Tag: Amos Yee
Yee’s trials in Singapore were closely watched by rights groups and the United Nations, and fueled debate in Singapore over censorship, the limits of free speech and political correctness.
Amos Yee yang disabit di Singapura itu kini dipindahkan ke bahagian lain selepas membuat aduan mengenai seorang lelaki setinggi lebih 6 kaki.
Teenager says he was a specific target of Emmanuel 'Bubba' Reyes, who was convicted under illegal weapons and assault charges.
Amos Yee, 18, who has been jailed twice in Singapore, qualifies as a political refugee, according to a 13-page opinion by a US immigration judge.
After an hours-long hearing in a federal immigration court in Chicago, Sandra Grossman, Amos Yee's attorney, says a written decision will be issued in around two weeks.
Amos Yee, 18, who was jailed earlier this year in the Southeast Asian city-state, was stopped by customs agents at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on Dec. 16.
In fresh charges filed in May, Yee was accused of intending to wound the feelings of Muslims and Christians.
The 17-year-old faces six charges of intending to wound the feelings of Muslims or Christians - via five videos and a photo -and two counts of failing to report to the Jurong police division.
The suspect is seen grabbing Yee from behind as the latter struggles to escape from the bear-hug and repeatedly shouts for help.
Francis Law provides Facebook users with an entirely different narrative from what had happened while his father was Amos' bailor
He was always shouting at me, threatening to discharge himself as my bailor and tried to control my life says Amos.
The derisive Facebook post was a response to Vincent Law's demands for a public apology
Vincent Law says Amos' clarification on Facebook is insincere and does not absolve him from the molestation allegations he made
The teen reveals in a Facebook post that he manipulated the media into thinking they would get an exclusive interview with him
The young Singaporean has breached the terms of his bail with two new posts on his blog yesterday.
The young Singapore dissident fails to understand a basic rule of communication: know your audience.