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    We like to see Catholic Christian British Empire to say sorry for the illegal opium drug trade in china.

    Angmoh crimes against Chinese are worst than KH.

    Can banned Chinese entry to US for 100 years.
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    The sentencing is a JOKE! can reduced somemore for such a big sum of misappropriate use of Charity money. The biggest irony is that the wannabe singer is not being punished as all.

    Hope our court can right the wrong by giving harsher punishment to prove that there are no double standards in our law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirRichard View Post
    The sentencing is a JOKE! can reduced somemore for such a big sum of misappropriate use of Charity money. The biggest irony is that the wannabe singer is not being punished as all.

    Hope our court can right the wrong by giving harsher punishment to prove that there are no double standards in our law.
    Call a spade a spade. Its a cover up by the two judges.
    It's all a big farce and blardy kelong. everyone I met think so. simple logic say so.
    alot of things are so damn wrong. worse than malaysia 1MDB scandal
    How can a MP who is involved in voting important legislation issues in parliament be involved in defending such crooks. The judges are also biased.
    where is the declaration of conflict of interests? I see so many conflict of interests during the proceedings
    the fact that at least 2 of them are Xtains means their view would be tainted( consciously or subconsciously) as can be clearly seen by their statements exonerating the massive fraud and using all sorts of legal speak to obfuscate a glaring cheating case. all the legal speak just to obfuscate that crook.
    If no crime was committed why jail those 6???
    whty was the rial and appeal drag on for so long.
    this is no different from sim lim square cheating cases.
    who says there was no gain? bullsh!t.
    The fact that the wife stood to gain from impropriety of $50m dollars to jumpstart her career(which was a flop) means the husband is equally culpable(both stands to gain massively if she becomes a superstar if her singing career took off. which thank god it didn't. ) like wise the other 5 accused stand to gain massively in future from career advancements and potential kick backs and rewards if Sun Ho becomes a superstar like whitney houston or taylor swift.What does it mean there was no material loss??? Hello where did the $50m go to??? you mean the american music producers , publicists, media all did the promotion and publicity for free??? you mean all the TV and airtime and advertisement for china wine was done pro bone and gratis??? these people ought to know that hiring PR people in USA costs a big bomb. what about the massive house she rented and stayed in USA??? who paid for the rents and plane flights, expensive meals, tickets to grammys, etc?? these music producers, publicists, the black rapper, TV adverts, lawyers all get paid gandsomely even if the album was a massive flop. the music business is a cut throat world. no money no talk . Money have to come from somewhere. How can those stupid judges claimed they did not benefit materially at all??? this is really crap. so blardy obscene.
    I rather believe Bull shit can walk and pigs can fly. No wonder the trial drag on for so long so as to ameliorate the damage and public curiosity and anger. this shanmu guy better do something quick and re-appeal before the MIW and the courts lose all credibility, respect and the next election. This appeal should have been handled by a secular person like the chief justice suresh menon and not that those 2 clowns judges. Call a spade a spade and call a crook a crook. no amount of bullsh!t can make a sh!t edible or palatable.
    first you have the susan lim $64m cheating case( bullshitted till it became as over charging) , then the MMA statutory rape case and now this . My god the legal system is going down the drain.

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    Cases like these makes people lose faith in local law and government. Often you see rich and powerful getting just a slap on the wrist as compared to common people.

    Hope this court of appeal is not another wayang.

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    Not only got their sentence halved. Got deferment so more. Trial longer than sentence. They must be out of their mind if they think they can get away with this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wunderfool View Post
    I am not against the person, but as a Pastor, he should know better. God's work must be done in God's way. I mean if Jesus is alive today, and indeed He is, would he be pleased to know that the money that was given by the members for the extension of His Kingdom is misappropriated and channelled to a sham's fund to promote the music career of Sun Ho in the US under the guise of spreading the gospel to the secular world. I am trying to understand how , say , for example the song " China Wine' is in any way related to the Gospel and how the gospel is spread to the world through the song.
    You have to listen to it backwards to hear the secret message.



    Either way, Sun Ho still looks like a fucking cheap old slut.

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    In Luke 13, Jesus is recorded as having told this parable:

    Luke 13 6 And he told this parable: “A man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard, and he came seeking fruit on it and found none. 7 And he said to the vinedresser, ‘Look, for three years now I have come seeking fruit on this fig tree, and I find none. Cut it down. Why should it use up the ground?’ 8 And he answered him, ‘Sir, let it alone this year also, until I dig around it and put on manure. 9 Then if it should bear fruit next year, well and good; but if not, you can cut it down.’”

