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鄞玉林分享与警方8小时后交往的感想—

民主就是集体强奸!

 

转载自:http://www.theonlinecitizen.com/2016/06/roy-ngerng-shares-his-thoughts-after-8-hour-ordeal-with-the-police/

鄞玉林是一名家喻户晓的政治博客。他就是揭发了有关公积金问题和被李显龙起诉诽谤罪名的人

鄞玉林是2016年5月31日被警方传召问讯有关被指控破坏(武吉巴督补选)冷静日相关条例的两人之一。他在当天早上10点左右到广东民路警署接受问讯

在经过警方的2小时问讯后,本来应该获准离开警察署,却被三名警方人员押送回家进行搜查。警方是在没有取得搜查令的情况下进行搜查他的住家的。警方完成了搜查后又把他押回警察署,并带走了他的2台手提电脑、2个硬盘、储存卡和手机

鄞玉林再一次被带回警署接受问讯,直到旁晚6点才获准释放离开警察署

2016年5月27日,总理公署(PMO)属下选举局助理选举官发表有关向警方投案的声明。它指控政治社交网站《新加坡独立网》(The Independent Singapore,简称“TISG”)和俩名个别人士,张素兰和鄞玉林

这名未具名的选举局助理官员在投案报告书中说,基于“一些网上在线文章在武吉巴督补选冷静日期间上载可能会造成相当于竞选的宣传”

在接受了警方的问讯后,鄞玉林在网上发表了一份文章与大家共同分享。文章内容是有关在问讯期间及警方提出了14份 他撰写并上载在个人的博客网上的文章。他注意到,事实上这些文章的内容完全与武吉巴督补选事件毫无关联。他说,其中的一篇是有关他面对李显龙的诽谤起诉进 行筹措捐款向捐款人及时报告收到捐款的信息。其他的文章是自己提出有关计算在新加坡税务的想法。他也同时在痛苦的思考着自己的想法以及这一个税务问题以及 其他问题将会影响自己的家庭

以下是鄞玉林在自己的脸书Facebook网页所撰写的全文

 我刚刚从警察署回来踏进家门。我被拘留在警察署接受近8小时的问讯,我还没有吃过一餐像样的饭

我是在早上10点钟到达警署的。我离开警署时是接近旁晚6点

但是,这些网上张贴的文章与(武吉巴督补选)选举无关。其中的一篇是有关他面对李显龙的诽谤起诉进行筹措捐款向捐款人及时报告受到捐款的信息。其他的文章是自己提出有关计算在新加坡税务的想法

选举局向警方投案说,在投票日前一天我在网上发表了一些文章——我必须让在新加坡的外国朋友知道,在新加坡(在投票日前一天发表有关选举的文章)这样做是非法的

但是,我个人(对选举的)看法是有允许的……然而,我还是被传召接受调查有关我个人在网上上载的意见

警方人员数次告诉我,这是一个足于造成犯罪的行为,我可能会被逮捕。我听说,他们恫言要逮捕张素兰——另一名和我一起被传召接受调查的小姐

当时,我以为问讯已经结束了。但是数名警方人员围着我要带我家。他们告诉我,要去“抄我的家”

他们把我的手机拿走了

当我要和张缓蓉小姐说话时——她是代表张素兰小姐的律师,他们拒绝了我的要求,并把我拖走

我坚持要知道我的权利,以及他们当时所做的一切是否合法。他们不准我和张缓蓉小姐说话

当警方人员抵达我的家时,我的母亲在家。她感到吃惊。我从来就没看过我妈妈的精神受到这样的刺激

我不记得警方人员在我家呆了多长的时间按。我的两位要好的朋友到我家来

查看(我今天接受问讯的情况),但是,他们被警方拒于门外不准进入我家

当警方人员结束抄家后,他们又把我带回警署。在我要与我的朋友说话时,警方人员把我推开

我后来获悉,在我离开后我妈昏过去了。我的姐姐说,我妈无法接受当时的情况。我的姐姐无法处理当时的情况。自从政府对我一直采取攻击后,我妈就尝试突破困难,勇敢地站出来了

您们说,作为一个没出息和不孝顺的孩子,在这个问题我又能做些什么

在离开前,我妈泡了一杯麦片给我喝。当我在喝我妈给的麦片时,警方人员问我在喝啥?我告诉他,这是一个妈妈疼爱自己孩子发自内心的忧伤

我告诉他,——我为了正义而站出来,结果我失去了工作。你失去了什么

这是令人感到疲累的。你艰苦的为平等而斗争,但是谁来关心你

我在警署接受问讯的时间近8个小时,但是,我并不感到害怕。因为我的理智是清醒的。但是,我一直在思考着——为什么我会被涉嫌为犯人而接受调查。我并没有犯罪啊!——我根本就不应该被涉嫌为犯人

