Sunday, December 5, 2010

Singapore's Loh Sze On Quentin's office unattended!

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I just called Loh Sze On Quentin's, Lee Kuan Yew's judge's office today at Tel 63321270, the number which appears on the government website which has Arneda Jasman, presumably a Malay woman, as his secretary. She was not here. The response message mysteriously said that I had reached another number Tel 91850955. A woman when I called this number said, Arneda is on leave and this is her cell phone and that she was secretary to someone else. When I asked whom ,the call was disconnected.

You might want to try these numbers and have some fun. It seems to me that with so many people up in arms about his judgement in the Alan Shadrake case, both he and his secretary have decided to disappear!

Gopalan Nair
Fremont, CA


Anonymous said...

SStrange that judges in Singapore now have started playing the cat and mouse game. We know who the mickey mouse is. lol

Pradeep said...

Erm Brilliant.Been an opposition supporter a long time but first time on your blog.
Your style of critique hits a few spots.
Too bad someone with your skill has to be criticize from the sidelines.

Anonymous said...

Under Singaporean law, there is no right to a jury. Loh will make the ultimate decision of guilt or innocence and, if he finds Shadrake to be in contempt, will determine the sentence. Consequently, despite the fact that the courtroom this week will be packed with lawyers, clerks, security and reporters, it could be said that Shadrake and his defense team will be performing for an audience of one.

That is not quite true. Justice Loh will be performing for his own audience, headed by Lee Kuan Yew, Lee Hsien Loong, and a cast of cadres hanging about the Istana.

Anonymous said...

Another brilliant investment by Madam Ho Ching, the second wife of LHL, and daughter-in-law of LKY.

What does this woman have to do to get fired?

Temasek Snared in India as Crackdown Slows Microfinance IPOs (Bloomberg)

Is your CPF money is slowly being frittered away by this team of father-son-wife experts?

Anonymous said...

LKY have recourse to a market intelligence firm and he even have Mr Ng Kok Song (former Managing Director of Monetary Authority of Singapore) on its Advisory Board.


Why did the investments in India go wrong?