Public prosecution and persecution of Nicholas Lim

Worst Punishment Nicholas Lim could have is the public prosecution and persecution he is having right now.

Does he deserve this?

What I can say is that this is the direct result of total mismanagement of the whole case by both AGC/Police and NUS administration.

Apparently what is lacking here is the due considerations given to the victim. When the police or AGC decided to give such probationary warning to Nicholas Lim, did they seek the view of the victim?

When the NUS administration gave such light punishment to Nicholas Lim, did they ask the victim whether she is agreeable to it or has forgiven him?

In this era of internet and social media, what is perceived as weak and helpless parties like the victim in this case, is suddenly empowered to escalate the perceived injustice up to public persecution and judgement. This is the worst judgement anyone could suffer as his private life will suddenly splashed and exposed nakedly to public view.

Yes, it is worse than having him prosecuted in open court while the court, in the presence of the victim, deliberate why probation is given to Nicholas Lim.

Ultimately, what Nicholas Lim did wrong affected the victim. It is for him to seek forgiveness from the victim.

So in my view, yes, Nicholas Lim is suffering worst kind of public judgement all no thanks to the improper management of AGC/police and NUS administration.

And we need a total revamp on how the legal procedure and process should work out. Proper separation of powers between prosecution and judiciary in such serious criminal cases. It is important to have proper closure for BOTH victims and culprits, else, Hell will break loose.

 

Goh Meng Seng

 

 

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22 Responses to “Public prosecution and persecution of Nicholas Lim”

  • I have to agree with Meng Seng and I believe that this mindless bashing of the offender fiasco has to stop. He has already been shamed, lost his job and probably his family members dragged into the whole shit just because he got a slap on the wrist for his stupid offence.

    Are all these noises because we want to see changes to NUS’s policies to protect vulnerable female students from future scums like the offender or are we out for blood and wants to see the offender lose his job and starved to death, shamed in public, kenna throw stones at and maybe even hanged?

    I have never been a proponent of trial by public media and this case clearly demonstrates why.

    We can lie to ourselves that making so much noise is because we are wanting justice for the victim Ms Monica Baey, but are we really?

    Neh, it appears more like we are helping the victim to exert revenge on an offender who has already been dealt with in accordance with applicable laws.

    Slam the inadequate policies by all means but I think it is time we leave the offender alone so he can start afresh in life.

    .

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  • Being Remorseful, Excuse U ?:

    Hey Singapore Police, are u so kind enough. By being remorseful. you can be given a conditional discharge. In that case we can commit any crime and be remorseful and police will say its OK.

    Please do a proper job as you are being paid a high salary. Sentence him in jail and summoned him. If he got expelled from his university, that is his own problem. That should teach him a lesson he will never forget for the rest of his life.

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  • Alcohol Again!:

    Clearly, alcohol is the culprit here.
    When is the ban-alcohol minister going to ban alcohol from all campuses?

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  • HarderTruths:

    Zero tolerance.

    If the gahmen is scared of him then the citizens need to shame him publicly to show him and other perverts this behaviour will not be tolerated.

    Nicholas – you are the new pariah of $G social media. enjoy your new found fame. It will be something you will never forget.

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  • 大成巷阿明:

    可怜的林尼古拉斯!

    你要坚强!

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  • MarBowling:

    Have said before and will say it again. The current AG Lucy Wong is just an ex-personal Lawyer of a CLOWN. That means all through his fiacking career, he only does PERSONAL stuff for his Big Boss, Nothing else! Out of the BLUE, this old COOt is appointed as the AG to replace a younger and more compete AG. Look at all the MESS and FUMBLE BOTH happening locally and in the international scene, since becoming the AG! Think he should look into a Mirror and REFLECT what he has ACHIEVED so far! HoLee shit$$$$$$$$!

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  • Flabbergasted:

    what happened to our champion of rights, san-mu-kan ? so quiet over this episode?

    say something lah, defend the defenseless.

