Singaporean charged over bomb threats he allegedly sent to two Taiwanese politicians

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Loo Peng Seng was handed four charges of communicating false information of a harmful thing.

Loo Peng Seng allegedly sent messages to two Kuomintang party members that contained references to the presence of a bomb, despite knowing them to be false.

Loo Peng Seng, 53, was on March 26 handed four charges of communicating false information of a harmful thing. Loo allegedly sent four messages to them over three days in 2024 that contained references to the presence of a bomb, despite knowing them to be false. He is said to have sent another message to him on March 1, stating: “Mr Lo Chih Chiang, I am going to bomb your home. And I have a lot of bombs to bomb the Legislative Yuan building.”He purportedly also sent a message to Mr Han on Feb 28, writing: “Han Guo Yu, I am going to bring a lot of bombs to put in your car or home.”

 

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