当我回到警署时,警方人员要求我提供手机、手提电脑和脸书(Facebook)以及WordPress的户头密码

我问他们为什么?他们回答说,因为他们要检查互联网协议地址(IP address)。他们是要确定我是唯一使用这个户头的人

这就奇怪了。政府不相信就凭我一个人,可以在我的个人博客网页里撰写700份文章,暴露政府是在未事先告知新加坡人民的情况下,拿我们公积金户头里的个人退休金让新加坡政府投资公司(GIC)

我为此感到非常荣幸

警方人员从我的脸书网页下载了资料, 我耳边听到他们说,脸书教他们如

何阅读资料

我问他们为什么需要我的手机,它和案件有什么关联?他们实际上已经进入了我的手机,他们可以进入所有的设备了

我已经没有任何的个人隐私权了

我很生气。但累了。我已经筋疲力尽了。我感到悲伤。这是混杂的情感

当晚离开警署时,我根本就不知道自己是什么的感觉

眼前的这一切让我想起一名行动党的国会议员在脸书上分享的一段话——民主就如集体强奸的行为

我感觉到自己被强奸了

警方人员在抄我家的那一刻,让感到自己被强奸

当警方人员不允许我与朋友讲话的那一刻,让感到自己被强奸

当警方人员才我的面前搜查个人的电子设备和进入电子设备的户头那一刻,让感到自己被强奸

警方的这一切行为让我感觉有如被人剥光身上的衣服进行搜身一样

尽管我竭尽全力维护我的尊严,最终我还是阻止这一切

话虽如此,我所碰到的警方人员大多数对我还友好的。但是,他们当中除了一位的态度摆出强势的姿态外。但是,我告诉警方人员——我并不会憎恨他们。他们是在执 行自己的任务。新加坡需要他们采取这样的态度去对付真正的罪犯。但是,这样执行任务的态度使用在我的身上,让我感到惊讶!我不知道警方人员是否还记得他们加入警察部队服务是为了什么目的吗?——是欺凌和恐吓?还是保护像我这样的老百姓

我至今还未吃到一餐正常的饭。我告诉警方人员,我要尽快结束这场审讯,我不要进餐,因为我不知道审讯还要持续多久

一名警方人员给我拿来一份蛋糕。我感谢他。但是,我并没有吃,他问为什么

我说,我怀疑这里的一切。我怀疑他们提供给我的食物会放了一些东西。他们给了我2瓶矿泉水。我不敢喝。我还是说,我不相信这里的一切

我告诉他们——我已经认识到了不可以相信这里的一切。因为我已经尝到行动党是如何对付我的

警方人员说,可是我们非政党的啊

是的。但是,我说,你们有时候是被行动党利用了。(对于一些不知道的人,我要告诉你们,在过去60年行动党是新加坡政府的执政党)

在审讯期间,我上了5-6次的厕所。在我上厕所时,警方人员一直把我视为死硬的罪犯看守着我。即便是在我家进行抄家时也是这样的。请大家设想一下——在我自己的家里我也被如此对待

今天,我仍然坚持自己的立场。我不知道自己应有的权利在哪儿?我也不知道警方人员所做的一切是否合法和正确?我被他们来回的推拉

我知道张素兰小姐拒绝把自己的手机、手提电脑交给警方。她要求警方出示搜查令,但是,警方恐吓要逮捕他

这到底是不是目前我们生活着的国家啊!——本来制定法律是为了保护我们,但是,我们现在却必须对法律产生恐惧啊

终于我要去吃我的第一餐正常的饭了,我感到疲惫不堪

我对自己所做的一切感到难于理解。我是为了正义而斗争的。但是,我自己却疲惫得把这个包袱扛在自己肩头上

当我坚持自己的立场时,我面对着的是满脸怒火时,我认识到在这一刻只有自己一

我们的国家需要正义与平等,但是,只剩下我一个人进行争取

我问警方人员,你的良知是否会感到不安啊

是吗

我的妈与爸爸,我为此向你们说声对不起,我让你们失望了。我尝试让自己

勇敢起来。我为你们做了什么?我今天是否已经尽了作为一个孩子应尽的孝道了

没有。这一切尚未完结。明天,我还得偿还总理诽谤案件的赔偿金啊。我必须偿还他18万元。我现在还不知道,自己会不会被控告这个“犯罪行为”

我告诉一个在警察署等我出来的社会活动者,这一天终于结束了。他带着半开玩笑的对我说,还早着呢,这一切才刚刚开始

或许,这对我们的祖国来说是已经腐烂了

 

相关链接网址:

