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S’poreans react to Amos Yee looking disturbed outside court after his release

Posted on 07 July 2015

Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.


Teen blogger Amos Yee was seen in videos posted on social media on July 6, 2015, looking disturbed and completely broken after being released into the wild again having received a four-week jail term that was backdated to June 2, 2015.

The 16-year-old’s jail term was backdated to June 2, making him one of the youngest persons to be imprisoned in Singapore.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:


sian-half-auntie “No wonder Singapore invests so much in the Yellow Ribbon Project. Inmates come out looking like that definitely have no chance of assimilating back into polite society.”
Qu Zuo Lao, 40-year-old serial drama watcher


sian-half-uncle “This makes the death penalty look mild and acceptable.”
Sha Shi Ni, 62-year-old butcher


happy-bird-girl “This would teach him not to make any more offensive postings here anymore. If he really wants to, he should do it when based overseas.”
Jin Guai Lan, 18-year-old dropout










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