Daily Archives: 2012-06-17

TOC author's response to AGC's statement on Woffles Wu (17 June 2012)

~ By Choo Zheng Xi ~ The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has issued a statement addressing some of the questions I raised in my earlier article this morning. I appreciate the fact the AGC response came on a Sunday morning and that time and effort was put into answering some of the concerns members of the public have been raising. In my earlier …

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BREAKING: AGC's response to the Woffles Wu case (17 June 2012)

1. We refer to the media reports about the case against Woffles Wu. 2. Woffles Wu was charged for abetting his employee Kuan to give false information to the police about the commission of speeding offenses in 2005 and 2006. Kuan gave the false information. Woffles Wu, who did not give any information to the police, was charged with abetting Kuan to do …

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AGC Statement on Woffles Wu case leaves questions unanswered

By Choo Zheng Xi / Consultant Editor   The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has issued a statement addressing some of the questions I raised in my earlier article this morning. I appreciate the fact the AGC response came on a Sunday morning and that time and effort was put into answering some of the concerns members of the public have been …

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Questions Remain in Woffles Wu Matter

~ By Choo Zheng Xi ~ In my article of 16 June 2012, I wrote: “From reports in the Straits Times (which, unfortunately, have not been particularly clear about the precise charge that was brought), it seems that Woffles was charged with abetting the giving of "False information, with intent to cause a public servant to use his lawful power to the …

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