Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Singapore Law Society vs Gopalan Nair, my response

Dates unsuitable

Thursday, December 31, 2009 3:42 AM
From: "Gopalan Nair"
Add sender to Contacts

To Angela Chopard a.k.a. Angela Chopard
To Yogeswari N Vadivellu aka Daughter of N Vadivellu aka Vadivellu

Your dates are not suitable.

I have not applied for nor received the transcripts for the required court transcripts relating to my cases in the Singapore High Court and the Singapore Subordinate Court in 2008 because you had suddenly changed your mind on December 10, 2009 of permitting a courier to pick them up.

Secondly despite my timely request for these dates to be vacated until I receive the transcripts, you totally ignored my request until today.

Now suddenly you have changed the dates to February, April and May 2010.

None of these dates are suitable.

I first have to receive the transcripts from Singapore and knowing your deliberate attempts in the past to obstruct and prevent my ability to defend these proceedings by your refusal to co-operate, I am quite sure that your High Court and the Subordinate Court will do the same in this case.

In these circumstances, if you want anyone in the free world to take you seriously, you would first wait to set any dates until you hear that I have received these transcripts. After that depending on the volume of the transcripts, I will let you know how much time would be reasonably needed to prepare a response.

Of course in a country such as yours where brutally beating a kid who vandalized some property and hanging teenagers for petty drug offenses is official punishment, including routinely misusing the law through judges like Belinda Ang Saw Ean, you obviously no longer care what other people think. I guess it is sufficient if you and Lee Kuan Yew think you have the "best legal system in the world".

In any case, can I have your answer? Or are you just, like you have done in the recent past, just ignore this Email. But mind you, I am going to post this on my blog.

Letter copied to Lee Kuan Yew's ministers for Law, Home Affairs, and Woon his Attorney General.

Gopalan Nair
39737 Paseo Padre Parkway, Suite A1
Fremont, CA 94538, USA
Tel: 510 657 6107
Fax: 510 657 6914

Your letters are welcome. We reserve the right to publish your letters. Please Email your letters to And if you like what I write, please tell your friends. You will be helping democracy by distributing this widely. This blog not only gives information, it dispels government propaganda put out by this dictatorial regime.


Anonymous said...

Regime Wages a Quiet War on 'Star Students'

Singapore's 'scholars' (and lawyers) are not stupid. They don't want to find themselves in the same boat.

Anonymous said...

Why don't you publish facts on and backgrounds of these people, so the world can learn more about your persecutors.

Anonymous said...

If what you say is true why do the Singapore authorities wriggle and twist like a snake.
Why not set some appropriate dates suitable to all parties after full and complete disclosure as is the norm in democratic legal systems.
Why spend time on someone who is not even a citizen.
Don't they have anything else to do.

Anonymous said...

Singapore Dictator Overplays Hand And Gives A View Of China's Future

Anonymous said...

it is quite difficult for the native singporeans to revolt cos of the absolute control and fear induced over 40years.

Since you are in US, why not lobby in US? Form an external party and from there fored the pap to "wake up their ideas".

pap fear china and america! remember how the indonesia toppled in 1997!

Anonymous said...

Plenty of wagang from the PAP and people with IQ <50 can see where they coming from -LOST! of what to do with you?

Anonymous said...

Hi Gopalan,

Could you comment on this article, regarding the Singapore Police's reluctance to act on a hit and run accident by a top Romanian Diplomat:

Anonymous said...


US company, UT Starcom, founded by PRC nationals will pay US government $3 million in fines to settle charges it bribed officials in China and other Asian countries.

Begs these questions:
(1) As Singapore does more business with China and becomes populated with PRC nationals, will it become a cesspool of corruption like that found in China??

(2) In China, they execute people for corruption. Will Singapore follow the motherland's footsteps and start doing the same?

UT Starcom
- paid nearly $7 million between 2002 and 2007 for 225 overseas trips by employees of its customers, telecommunications companies owned by the Chinese government. The trips were purportedly for training, but many of them were to tourist destinations

- offered U.S. jobs to 10 foreign government employees or their relatives in China and Thailand, hired at least three of them and paid them for two years, even though they performed no work for the company. UTStarcom put phony performance reviews in their files,

- spent more than $4 million on expense-paid programs for Chinese government customers at U.S. universities, for training unrelated to UTStarcom business

- spent nearly $10,000 on French wine and $13,000 on entertainment in an attempt to win a contract with a government-controlled company in Thailand

- made payments to Chinese and Mongolian companies, knowing that much of the money would be used for bribes

Anonymous said...

Reporting on the Great Leader is a dangerous business