Tag: defamation

Leong Sze Hian fell victim for a false report by STR: Sarawak Report

Singapore – On November 7, Singaporean Leong Sze Hian shared an article on his profile unaware that the content was inaccurate and libelous. The article that Mr. Leong shared was about the prime minister of the country being the next target for investigation under the...

Blogger Leong Sze Hian speaks out about legal proceedings against him by PM Lee

Blogger and financial adviser Leong Sze Hian took to Facebook earlier today to record his version of events that allegedly led to the commencement of legal proceedings against him by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. In his Facebook post on Wednesday, December 5, at about...

Roy debate: Where is the sane, moderate voice?

The loudest opinion on blogger Roy Ngerng is divided into two camps: Pro- Roy and anti-Roy. It has been hard to find a sane, moderate voice. A Facebook post by National Solidarity Party’s Nicole Seah will hopefully take the debate to a reasoned  level. She said...

Roy Ngerng sacked. Tan Tock Seng explains. I understand, he says

Political blogger Roy Ngerng’s employment contract was terminated today by Tan Tock Seng Hospital. The 33-year-old patient coordinator told The Independent Singapore that he received a warning letter from his company three weeks ago. “They said I should not do my personal stuff at work and...

Five donors step up to say why they donated to Roy Ngerng

Blogger Roy Ngerng’s crowdfunding efforts to help pay for his legal battle with the PM got many ordinary Singaporeans contributing to the cause. And the amount collected came to more than $81,000 in four days- $10,000 more than what he had asked for. The highest amount...

Singapore’s elephant in the room

For the naysayers and soothsayers, the clearest indication that Singapore’ centre of gravity  is shifting to the left came when President Tony Tan opened the second session of the country’s 12th Parliament with a rare promise to his people: You will have enough money...

PM vs Roy: Why it’s unnecessary

By Augustine Low President Barack Obama recently joked that when he leaves office after his eight-year term, Fox News would miss him sorely. Obama has been the butt of constant attacks and accusations by the cable and satellite news television channel, many of them unfounded and...

PM vs Roy: Why it is necessary

By Tan Bah Bah Some netizens may disagree with me, and I hope not to be proven wrong. Roy Ngerng has so far gotten off lightly, in monetary terms (aggravated damages) though not necessarily in public standing. At issue was an allegation that CPF funds...

Roy Ngerng – from loner to polarising figure

It is hard to imagine this is the same man who has become today’s polarising figure in Singapore politics. He comes across as a loner. It won’t be far-fetched to say that Roy Ngerng’s only friends are his computer and those who read his Heart...