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Chitchat NSF Church Volunteer Developed 'Curiosity About Young Sinkie Boys'! Ticked Little Sinkie's Balls! Guess Church!

JohnTan

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SINGAPORE - A volunteer at a church student care centre abused the trust placed in him when he committed indecent acts on two young boys at the place of worship.

The full-time national serviceman (NSF), 20, admitted to groping a 10-year-old boy's private parts in July last year.

He pleaded guilty in court on Monday (March 25) to an offence under the Children and Young Persons Act.

A similar charge involving a nine-year-old boy, whom he preyed on earlier in March last year, will be taken into consideration during sentencing.

The man cannot be named due to a gag order to protect his victims' identities.

He had volunteered at the church located in the eastern part of Singapore and was assigned to teach children from primary one to four.

He got to know the 10-year-old boy in January 2017 and they began chatting on Instagram.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Gregory Gan said: "A close relationship developed between the victim and the accused, where the victim regarded the accused as his sibling.

"At the accused's request, the victim addressed the accused as 'kor kor', which means elder brother in Cantonese."

The court heard that sometime last year, the man developed a "curiosity about young boys".

Last July, the volunteer told the boy to follow him to a male toilet on the second storey of the church. There, in one of the cubicles, he groped the boy's private parts.

The boy later told his mother what the man did and the care services director made a police report on Sept 7 last year.

On Monday, District Judge May Mesenas called for reports to assess the man's suitability for probation and reformative training.

Offenders sentenced to reformative training will be sent to a reformative training centre where they follow a strict regimen that includes foot drills and counselling.

The man has been remanded and will be sentenced on April 1.

First-time offenders convicted of committing an indecent act on a child can be jailed for up to five years and fined up to $10,000.

Repeat offenders can be jailed for up to seven years and fined up to $20,000.

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/volunteer-at-church-student-care-centre-committed-indecent-acts-on-two-boys
 

glockman

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Where is the forgiveness from the church? Why did they make the police report? He should be applauded for "coming out" at a young age of 20 instead of living a lie.
 

Hypocrite-The

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KNN did the accused grew up as a boy or girl KNN only 10 years ago he was 10 then now curious about 10 yo boy ? KNN
A faggot is a faggot. All these statements are just pathetic attempt at legitimising their sick desires. Have to admit the Brunei sultan got it right on this.

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Brunei laws punishing LGBT people with whipping, stoning 'to be implemented next week'

Posted 16 hours ago, updated16 hours ago
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IMAGE The LGBT community in Brunei already faces discrimination and imprisonment but the new laws would severely increase repression.(Wikipedia)
Brunei is set to introduce new laws next week that could see LGBT people whipped or stoned to death for same-sex relations, according to human rights groups that have urged the country to abandon the plan.

Key points:

Muslims could face whipping or stoning for same-sex relations, adultery and rape
Brunei delayed implementing the legislation after an international outcry in 2014
A document posted to a government website shows it will come into effect next week
Homosexuality is already illegal and punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment in the tiny sultanate, but the changes would see Brunei become the first Asian country to make homosexuality punishable by death.

Brunei became the first East Asian country to introduce Islamic criminal law in 2014 when it announced the first of three stages of legal changes that included fines or jail for offences such as pregnancy outside marriage or failing to pray on Friday.

It delayed implementing the final two stages of changes after an international backlash in 2014, including a boycott of the Beverley Hills Hotel, which is linked to Brunei's government.

But it now plans to proceed with the changes — that would allow whipping and stoning to death for Muslims found guilty of same-sex relations, adultery, sodomy and rape — on April 3, said Matthew Woolfe, founder of human rights group The Brunei Project.

"We are trying to get pressure placed on the government of Brunei but realise there is a very short time frame until the laws take affect," the Australia-based campaigner said, calling on governments to step up diplomatic pressure on Brunei.

"It took us by surprise that the government has now given a date and is rushing through implementation," he said.

Mr Woolfe said there had been no major public announcements on the implementation of the penal code changes aside from a statement posted on the attorney general's website late December, which only came to light this week.

IMAGE Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah has overseen the introduction of Sharia law.(Reuters: Ahim Rani)
Manila-based human rights group ASEAN SOGIE Caucus confirmed government documents showed the Sharia laws were due to be implemented on April 3, as did a third human rights organisation.

The Brunei Prime Minister's Department did not respond to an emailed request for comment.

Socially conservative attitudes prevail across much of Asia with Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei banning sexual relationships between men while Indonesia has seen an increase in raids targeting LGBT people in recent years.

Brunei is a former British protectorate nestled between two Malaysian states on Borneo island. The population of 400,000 — 67 per cent of whom are Muslim and therefore subject to the Sharia law — is ruled by a sultan.

Dede Oetomo, one of Indonesia's most prominent LGBT activists, said it would be a gross violation of international human rights if the changes went ahead.

"It is horrible. Brunei is imitating the most conservative Arab states," he said.

Homosexuality is punishable by death in several Muslim-majority countries, including death by stoning in Yemen, Saudi Arabia and Mauritania.

Reuters/ABC

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Hypocrite-The

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Cantonese is not a race, it is dialect, a sub-language of a race.
Tat I disagree. I have always regarded Cantonese as a language upon itself. Mandarin propaganda has done wonders perpetuated by both the commies n nationalist to unite the country. But as the saying goes, majority rules.
 
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