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The Online Citizen (TOC) has responded to the Law and Home Affairs Minister, Mr K Shanmugam’s allegations in Parliament today that the socio-political publication falsely reported on the death of the 14-year-old schoolboy, Benjamin Lim’s death.
TOC said:
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Mr Shanmugam in his Prezi presentation which gave a quick overview of his Ministerial statement said:
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