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Two weeks ago on 31 July 2017, I was invited overseas to attend the Asia Young Leaders for Democracy organised by the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy.
While I was attending the event, the Singapore Police Force emailed me.

On 7 July 2017, I decided to use my SingPass and login to the SPF website.
The police website stated that I do not have any criminal record.
On 8 July 2017, I met up with my volunteers and we told all who were charged because of the #ReturnOurCPF #还我们公积金 event to try logging into the system to see if there’s any criminal record.
There was nothing.

On 9 July 2017, I decided to email SPF, you never know what kinda “technical glitch” they might have.
They replied me 9 days later on 18 July 2017, saying “surf our website” which stated that I do not have any criminal record.

On 20 July 2017, I replied immediately when I saw the email, telling them that the website doesn’t say that I’ve got criminal record at all.
The next day on 21 July 2017, they replied “thank you for making the effort to write to us” but they didn’t answer my question.

On that very same day, I asked if they could confirm that I do not have any criminal record.
This screenshot that you’re seeing is their reply.

If the police website stated that I do not have any criminal record, why did the newspaper published that I’ve got criminal record?

If the “Singapore Police Force does not provide such information to an individual or private entity”, how did the government-controlled newspaper find out or are they publishing lies?

Since the police can’t tell me what exactly happened and there’s no one else for me to turn to, will I be penalised like how they have politically persecuted me using a glitch on NParks website (cannot select to both speak and protest) in order to fine me $3,100 using what the nephew of Singapore’s prime minister called – “the pliant court system”?
Thank you everyone ☺
Happening now at #redhill #radinmas 😊
Happening now at #redhill #radinmas 😊
Happening now at #redhill #radinmas 😊
Happening now at #redhill #radinmas 😊
In 2014, we gathered at Serangoon Park.
In 2015, we gathered at Ridout Tea Garden.
In 2016, we gathered at Telok Blangah Market.
In 2017, we shall gather at Redhill Market.

23 July 2017 
6pm to 8pm
Lee Hsien Loong is a dishonorable son who is dishonest.

Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was called out by both Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling.
Will Lee Hsien Loong ever sue Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling?
Or is the abuse of power and abuse of state organs only against innocent Singaporeans who do not have any resources to fight against the machineries? 
Why are public resources being wasted to pay a bunch of fellows for holding a parliamentary session that discuss a private family will?
Why don’t we discuss about the SGD$368 million spent on 26 defective MRT trains?
Why don’t we discuss about the profit that HDB earns because about 60% of the price is being set to land cost?
Why don’t we discuss about Medishield Life premiums increasing 2.5 times yet claims to premiums ratio has dropped from 44.8% to 35.4%?
Why don’t we discuss about CPF Retirement Sum and Basic Healthcare Sums increased to $218,000 and how many Singaporeans are able to reach this amount of money without pledging property?

After 7th Jun 2014 event on our pension fund, the CPF Minimum Sum at SGD$148,000 was renamed to CPF Retirement Sum, and increased to the current SGD$166,000.
After 12th Jul 2014 event on our public healthcare, the CPF Medisave Contribution Ceiling at SGD$43,500 was renamed to CPF Basic Healthcare Sum, and increased to the current $52,000.

#ReturnOurCPF #还我们公积金
Indranee Rajah is pretending that the secret committee had an open discussion.

Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Finance & Ministry of Law Indranee Rajah was called out by both Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling.
Will Indranee ever sue Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling?
Or is the abuse of power and abuse of state organs only against innocent Singaporeans who do not have any resources to fight against the machineries?

She said that there is a need to identify who the person who drafted the will was…
Did she identify who tried to cover up the outbreak of tuberculosis cases?
Did she identify who tried to cover up the deaths caused by Hepatitis C?
Did she identify who tried to cover up the outbreak of Zika cases?
K Shanmugam’s view on conflicts of interests is absurd and unethical.

Singapore’s Minister for Home Affairs & Minister for Law Kasiviswanathan Shanmugam was called out by both Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling.
Will Shanmugam ever sue Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling?
Or is the abuse of power and abuse of state organs only against innocent Singaporeans who do not have any resources to fight against the machineries?

When Singapore's Deputy Attorney-General was a PAP member of parliament, is there conflict of interest?
When Singapore Minister for Finance wife’s becomes the CEO of the National Heritage Board, is there conflict of interest?
When Singapore Prime Minister’s personal lawyer becomes the Attorney General of Singapore, is there conflict of interest?
When Singapore Prime Minister’s wife is the Executive Director & CEO of Temasek Holdings, is there conflict of interest?
Although she was not immediately given an official motive for her deportation, police officers told Han Hui Hui that she was deported for being a "national threat" that would affect "bilateral relationship" between the two countries.

This is the first time Han Hui Hui is prevented from entering Malaysia.
She attended several human rights events there in the past years. It is believed that her deportation is due to pressure exerted by the Singaporean government on the authorities in Malaysia, in order to prevent her participation in the human rights programme.

This is the first time a Singaporean citizen is deported from Malaysia.
Front Line Defenders condemns the deportation of human rights defender Han Hui Hui, which it believes was solely motivated by her peaceful and legitimate work for human rights in Singapore.

Read:
https://www.frontlinedefenders.org/en/case/han-hui-hui-prevented-entering-malaysia-and-deported
FIDH and SUARAM​ condemn the Malaysian authorities’ decision to deport Ms. Han back to Singapore and prevent her from participating in a human rights workshop in Kuala Lumpur.

On 18 June 2017, Immigration Department officers at Kuala Lumpur International Airport prevented Ms. Han from clearing immigration and detained her for several hours. During the detention, plainclothes officers informed Ms. Han that she was blacklisted from entering Malaysia.

When a lawyer provided by SUARAM asked the immigration officers to provide the legal basis on which they relied to ban Ms. Han from entering Malaysia, the officers said the ban was issued under Article 8(3)K of the 1959/63 Immigration Act.

Read:
https://www.fidh.org/en/region/asia/malaysia/singaporean-activist-deported-barred-from-workshop