Singapore Prison files report against U.S citizen and former inmate for revealing the identity of 13 HIV positive inmates

Singapore Prison files report against U.S citizen and former inmate for revealing the identity of 13 HIV positive inmates

18/2/2019 7:20:00 AM

US citizen Mikhy Farrera Brochez, has disclosed the names of 13 HIV-positive inmates to certain government agencies and media outfits.

Singapore Prison files report against U.S citizen and former inmate for revealing the identity of 13 HIV positive inmates

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Singapore Prison Services files police report over Brochez’s email with data of 13 HIV-positive personsThe Singapore Prison Services (SPS) on Sunday (17 February) said that it has filed a police report over an email sent by American conman Mikhy Farrera-Brochez containing the confidential data of 13 HIV-positive individuals.

HIV data leak: Brochez illegally disclosed list of 13 HIV-positive individuals' details, says prisonsSINGAPORE - The American at the centre of a recent HIV data leak illegally disclosed details of 13 HIV-positive people scheduled for a health check-up at Changi Prison Complex in 2018.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Prison service makes police report over email from Mikhy Brochez leaking data of HIV-positive peopleSINGAPORE: The Singapore Prison Service (SPS) said on Sunday (Feb 17) it has made a police report over an email from Mikhy Brochez ... SPS can your service get this clown beside making a police report Good only in changi area SPS can only abuse it inmates in a close confine place, including inmates living cell got CCTV.. WTF for?

Mikhy Brochez now claims he did not steal HIV records and that he was only infected with HIV when he was raped in Singapore prisonMikhy K Farrera Brochez, the foreigner whom the Government has identified as the mastermind of the HIV Registry data leak, has broken his silence on social media and declared his innocence. No smoke without fire goes the saying? Big G should get to the truth in this saga.

Brochez illegally reveals details of HIV individuals in new leakThe American at the centre of a leak of HIV data illegally disclosed details of 13 HIV-positive people scheduled for a health check-up at Changi Prison Complex last year. The Singapore Prison Service (SPS) has made a police report. SPS said in a statement... To Tee Zhou, the author of this article: How can you be UNCLEAR when the leak of these 13 prisoners (in jail) refers to an event in 2018 while the leak of 14,200 was acquired from many years before. C’mon, turn on the light bulbs in your head before putting pen to paper!

Mikhy Brochez disclosed list of HIV-positive people in new leak, prison service makes police reportSINGAPORE: The Singapore Prison Service (SPS) said on Sunday (Feb 17) it has made a police report over an email from Mikhy Brochez ... Singapore government civilised government , if given to some other part of the world , this guy will be assasinated LOL .... No conman can ramson Singapore one ...... We dont negotiate with conman

HIV data leak: Singapore authorities refute 'baseless allegations' made by Mikhy BrochezSINGAPORE: The man believed to be behind the HIV-registry leak, Mikhy Brochez, has made 'baseless allegations' about the investigations into what ...

Singapore authorities: Mikhy Brochez counters with unsubstantiated claims and ‘baseless allegations’ about HIV data leakIn a joint statement, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) and Singapore Prison Service (SPS) asserted that the accusations made by Brochez were all phoney.

American behind HIV data leak a 'pathological liar' who made 'baseless' allegations: Singapore authoritiesThe local authorities have denied allegations made by an American conman at the centre of the massive HIV data leak, calling them 'baseless' and made by 'a pathological liar' on Wednesday (13 February).

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