An incident with no harm to the public merits a full criminal court case while incidents where people have died (such as the numerous NS incidents that were reported this year), no one has been brought to justice in open court?

The prosecution of artist Seelan Palay is yet another case whereby public monies may not have been best spent. Palay is accused of having committed an offence when he staged an alleged “public procession” from Hong Lim Park to the National Gallery and Parliament House to commemorate the detention of long-time political detainee Chia Thye … Continue reading An incident with no harm to the public merits a full criminal court case while incidents where people have died (such as the numerous NS incidents that were reported this year), no one has been brought to justice in open court?