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Singaporean journalist sentenced to prison for slander in connection with allegations of corruption

Published On 25 Apr 2022 04:09 AM


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The editor of a now-defunct Singaporean news portal has been sentenced to three weeks in prison for defamation in connection with a letter published on the site alleging corruption among government ministers.

Terry Xu, the former editor of the Online Citizen, was imprisoned last year for publishing a letter alleging "high-level wrongdoing."

The Online Citizen was noted for its somewhat liberal position and airing ....


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