INDEX OF ARTICLES
• January 10 2021 | TIMOTHY DUTTON QC OPINION
“The Court's reasoning in its judgment is legally unsound and falls into serious error.”
“the judgment of the Court and its conclusion that LSF committed misconduct is flawed."
“In my view, such findings would not be sustained on any appeal were one to be available against the judgment of the Court. Further, since the findings of misconduct are untenable no sanction should have been imposed.”
- Timothy Dutton CBE QC
Link here to: QC Opinion
• November 30 2020 | SCMP LETTER - SIR DAVID LEWIS
When I hosted a lunch for Lee Kuan Yew in 2008 in London, he told me of his trust and admiration for her. Who will believe that he would have had any objection to his daughter-in-law helping to arrange for the witnessing of his will, which she did not draft, or that she acted in any way improperly? In my view, she has been unjustly suspended, a stain on the international reputation of Singapore.
Link here to: SCMP Article
• August 13 2020 | COURT OF 3 JUDGES
The Disciplinary Proceedings that culminated in today's hearing before the Court of 3 Judges were initiated on the premise that my wife and I had sought to gain financially at the expense of my sister.
Evidence presented established conclusively that my father reached a decision to revert to equal shares unilaterally after discussing it with his lawyer Kwa Kim Li.
At the hearing today, Counsel for my wife, Mr Kenneth Tan S.C. and Prof Walter Woon S.C. argued the case forcefully before the Court.
• January 9 2019 | DISHONEST ALLEGATIONS OF CHEATING BY LHL
The AGC’s complaint repeats allegations made years ago by Hsien Loong through Lucien Wong, his personal lawyer (now AG). I debunked these allegations 2017. See post I made then.
Link here to: Dishonest Allegations
•August 13 2018 | GAVEL ROUSERS
The Economist: "The government has little compunction about curbing freedom of expression. A law adopted in 2017 makes it harder for groups to assemble in public. Recent changes to rules that govern the creation and exhibition of films allow film-makers’ possessions to be seized without a warrant. Many worry that proposed laws aimed at countering fake news could be used to limit free speech yet more. For some, the government’s repressive instincts are the real scandal. "
Link here to: Article
• April 3 2018 | RESPONSE TO THE REPORT OF THE ONCE SECRET COMMITTEE
The Committee's statement does not accurately represent Lee Kuan Yew's wishes. After our father's passing, Loong urged us to obtain probate for Lee Kuan Yew's will, with full knowledge of its contents. The court granted probate for Lee Kuan Yew's will in October 2015, so it is the full, final, and legally binding statement of his wishes for the house. Combined with Lee Kuan Yew's numerous and unwavering public statements on the matter, there is more than enough documentary evidence for a future government to understand - and hopefully grant - our father's last wish.
Links here to: Facebook post