed to evade his National Service (NS) reservist duties for about 12 years until he reached the NS statutory age of 40.
Swimmers Joseph Schooling, Quah Zheng Wen to enlist for NS after deferments end: MindefSINGAPORE — Olympic swimmers Joseph Schooling and Quah Zheng Wen will enlist for National Service (NS) after their deferments to compete in the recently concluded Tokyo Olympic Games have expired, the Ministry of Defence (Mindef) said on Wednesday (Sept 16). Hopefully he will be fitter training by Mindef.
Over 5 years’ jail for chopper-wielding man who attacked elderly aunt, healthcare assistantSINGAPORE — After likely getting high on drugs and becoming intoxicated, Andrew Ng Chuan Hock assaulted his elderly aunt and struck her with a metal coin container, leaving her with an ankle fracture.
Life in jail for man with schizophrenia who killed older sister by stamping on her chestSINGAPORE — Having occasionally acted violently towards members of his family, Raja Vinayagar fatally attacked his oldest sister at the lift lobby outside their flat one day, stomping on her chest so hard that he fractured her spine and several ribs.
Nine Hong Kong activists given jail terms for joining Tiananmen vigilHONG KONG: Nine veteran democracy activists in Hong Kong were sentenced to between six and 10 months in jail on Wednesday (Sep 15) for joining a Tiananmen vigil banned by police last year. Three others were handed suspended sentences on the same charges of joining an unlawful assembly or inciting others to Jail for 6 - 10 months for peaceful assembly! Can UKSupremeCourt answer me how this decision of HongKong's kangaroo court is consistent w/ rule of law? When will UKSupremeCourt apply the legal principle in UK? StandWithHongKong save12hkyouths BoycottChina CCP_is_terrorist is now taking over our court. Just a self-deception on the existence of RULE of LAW in Hong Kong. Even the freedom to commemorate is deprived of, is the city still an international city? Even the civil society is ruined and people are silenced here, conscientious people around the world will keep on fighting totalitarianism StandWithHongKong FreeJimmyLai FreeJoshuaWong
E-scooter rider who injured motorcyclist, committed moneylending offences gets jail, caningSINGAPORE: A 26-year-old man who committed a string of offences, including riding his e-scooter on the road and colliding into a motorcyclist, was sentenced to 11 weeks in jail and three strokes of the cane on Wednesday (Sep 15). Itto Wong pleaded guilty to four charges – two for moneylending o