In suing for contempt, Singapore chose to go after us for the most basic kind of journalism… We’ll pay the fine. We’ll also continue to express our views about politics, the courts and other subjects that we think our readers should know about. And we’ll let readers decide what to make of the judiciary in Singapore.

The Wall Street Journal, “Singapore strikes again”

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