Daily Archives: 2010-10-18

“We shouldn’t be so hypersensitive in reacting” – M Ravi

“The public should decide at least for once,” said Mr M Ravi, defence lawyer for Mr Alan Shadrake. Mr Ravi was responding to a question from Justice Quentin Loh about who should decide on whether statements from Shadrake’s book Once A Jolly Hangman: Singapore Justice in the Docks are contemptuous. Mr Ravi said that the Singapore court has now been …

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Alan Shadrake Trial – “Live”: Day 1

(Photo credit: Reuters) The Online Citizen team attempts to bring you live updates straight from the supreme court. Please refresh your browser to get real-time updates on the trial of Alan Shadrake. 9:46am: Shadrake arrives in court wearing blue shirt and black jacket. 10:20am: Prosecution begins. 10:29am: DPP claims book title implies Singapore judges guilty of misconduct. 10:45am: DPP claims …

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