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Fresh police report lodged against teen in online rant
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Out on bail, Singapore teen Amos Yee speaks to reporters outside court after he was jailed for six weeks for insulting Muslims and Christians on September 29, Amos Yee, 17, shocked Singaporeans in March after posting an expletive-laden video attacking Lee as the founding prime minister's death triggered a massive outpouring of grief in the city-state. Yee was jailed for four weeks for hurting the religious feelings of Christians and posting an obscene image as part of his attacks on Lee, but served 50 days including penalties for violating bail conditions. In fresh charges filed in May, Yee was accused of intending to wound the feelings of Muslims and Christians, and two counts of failing to report to police for investigation, between November and May. During sentencing, Judge Ong Hian Sun said Yee had "deliberately elected to do harm by using offensive and insulting words and profane gestures" to hurt the feelings of Muslims and Christians, which could lead to discord between the races.
Singaporean teen blogger heads back to court to face fresh charges
While researching background for an article I was working on earlier this month, I stumbled on several teenage girls' Twitter accounts in Singapore. At least 15 of them claimed that they had been sexually harassed or assaulted in recent years. Not all of them made police reports.
The moptopped Singaporean blogger Amos Yee is out of prison after having served 53 days in jail for posting a video criticizing the late Singaporean leader Lee Kuan Yew. The first attacked Yew as an autocrat and criticized Singaporeans for venerating him as a singularly talented and unique leader. His latest English-language video responds to the criticism that Yee had failed to show the dead leader sufficient respect.