The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) and the Singapore Police are turning a blind eye to the blatant crimes committed by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his powerful CEO wife Ho Ching.
Theft on 6th April 2015
In his last will, Lee Kuan Yew ruled that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was not allowed to access his assets without the executioners’ permission. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) removing the assets on 6 April 2015 hence amount to theft.
Impersonation and security breach by Ho Ching on 6th April 2015
According to transmittal records by the National Heritage Board (NHB), the PM’s wife impersonated a representative of the PMO when she does not hold any title with the PMO. Furthermore, the impersonation is a breach of security especially when she is not even a civil servant. Documents that may relate to details of the national reserves, further reinforce the conflict of interests as her CEO position of Temasek Holdings.
Abuse of power on 10 June 2015
As confirmed by Minister Lawrence Wong, Lee Hsien Loong abused his premiership powers to obtain a confidential deed of gift from his Ministry. Two days later on 12 June 2015, the corrupted Prime Minister then used his personal lawyer, Lucien Wong from law firm Allen&Gledhill, instead of the official PM’s legal representative Attorney-General’s Chambers, to file a letter of protest against his younger brother.
Open cronyism turning personal lawyer into Attorney-General on 16 Jan 2017
In 2017, PM Lee Hsien Loong rewarded his former personal lawyer Lucien Wong with an Attorney-General appointment despite the latter having no experience with government legal matters.
Abuse powers to set up Ministerial Committee on 17 Jun 2017
Just last Saturday, PM Lee Hsien Loong conveyed an emergency meeting, and within hours, set up the Ministerial Committee to override his father’s will. Ministers were then given the green light to assist the PM in attacking his siblings, with Teo Chee Hean, K Shanmugam, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Indranee Rajah and Lawrence Wong now openly lying in an attempt to invalidate Lee Kuan Yew’s last will.
Abuse powers to clear oneself of corruption allegations in Parliament on 18 Jun 2017
A day after he was accused of abusing powers to set up the Ministerial Committee, Lee Hsien Loong quickly called for Parliament to “discuss” on whether if he has broken the law in the next parliament hearing on 3 July 2017. The move is to avoid having the corruption allegations being raised to the High Courts, where his margin of winning is much lower as his siblings can hire a powerful team of lawyers to take him down. Compared to fighting the corruption allegations in Court, the Parliament has 83 PAP MPs singing in his favour and only 7 toothless Opposition MPs.
The above crimes are however not exhaustive as the PM’s brother Lee Hsien Yang is slowly, and steadily, leaking evidence of the PM’s crimes each evening.
The CPIB and Singapore Police are however not taking any actions against the PM because they are non-independent entities reporting under the PMO. The dictator PM controls all government entities that are supposed to be independent e.g. Election Department, Corruption Bureau, Civil Service, Public Service Division and Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Lee Hsien Loong has unprecedented powers and designed government structures in a way rendering himself immune to investigation.