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  • The Four Horsemen:

    The rule of law is now broken. Real accountability has not been extracted in many past incidents which started from PAP institutions, this pent up injustice has now flowed over to this incident.
    The Singapore law has been corrupted and perceived as not equal. It cannot be trusted.
    Allegiance,connection, religion,background, stature and education level seems to have an effect on the sentencing. Just look at the case on KongHee Fatt choy. The handling of young offenders. Another case was the death of Hualiang, a popular comedian who was killed by a drunken Japanese businessman in a car accident some years ago. Then there were the many cases of unnecessary deaths of NSmen due to negligence of the superiors.
    Those in office seems to get it wrong always in many cases.
    When leniency is called for, the authority appears high handed instead.
    Sometimes the culprit and instigator was let off more lightly than the victim.
    Just take the case of the wilful and emboldened cyclist and the lorry driver.

    The is a result of inexperience, of preference, or corruption, of selectively carry out of the full force of rule of law.
    The country has now arrived further into the stages of decline, from the prophecy of the four horsemen.

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  • Do your job properly:

    Fully agree.

    The ministar in charge and nus mgt have been sleeping on the job. They should be fired.

    What do you think?

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  • Happy hours in campus:

    Alcohol Again!:
    Clearly, alcohol is the culprit here.
    When is the ban-alcohol minister going to ban alcohol from all campuses?

    Hmmm… it even have a bar in the union house for happy hours.

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  • patriot of TUMASIK:

    TRE Techie:
    I have to agree with Meng Seng and I believe that this mindless bashing of the offender fiasco has to stop. He has already been shamed, lost his job and probably his family members dragged into the whole shit just because he got a slap on the wrist for his stupid offence.

    Are all these noises because we want to see changes to NUS’s policies to protect vulnerable female students from future scums like the offender or are we out for blood and wants to see the offender lose his job and starved to death, shamed in public, kenna throw stones at and maybe even hanged?

    I have never been a proponent of trial by public media and this case clearly demonstrates why.

    We can lie to ourselves that making so much noise is because we are wanting justice for the victim Ms Monica Baey, but are we really?

    Neh, it appears more like we are helping the victim to exert revenge on an offender who has already been dealt with in accordance with applicable laws.

    Slam the inadequate policies by all means but I think it is time we leave the offender alone so he can start afresh in life.

    .

    “DITTO”

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  • 'insignificant' snow flake:

    the consequences (unpredictability) of cause and effect (butterfly effect). you just do not know when a small matter (but relatively big for the victim) can snowball into an avalanche of huge damage (pulling the ‘good name’ of institution(s) and the other good people working hard to build the goodwill into doubts over moral / ethical positions.) ????

    you just need the next seemingly ‘insignificant’ snow flake to trigger a disastrous avalanche creating significant damage (if all other conditions which are equally unpredictable are just right) ???

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  • Opposition dude:

    The problem arose because of the lack of punishment meted to the humsup, this is why the victim went public with it. I applaud her for this since humsups before this pervert were severely dealt with in the past.

    The public outroar is not unexpected since justice has not been served properly. Giving the super weak excuse of him showing potential for rehabilitation is just pure bullshit! Why not rehabilitation for all previous humsups then?

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  • rukidding:

    Seek what victim’s view ????

    This is Leejiapore !!!

    Real news can be “fake news” …so whats new ???

    Stupid 70% signed away their own human rights !!…period !

    All I can say is …the Rich will be the “winners”…the poor and ordinarys…”always the suckers” !!!!

    The rich gets richer,….the poor and ordinary…gets further “squeezing”

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  • ganeshsk:

    IN SHORT WE NEED A SERIOUS CHANGE OF GOVERNMENT

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  • Bad Boy:

    Well she always have the option to join #metoo movement.

    Or maybe another option i believe, she can filed a civil suit against him and ask for $$$ compensation. As the JD.COM guy kena sue by the lady who he slept with in USA.

