An outdated news: Falun Gong man was arrested in Singapore.

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smallfrog
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An outdated news: Falun Gong man was arrested in Singapore.

Post by smallfrog » Sun Nov 15, 2009 1:04 pm

It was reported that a man called Chua Eng Chwee, 69, a Falun Gong practitioner, was arrested while staging a protest with eight placards under the Esplanade Bridge. (Straits Times, October 16, 2009) The police confirmed to The Straits Times that they arrested a man under the Public Order Act for violating a 'move-on' order after he defied several police warnings. The police had earlier issued him with a written move-on order, but Chua defied this and subsequent warnings.
Why was he arrested by the police? According to Mr. Li, the falun gong practitioners should obey the three following rules “Truthfulness, benevolence, forbearance”. Was his behavior incarnate the advantage of practising Falun gong? What the practitioners do should not harm the order of sciety.
Thanks to the LAW that was passed months ago to empower the police to deal with disruptive behaviour in public places has been invoked. Otherwise there would be more dangerous things happening. Every country should have the law to forbid such harmful things happening.

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RE: An outdated news: Falun Gong man was arrested in Singapore.

Post by code1 » Mon Nov 16, 2009 4:09 pm

move on orders should be respected :fi_lone_ranger:

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