    For what this parable means, you can find the interpretation here:

    https://www.gotquestions.org/parable-fig-tree.html




    Quote Originally Posted by scroobal View Post
    Throught this episode, he did not express an iota of remorse. Now that the Govt has stepped in, this guy now realises that he better build up his mitigation.
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    Good Friday and Easter has past, is Kong Hee in shackles already???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottonmouth View Post
    Good Friday and Easter has past, is Kong Hee in shackles already???
    No!....the justice system is in Shackles & is raising heckles....no need to fret over it....simple fact, you have MONEY, POWER & CONNECTION...black, whoever black...can be painted to look white...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scroobal View Post
    Throught this episode, he did not express an iota of remorse. Now that the Govt has stepped in, this guy now realises that he better build up his mitigation.
    That is the only benefit of living in a dictatorship..When the judiciary fails..The gahmen can step in n Right the wrongs...In Ang mor lands they will all get away Scott free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNTCK View Post
    ... Yesterday, Kong promised the congregation that "whatever happened in the past will never repeat itself in the future".

    "We must never let it happen again," he said. "It was a steep learning curve for all of us."
    Meaning that it has to be a lot more sophisticated the next time round to the extent it would be non-detectable. Beware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by halsey02 View Post
    No!....the justice system is in Shackles & is raising heckles....no need to fret over it....simple fact, you have MONEY, POWER & CONNECTION...black, whoever black...can be painted to look white...
    These crooks will be jailed on 21 Apr or not?
    Some of them applied for determent and they were approved, not sure if his horse will apply for conjugal visits to serve the entire prison.

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    so Friday they report to where?
    the court escorts will escort them to changi?
    Sharon and serina will enter same prison?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottonmouth View Post
    You have to listen to it backwards to hear the secret message.




    Either way, Sun Ho still looks like a fucking cheap old slut.
    Btw lady saw turn christian and doesn't do dancehall anymore.

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    Suh a sun whore a try ruin dancehall by appearing a dancehall chune feature ele, tony, wycleff and massive B soundsystem. Mi a know seh she a pay top dollar fi mek dat dancehall chune caws dancehall chune mostly play off a riddim and only chiney wine play off dat riddim. Unnu done know seh it hard fi dancehall artist a buss outside their regular ting much less a non dancehall artist a do dancehall and a hugly non talented whore like sun whore dat nuh mek it. Jah know star she a lame up di ting and bring dung dancehall. Unnu undastand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkbutterfly View Post
    so Friday they report to where?
    the court escorts will escort them to changi?
    Sharon and serina will enter same prison?
    Sharon will go in first. I give you the address, be there to welcome them.

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    The prosecution are concerned that after she completes her 7 month sentence, she will quickly go and join her hubby in the USA.

    From Yahoo news:

    City Harvest: Chew Eng Han's jail sentence deferred, Sharon Tan to start jail term Friday

    The application by former City Harvest Church (CHC) finance manager Sharon Tan to start her seven-month jail term earlier than expected sparked a robust exchange in the High Court on Wednesday (19 April).

    The court agreed to Tan’s latest application to start serving her jail time together with four other convicted CHC leaders on Friday. Tan, 41, had previously requested for a deferment of her sentence by two months as she wanted to help her husband relocate to the US.

    Meanwhile, at the same hearing, former CHC fund manager Chew Eng Han had his jail term deferred after indicating that he wanted to file a criminal reference for his case. He was originally scheduled to start serving his jail term on Friday.

    Chew, Tan, CHC founder Kong Hee, 52, and three other CHC leaders were convicted of misusing church funds totaling $50 million to advance the musical career of Sun Ho, who is Kong’s wife. All six were found guilty on a slew of charges relating to criminal breach of trust (CBT) and falsification of accounts and were originally given jail sentences of between 21 months and eight years.

    Earlier this month, the six had their sentences reduced based on a lesser CBT charge after two of the three High Court judges ruled that the CHC leaders had not acted as “agents” in their professional capacity.

    Chew’s six-year jail term was reduced to three years and four months while Tan’s 21-month term was cut to seven months.

    Tan’s defence counsel Paul Seah told the court that Tan wanted to start her sentence sooner as her husband’s visa had been granted earlier – on 10 April.

    However, Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) Christopher Ong unexpectedly made a new request for Tan’s sentence to be deferred until the conclusion of the criminal reference, citing her short sentence as the reason. The Attorney-General’s Chambers filed for a criminal reference just a few days after the High Court reduced the jail terms of the CHC leaders, seeking to reinstate their original sentences.