    Which only prove my personal opinion of her which i profiled and classified as the 釣金龜婿 type or 釣高富帥 type.
    But then nowadays , its common with majority of woman out there.

    Anyway is she a prc?

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  • Bad Boy:

    from HK Andy hui and Jacqueline wong fiasco, is a good example.

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  • jc:

    Can you imagine if pinky being exposed and caught for corruption, the whole internet will prosecute him without the court? Can’t wait for the judgement day.

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  • Old man rolling in his grave:

    'insignificant' snow flake:
    the consequences (unpredictability) of cause and effect (butterfly effect). you just do not know when a small matter (but relatively big for the victim) can snowball into an avalanche of huge damage (pulling the ‘good name’ of institution(s) and the other good people working hard to build the goodwill into doubts over moral / ethical positions.) ????

    you just need the next seemingly ‘insignificant’ snow flake to trigger a disastrous avalanche creating significant damage (if all other conditions which are equally unpredictable are just right) ???

    Indeed, a spark can start a huge fire!

    Blame who? None other than the white monkeys for their arrogance, high handedness and treating the ordinary citizens as dafts and fools.

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  • jc:

    @MarBowling:
    April 24, 2019 at 6:59 am (Quote)
    Have said before and will say it again. The current AG Lucy Wong is just an ex-personal Lawyer of a CLOWN. That means all through his fiacking career, he only does PERSONAL stuff for his Big Boss, Nothing else! Out of the BLUE, this old COOt is appointed as the AG to replace a younger and more compete AG. Look at all the MESS and FUMBLE BOTH happening locally and in the international scene, since becoming the AG! Think he should look into a Mirror and REFLECT what he has ACHIEVED so far! HoLee shit$$$$$$$$

    Response:
    Whatever he does or decide it’s the useless clown decision. Don’t you know the whole country is controlled by one mother farker?

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  • jc:

    @TRE Techie:
    I have to agree with Meng Seng and I believe that this mindless bashing of the offender fiasco has to stop. He has already been shamed, lost his job and probably his family members dragged into the whole shit just because he got a slap on the wrist for his stupid offence.

    Are all these noises because we want to see changes to NUS’s policies to protect vulnerable female students from future scums like the offender or are we out for blood and wants to see the offender lose his job and starved to death, shamed in public, kenna throw stones at and maybe even hanged?

    I have never been a proponent of trial by public media and this case clearly demonstrates why.

    We can lie to ourselves that making so much noise is because we are wanting justice for the victim Ms Monica Baey, but are we really?

    Neh, it appears more like we are helping the victim to exert revenge on an offender who has already been dealt with in accordance with applicable laws.

    Slam the inadequate policies by all means but I think it is time we leave the offender alone so he can start afresh in life.

    Response:

    Don’t blame the internet for making so much noise to prosecute the pervert, blame the law inconsistence, blame the government for no accountability, biggest blame is to our useless clown who sued his siblings and nephew.

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  • one question, and one only:

    TRE Techie:
    I have to agree with Meng Seng and I believe that this mindless bashing of the offender fiasco has to stop. He has already been shamed, lost his job and probably his family members dragged into the whole shit just because he got a slap on the wrist for his stupid offence.

    Are all these noises because we want to see changes to NUS’s policies to protect vulnerable female students from future scums like the offender or are we out for blood and wants to see the offender lose his job and starved to death, shamed in public, kenna throw stones at and maybe even hanged?

    I have never been a proponent of trial by public media and this case clearly demonstrates why.

    We can lie to ourselves that making so much noise is because we are wanting justice for the victim Ms Monica Baey, but are we really?

    Neh, it appears more like we are helping the victim to exert revenge on an offender who has already been dealt with in accordance with applicable laws.

    Slam the inadequate policies by all means but I think it is time we leave the offender alone so he can start afresh in life.

    .

    Very well said. Agree.

    The one question is, how come pap clown can ownself declare ownself ok via parleeement?

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