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Guess??? 'Judicial prostitutes': Man accused of calling for ex-president's death charged afresh with verbal abuse of female District Judges



'Judicial prostitutes': Man accused of calling for ex-president's death charged afresh with verbal abuse of female District Judges​

Vickreman Harvey Chettiar is said to have verbally abused the two judges, including saying that one deserved to have her face smashed in and her lips sewn shut.
23 May 2024 04:53PM

SINGAPORE: A man accused of calling for the death of former President Halimah Yacob was handed fresh charges on Thursday (May 23), this time over abusive language towards two District Judges of the State Courts.

Vickreman Harvey Chettiar, 33, was given eight new charges. Four of these relate to his conduct towards the two female judges, including calling both "judicial prostitutes".

He now faces a total of 12 charges.

Vickreman was previously charged over a social media post that threatened bodily harm to Madam Halimah.

The post, allegedly made on Apr 30 on his Instagram account, stated that the former president “deserves to be dragged out of the Presidential Palace by Singapore patriots, brought to near the Parliament House, strung up from lamp-post 4F, and hanged by the neck until all life has completely departed her body”.
He also faced three charges, including flipping a marble table in the Supreme Court in 2020, publishing the address of an alleged male assailant in 2021, and using threatening words against an investigation officer from the Singapore Police Force in 2021.


Vickreman's new charges comprise four under the Protection from Harassment Act for his verbal tirade against the District Judges, two for failing to attend court, one for fabricating false evidence, and one for using criminal force at a hospital.

On Feb 28, this year, Vickreman allegedly made a FormSG submission to the State Courts calling two female District Judges "judicial prostitutes".

According to charge sheets, Vickreman purportedly went on to verbally abuse one of these judges in further emails.
On Mar 1, he was said to have sent an email to a person where he verbally abused the judge, stating that she "deserves to have her face smashed in and her lips sewn shut".

The next day, targetting the same judge, Vickreman purportedly sent an email calling her a "judicial prostitute".

On Mar 8, he then called the police hotline and said over the phone, "I am going to find (the judge) and I am going to smash all her teeth in, slash her face off and stab her in the eye”.

Separately, Vickreman is also accused of failing to attend court on Mar 5 and Mar 22 this year. He is also said to have pushed a person on the chest while at National University Hospital on Mar 7 this year.

For the charge of fabricating false evidence, Vickreman is said to have made a false police report on Mar 18.

In this report, Vickreman allegedly stated that he called the police hotline on Mar 8 to report that his email had been hacked. He provided this police report for his lawyer to tender in court for the purpose of resisting the revocation of his bail, according to his charge sheet.

According to court records, Vickreman has been remanded since Apr 6.

His case has been fixed for a pre-trial conference on Jun 10.

If convicted of making abusive communications towards the judges, Vickreman may be jailed up to a year, fined up to S$5,000, or both.

If convicted of making threatening communications with intent to cause a person to believe violence would be used against the judge, Vickreman may be jailed up to a year, or fined up to S$5,000, or both.

If convicted of using criminal force, he may be jailed up to three months, or fined up to S$1,500, or both.

If convicted of giving or fabricating false evidence for a judicial proceeding, he may be jailed up to seven years, and fined.

For failing to attend court, Vickreman may face a jail term of up to three years, and a fine, or both.




syed putra

It's this type of people who threaten malay bumis special privileges enshrined in the Constitution that needs to be strung up. Those who are against this should pack up and leave.