Wednesday, November 3, 2010

What 369 Evil look of those charged.

Photo source: AsiaOne digital news

Below latest news Report from Channel News Asia
Three men charged with murder of 19 year old
By Shaffiq Alkhatib
Three men have been charged on Wednesday in court with the murder on Saturday of a second year Republic Polytechnic student, at Downtown East in Pasir Ris.
The three charged are 21-year-old Tang Jia Min, 20-year-old Ho Wui Ming and 19-year-old Chen Wei Zhen. They appeared restless and were seen fidgeting and glancing nervously at the gallery as the charge was read out to them.An alleged accomplice, 18-year-old Edward Tay Wei Loong has not been charged yet.It is believed he is now in hospital after he hit his head while trying to get away from the police.
The four of them and several other unknown persons allegedly attacked 19-year-old Darren Ng Wei Jie between 5.30pm and 6pm on Saturday.Darren, who was reportedly hacked with choppers, died in Changi General Hospital about five hours later.
The three, who were dressed in identical red polo t-shirts, appeared restless in court.They were seen fidgeting and glancing nervously at the gallery while the charge was read out to them.The trio will be remanded at the Central Police Division and will be back in court next Wednesday. If convicted of murder, they face the death penalty.



Anonymous said...

Hope the police is able to hunt down the rest involved in this murder and wipe out as many of the ss as they can. Seriously, they should be hanged publicly!

unk Dicko said...

You can bet on it. Every single one of these remaining "hot air balloons" will be captured.
I will explain the term when doing some later posts about these brainless samseng kias.

Anonymous said...

This must be deal with seriously and deter others from doing from indulging in similar acts to show their silly man-hood.
All those idiots involved shall be punished to the fuller extend of the law.

jlow said...

This is very sad indeed. A precious life is lost just like that!

I think the secret society situation here should be dealt with immediately.

unk Dicko said...

J, agree with you wholeheartedly.
Secret Societies and traids still exist not only in Singapore but all over the world. They do not follow the old rituals but have evolved into various offshoots of street, school, neighbourhood, territorial gangs.
I have said this before, the GOVT and the police, Home Ministry etc..can eliminate this scourge. But they must be willing to acknowledge the problem first.

Anonymous said...

Dick, just saw stomp news video on Darren's final journey. His friends were very aggressive towards the press. All look a bit like samsengs as well. Even the girls. I wonder if there is more to this. I wonder if these SS people have infiltrated the Polys??

unk Dicko said...

Yes, many including myself and you saw it too....most uncomforting to note!
I have investigated hundreds of ss related incidents and cases in many years. Majority are all related to something more than what appears.
Speaking from wide experience,this case would really surprise me...if there was nothing more.
The SSB of the CID have some officers who can get to the bottom of it all.
Whether they will reveal openly is a different matter.

Lam Chun See said...

I suspect there is more to it than a simple staring incident. Still cannot understand why need to be so violent, so brutal. I mean what has it achieved? Why can't they just stop at a few slaps or punches? Maybe these people are under influence of drugs or alcohol.

unk Dicko said...

Hi C See,
For the moment, since the Case is still under investigation and the other 6 scumbags have ran away like rats to hell, and since they are still to appear in court... I think IT"S BEST NOT TO SPECULATE on WHAT actually took place, WHAT was behind it, Whether DRUGs were involved etc..
It might make it easier for these cowards and their gang to find "loopholes" to exploit.

unk Dicko said...

Police has just confirmed that the killing of Darren Ng was GANG RELATED DISPUTES and was not triggered by a simple staring incident. I've said in my post comments above, there's often more to it than what appears on the surface.