    DPP Ong argued that the prosecution considered Tan a flight risk in the period between the end of her sentence and the start of the criminal reference.

    Citing a previous case, DPP Ong said that the Court of Appeal’s ruling during the criminal reference might be affected if Tan were no longer in jail by then.

    Said the DPP, “We are faced with the situation if the Court of Appeal answers the question in favour of the prosecution, there is a possibility that the original sentences will be reinstated… (Tan) would have completed the sentence and that may prejudice the court of appeal’s ability to exercise full discretion in giving the necessary orders.”

    City Harvest: Chew Eng Han's jail sentence deferred, Sharon Tan to start jail term Friday
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    City Harvest Church’s former fund manager Chew Eng Han (left) and former finance manager Sharon Tan. Photo: Reuters

    The application by former City Harvest Church (CHC) finance manager Sharon Tan to start her seven-month jail term earlier than expected sparked a robust exchange in the High Court on Wednesday (19 April).

    The court agreed to Tan’s latest application to start serving her jail time together with four other convicted CHC leaders on Friday. Tan, 41, had previously requested for a deferment of her sentence by two months as she wanted to help her husband relocate to the US.

    Meanwhile, at the same hearing, former CHC fund manager Chew Eng Han had his jail term deferred after indicating that he wanted to file a criminal reference for his case. He was originally scheduled to start serving his jail term on Friday.

    Chew, Tan, CHC founder Kong Hee, 52, and three other CHC leaders were convicted of misusing church funds totaling $50 million to advance the musical career of Sun Ho, who is Kong’s wife. All six were found guilty on a slew of charges relating to criminal breach of trust (CBT) and falsification of accounts and were originally given jail sentences of between 21 months and eight years.

    Earlier this month, the six had their sentences reduced based on a lesser CBT charge after two of the three High Court judges ruled that the CHC leaders had not acted as “agents” in their professional capacity.

    Chew’s six-year jail term was reduced to three years and four months while Tan’s 21-month term was cut to seven months.

    Tan’s defence counsel Paul Seah told the court that Tan wanted to start her sentence sooner as her husband’s visa had been granted earlier – on 10 April.

    However, Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) Christopher Ong unexpectedly made a new request for Tan’s sentence to be deferred until the conclusion of the criminal reference, citing her short sentence as the reason. The Attorney-General’s Chambers filed for a criminal reference just a few days after the High Court reduced the jail terms of the CHC leaders, seeking to reinstate their original sentences.

    DPP Ong argued that the prosecution considered Tan a flight risk in the period between the end of her sentence and the start of the criminal reference.

    Citing a previous case, DPP Ong said that the Court of Appeal’s ruling during the criminal reference might be affected if Tan were no longer in jail by then.

    Said the DPP, “We are faced with the situation if the Court of Appeal answers the question in favour of the prosecution, there is a possibility that the original sentences will be reinstated… (Tan) would have completed the sentence and that may prejudice the court of appeal’s ability to exercise full discretion in giving the necessary orders.”

    Calling Tan’s application a “tactical” move, DPP Ong said, “She does realise that if she starts serving now, there is a possibility that she will finish sentence earlier and leave.”

    However, the defence denied the application was “tactical”. “It is a decision made by a mother in consideration of the family… we firmly reject that allegation,” Seah said. Tan was prepared to serve a longer jail term and that she could give a voluntary undertaking not to leave the country, Seah added.

    The judges granted Tan’s request but ordered that her counsel write a letter to state that she would not leave the country nor use the argument that she had already served her jail term before the criminal reference proceedings.

    Meanwhile, Chew, 56, sought a stay of sentence in the High Court, saying that he needed time to prepare for his criminal reference to challenge the legal aspects of his case. He must apply for leave to refer a question of law to the Court of Appeal by 5 May and if granted, he can file for a criminal reference.

    Chew, who is representing himself, told the same three-judge panel – Judge of Appeal Chao Hick Tin, and Justices Woo Bih Li and Chan Seng Onn – that he will be contesting the legal aspects of the case related to criminal breach of trust and dishonest misappropriation of property.

    The judges granted Chew’s deferment for the start of his jail term pending the Court of Appeal’s ruling on the criminal reference. Chew also applied for leave to visit his wife and daughter in Australia but was rejected.

    Apart from Tan, the four other CHC leaders who will also be serving their jail terms on Friday are Kong (three years and six months), Deputy Senior Pastor Tan Ye Peng, 44 (three years and two months), former board member John Lam, 49 (one year and six months), and former finance manager Serina Wee, 40 (two years and six months).

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    Wasn't Black Dog barking that this is not over??? Or is he just all bark and no bite?

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