Blog author Roy Ngerng thinks PM Lee Hsein Loong should be punished for unfairly attacking Leong Sze Hian

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Taiwanese activist and blogger Roy Ngerng Yi Ling wrote on the Facebook page yesterday (January 10) that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong selected blogger Leong Sze Hian to sue him for civil shackles, just sharing an article on Facebook, his behavior It should be punished.

Ngerng pointed out that nearly 10,000 people shared this article, but only Leong was selected and charged. Most importantly, when he shared this article on Facebook, Leong didn't even write a title to accompany his post.

Leong was sued by Li Yingzhang to share his lawyer’s alleged “highly ambiguous” article on The Coverage in Malaysia. The site accused Lee Myung-bak of helping former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Braza to launder money in the 1MDB scandal.

Therefore, Ngerng believes that this is clearly a targeted attack on a single person.

"If the law should be fair, the prime minister should sue all 10,000 people who share this article. However, only Leong is sued, so Leong is unfairly positioned," he pointed out.

He added, "Leong did not write any title in the place where he shared the article, and the Prime Minister sued him according to the content of the article. If so, the Prime Minister should sue the two sponsors of the article. According to public knowledge, the Prime Minister did not, this clearly It shows that the behavior of the Prime Minister is unfair."

Ngerng shared an article by attacking the only individual and thought that PM Lee should lose the case because the law should apply to all Singapore citizens. He went on to say that Li Mingbo "should be punished for picking out an individual."

In addition to Leong, PM Lee also sued Ngerng in 2014 because the latter was in an article with the Prime Minister.from

Arrears of payments from Singaporeans to the Central Provident Fund (CPF).

In December 2015, the blogger was found guilty of blog posts and blogs. The Supreme Court ordered him to pay a compensation of S$150,000. from

 Since then, Ngerng has been paying court compensation to PM Lee on a regular basis.

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