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Only one word sway for the residents in woodlands...

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Turbocharged

Only one word sway for the residents in woodlands...

 

should be resident of blk686B... [smallcry]

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1st Gear

not too bad, at least better off than people who drank from Bedok Reservoir.

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2nd Gear

This kind of news is why I have absolute confidence of our local court of law.

I feel proud being a Singaporean for showing compassion for many FT who committed crime here.

 

 

 

Body in water tank case: Alleged killer may go free

 

 

AsiaOne

Monday, Jul 09, 2012

The man suspected of killing a maid and dumping her body in an HDB rooftop water tank may go free.

 

 

The Straits Times reported today that at a pre-trial hearing last week, the prosecution gave notice that it would apply for a discharge not amounting to an acquittal for Md Repon Mostafa, a 29-year-old Bangladeshi.

 

The cleaner was arrested at the scene of the crime and has been held in remand since his arrest in May last year.

 

His uncle, Mr Mazibar Md Sadhumiah, told the paper that Mostafa was 'overjoyed' upon hearing the news.

 

Mostafa's lawyer, Ram Goswami, told The Straits Times that the case had been taken off the High Court list where capital cases are heard.

 

Eight court pre-trial conferences had been held since the suspect was charged earlier.

 

Lawyers told the paper that the prosecution's move is usually caused by lack of sufficient evidence, or the absence of a key witness.

 

The story made headlines last year after the dead body of an Indonesian maid was discovered on May 16 inside the rooftop water tank of Block 686B, Woodlands Street 73.

 

It was reported that blood stains were found in the 2m-deep water tank.

 

Mostafa was subsequently charged with the murder of Madam Ruliyawati, 30, who was found wearing wearing a t-shirt and bermudas with several wounds. It was believed he had access to the rooftop as it is his job to clean the roof and check the water tank. The rooftop is normally locked.

 

Mostafa was reportedly seen limping and had cuts on his legs when he was led away by the police.

 

An autopsy revealed that the maid, who had been working for a family living in that block for only six weeks, drowned.

 

It was reported then that the corpse in the water tank may have tainted the drinking water of 700 residents.

 

This led to new measures by the PUB to secure water tanks in all HDB buildings.

 

The water tank in the affected block was replaced by a $40,000 tank about a month later by the Sembawang Town Council.

 

The case will be brought up for mention in the Subordinate Courts tomorrow.

 

If successful, this will be the second such case in Singapore where a murder suspect is involved. The first is Larry Lim, who was granted a discharge not amounting to an acquittal for a murder in 2003.

Residents collect water after water supply is cut off

Click on thumbnail to view (Photos: Lianhe Wanbao, ShinMin Daily, Straits Times)

 

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5th Gear

i seriously must salute you for having to be near blk 9 most of your time. I cannot take it when i am near there as i can see tearing relatives, parents friends etc crying after seeing their loved ones being wheeled out after autop. ... especially on young kids due to accidents etc... [smallcry]

 

I wonder how you manage to overcome such emo ...

 

 

 

er Blk 9, SGH? [laugh][laugh][laugh][laugh]

 

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Supersonic

This kind of news is why I have absolute confidence of our local court of law.

I feel proud being a Singaporean for showing compassion for many FT who committed crime here.

 

 

 

Body in water tank case: Alleged killer may go free

 

 

AsiaOne

Monday, Jul 09, 2012

The man suspected of killing a maid and dumping her body in an HDB rooftop water tank may go free.

 

 

The Straits Times reported today that at a pre-trial hearing last week, the prosecution gave notice that it would apply for a discharge not amounting to an acquittal for Md Repon Mostafa, a 29-year-old Bangladeshi.

 

The cleaner was arrested at the scene of the crime and has been held in remand since his arrest in May last year.

 

His uncle, Mr Mazibar Md Sadhumiah, told the paper that Mostafa was 'overjoyed' upon hearing the news.

 

Mostafa's lawyer, Ram Goswami, told The Straits Times that the case had been taken off the High Court list where capital cases are heard.

 

Eight court pre-trial conferences had been held since the suspect was charged earlier.

 

Lawyers told the paper that the prosecution's move is usually caused by lack of sufficient evidence, or the absence of a key witness.

 

The story made headlines last year after the dead body of an Indonesian maid was discovered on May 16 inside the rooftop water tank of Block 686B, Woodlands Street 73.

 

It was reported that blood stains were found in the 2m-deep water tank.

 

Mostafa was subsequently charged with the murder of Madam Ruliyawati, 30, who was found wearing wearing a t-shirt and bermudas with several wounds. It was believed he had access to the rooftop as it is his job to clean the roof and check the water tank. The rooftop is normally locked.

 

Mostafa was reportedly seen limping and had cuts on his legs when he was led away by the police.

 

An autopsy revealed that the maid, who had been working for a family living in that block for only six weeks, drowned.

 

It was reported then that the corpse in the water tank may have tainted the drinking water of 700 residents.

 

This led to new measures by the PUB to secure water tanks in all HDB buildings.

 

The water tank in the affected block was replaced by a $40,000 tank about a month later by the Sembawang Town Council.

 

The case will be brought up for mention in the Subordinate Courts tomorrow.

 

If successful, this will be the second such case in Singapore where a murder suspect is involved. The first is Larry Lim, who was granted a discharge not amounting to an acquittal for a murder in 2003.

Residents collect water after water supply is cut off

Click on thumbnail to view (Photos: Lianhe Wanbao, ShinMin Daily, Straits Times)

Uniquely SG..killer go free

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Hypersonic

Naked body, could be in process of fcuking..maybe parents or wife banging on door to ask him open door, he throw woman down window.

 

I did have a frd who jump down for the same thing..girl parents came home. He lucky girl stayed at 2nd floor. Called me later to bring clothes to him.cb.

 

whoa!!!!! this one is funny!!!!! [laugh]:D[laugh][grin][grin][grin]

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Hypersonic

my friend not so lucky... he was caught naked together with gf in shower...toilet window where got so big?... unless he is mat selamat... [laugh]

 

what happen to him? [sly]

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Hypersonic

what happen to him? [sly]

 

 

let's make a guess............... [laugh] [laugh] [laugh]

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Hypersonic

let's make a guess............... [laugh] [laugh] [laugh]

 

once broken, considered sold? [grin][laugh]:D

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Hypersonic

once broken, considered sold? [grin][laugh]:D

 

 

and they live happily ever after................ [grin][laugh] [laugh]

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Hypersonic

and they live happily ever after................ [grin][laugh] [laugh]

 

actually same as me [:p]

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2nd Gear

wah u reply to a 9 month old posting i made.. :huh:

 

hehe..anyway still remember the moment..hiding in staircase like fcukin perv..shd have called police.. [laugh]

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Twincharged

wah u reply to a 9 month old posting i made.. :huh:

 

hehe..anyway still remember the moment..hiding in staircase like fcukin perv..shd have called police.. [laugh]

 

Must be you lah! Tarzan bor cheng khor . . . Orh eeee orh. [:p]

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Hypersonic

wah u reply to a 9 month old posting i made.. :huh:

 

hehe..anyway still remember the moment..hiding in staircase like fcukin perv..shd have called police.. [laugh]

 

i damm blur sia [laugh]:D[laugh]

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Hypersonic

Must be you lah! Tarzan bor cheng khor . . . Orh eeee orh. [:p]

 

yah ah!!! the old Orh eeee orh, Tarzan bor cheng khor [laugh]:D so long never hear this liao!!! [laugh]:D

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Turbocharged

what happen to him? [sly]

 

kena F$@&*!$&*%*&%!(% from the papa lor .... [laugh]

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