About The Investigation Of #ReturnMyCPF Protesters
So we learned that the#ReturnMyCPF protesters are now under investigation, and officers from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) personally delivered letters to these participants at around midnight on 10 October 2014. The charge? “Unlawful assembly.”
It turns out that Han Hui Hui’s permit for the event had been revoked, and the protestors were called in for questioning at the Cantonment Police Station.
Here’s a list of questions they asked:
- Had they known that the permit for the event was revoked.
- Were participants aware of the demarcations of Speakers’ Corner.
- If they had known that special needs children would be at the YMCA event.
- If they knew of the permit application process for the Speakers’ Corner.
- What their relationships with Roy Ngerng and Han Hui Hui were.
Whoa, what a mouthful. Here are the 5 different types of reactions you will see on the internet on the #ReturnMyCPF Investigation.
1. The Deluded
2. Those Who Came Up With ‘Escape Plans’
3. Those Who Praised Our Law Enforcement
4. The Voices Of Reason
These people put some thought into their arguments, but didn’t address why these people were questioned in the wee hours of the morning.
5. People Who Are Too Free
While we agree that there are legitimate concerns to the protest, it’s still freaky that the CID came to question the protesters in the wee hours of the morning. We’re left wondering why they did it—wouldn’t it be better to question them at another time? We would like to know what the outcome is, and what the purpose of this questioning was. In the meantime, we’re keeping out eyes peeled for more updates.