The Rich vs. The Poor


 Well, our top criminal lawyer who is also president of the ACLS’ news article – has been called as misleading by Singapore’s Ministry of Law, there is not specifically mentioned, whether that declaration of ‘misleading’ statement, came from Law Minister himself or came from the ministry.

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Again, another government ministry trying to assure to the society people on the street in Singapore that everybody is equal in the eyes of the Law in Singapore… Here is the assurance and the official reply from Ministry of Law in Singapore:

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And here are collection of articles about Criminal acts which are all in just one day newspaper, which involved several high profilers people and some not ever heard name of people before.

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Soon we will see how the settlement will be…

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Remember my published article previously on yesterday, on the ‘law for the poor’ and ‘law for the rich’ – and the writer demands an explicit (and easy to understand – I supposed) answer from related body.. not the busy-body obviously.

And the answer is not only one, two, or even three… but they are all total live-streaming of answers everywhere, even in online news #1 website in Singapore. Here is the latest…

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On which he mentioned… “Professor Woon argued that a common scenario is for the courts to refuse to let the accused settle privately with the victim in simple cases. In such cases, the fine goes to court and the victim is no better off financially.”

But then he admitted… “Outlining the scenarios under which his office prosecutes, Prof Woon stressed that while compensation naturally favours richer people, the judge acts as a final check as to whether this can be allowed, as long as public interest is not adversely affected.” – well, there is a word ‘naturally’ there, so it is not mandatory.

And he stressed that “We don’t consider whether someone is rich, certainly not – or politically well-connected. We cannot conduct prosecutions on the basis that some people are above the law. Certainly we don’t conduct prosecutions on the basis that the rich and well-connected get away with it.” – the interesting part is, I can’t remember whether it was questioned before on this part, but he included the “politically well-connected” as the status or position of the person, in this case offenders or defenders – off course.

And here are the other various responses as published in TODAY newspaper…

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And here is another response…

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And they keep saying that…

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So finally here is the decision…

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People applaud on the question, and let’s see what tomorrow will have in the weekend edition…

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Now, don’t you realize that so many answer responses from various several bodies in the above articles, don’t you have something in mind that there might be some “panics” somewhere in their offices, discussing and story-telling or perhaps fine-tune the radio singing song on what they should answer from whose side, and who should be taking action on what part…

Or they need to wait for committee to start first before everyone else start taking any action like simply giving an umbrella under the rains… 🙂

This is our country called Singapore, my friend, as long as nobody touch your pocket-money, then stick to your nose, keep quite, don’t be busy-body… and the best is… don’t bother.

Street71.

When I first read this article today morning, I was laughing out loud while I was waiting for my bus to come, until people surrounding me (well, as usual, kiasu n kiasi) are starring at me, probably they almost call 999 – to grab me in.

Hahahahaha… what took you so long to see it, buddy?

But this article, is really impressive comes direct straight from the most powerful criminal lawyer of Singapore, Mr. Subhas Anandan himself.

He said “if there is no satisfactory answers are forthcoming, you cannot blame the man in the street for thinking that there is one law for the rich and one for the poor” – which one stern examples was when wife of Venture Corp head Wong Ngit Leong, slapped Singapore Airlines Stewardess based on jealousy that she was attending and be nice to her husband on board Singapore Airlines flight – there was NOTHING made public all arrangement and settlement about this case.

While for the road rage incidents, the culprit was fined $1,000 but the victim lost the compensation of $8,000 and all these things are made known to public widely.

Here is the article:

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Again, hahahahaha… what took you so long to see it, buddy?

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