1.张素兰:《咱们的警察部队是干啥的? What is happening to our Police Force?》

https://renminglishiziliaoaku.wordpress.com/2016/05/31/

2.TOC:《鄞玉林和张素兰现在面对警方广泛的调查 Roy Ngerng Yiling and Teo Soh Lung are now being extensively investigated

https://renminglishiziliaoaku.wordpress.com/2016/06/01/

3. Function 8严厉谴责政府滥用权力对付个别公民及公民社会组织 Function 8 condemns use of gov’t powers against individual citizens and civil society groups

https://renminglishiziliaoaku.wordpress.com/2016/06/01/

  1. 朱正熙律师:我对警方的许多感到失望

https://renminglishiziliaoaku.wordpress.com/2016/06/01/

 

5.工人党就“冷静日调查事件”发表声明

 https://renminglishiziliaoaku.wordpress.com/2016/06/01/

  1. 民主党发表声明:要求平等对待冷静日

https://renminglishiziliaoaku.wordpress.com/2016/06/01/

 

 

 Roy Ngerng shares his thoughts after 8 hour ordeal with the police

http://www.theonlinecitizen.com/2016/06/roy-ngerng-shares-his-thoughts-after-8-hour-ordeal-with-the-police/

 

 

Roy Ngerng, a well-known political blogger who made news with his CPF articles and defamation suit with the Prime Minister of Singapore, was one of the two individuals who were called to assist the police in investigation of alleged violation of the Cooling Off Day regulations at the Cantonment Police Station, around 10am on Tuesday.

After a two hour interview with the police, instead of being allowed to go. Ngerng was escorted by three policemen back to his home and the police searched his residence without a search warrant. When the search was completed, the police took away 2 laptops, 2 harddisk, memory cards and his mobile phone.

Ngerng was brought back to the police station again for questioning before being released at around 6pm

On 27 May, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) released a statement about the filing of police reports by the Assistant Returning Officer from the Elections Department (ELD) against socio-political site, The Independent Singapore (TISG), and two individuals, Teo Soh Lung and Roy Ngerng.

The unnamed Assistant Returning Officer  filed the reports due to the publishing of “several online articles and postings that may be tantamount to election advertising, on Cooling-Off Day and Polling Day of the recent Bukit Batok by-election”.

In a post that Ngerng made after his interview session with the police, he shared what went on during the interview and wrote that the police took 14 posts on Facebook and his blog to question him. He noted that were posts completely unrelated to the by-election. He said that one was on the funding update for the defamation suit that he faced from PM Lee Hsien Loong and the other was on thoughts about how tax should be calculated in Singapore. He also poured out his thoughts after his ordeal and how this and other matters have affected his family.

Below is Ngerng’s full post on his Facebook account.


Got home only just. Spent nearly 8 hours being interrogated and held by the police today. Have not had a proper meal yet.

Was at the police station at 10am. Left close to 6pm.

Police took out 14 posts on Facebook and blog to question me.

But there were posts completely unrelated to the election. One was on the funding update for the defamation suit that I faced from the Singapore prime minister. Another was just thoughts about how tax should be calculated in Singapore.

The Election Department reported that I posted articles on the day before election – which to let my foreign friends know, is illegal in Singapore.

But personal views are allowed. Still, I am being investigated for posting my personal views.

The police told me a few times this is an arrestable crime and I could be arrested. I heard they threatened to arrest Soh Lung – the other lady being investigated with me.

When I thought I was done, several police officers surrounded me. I was to be brought home. They were going to “raid” my home, I was told.

My phone was taken away from me.

When I wanted to speak to Jeanette – the lawyer who was representing Soh Lung, they refused to let me. And dragged me away.

I insisted I wanted to know my rights and whether it was legal for them to do what they were doing. They would not let me speak to Jeanette.

My mom was at home when the police came. She was in shock. I have never seen my mom so traumatised before.

I do not remember how long the police were there. Two activist friends came to check on me. The police would not let them into my home.

When the police finished the raid and I had to head back to the police station, the police pulled me away before I could speak to my friends further more.

I was told that after I left, my mom broke down. My sister said my mom could not take it. She did not know how to handle things anymore. Mom has been trying too hard to put up a brave front for these 2 years since the government has been attacking me.

What can I do at that point? For being a useless and unfilial son?

Mom made me some oat to drink before I left again. When the policeman asked me what I ate, I told him it was a mother’s love from her broken heart.

I told him – I stood up for justice and I lost my job. What did you lose?

It is very tiring. You fought so hard for equality. And who cares?

I spent nearly 8 hours with the police. I was not scared. Because my conscience is clear. But I kept thinking – why am I being investigated for a crime that I did not do – that should not even be a crime?

When I got back to the police station, the police told me that they wanted my all my passwords to access my phone, my laptop, and my Facebook and my WordPress accounts.

I asked why. They said it was because they wanted to check the IP address. They wanted to be sure I was the only person operating the account.

Funny, the government does not believe that just with one person, I can write nearly 700 articles on my blog and exposed how the government was taking our CPF pension funds to let GIC without telling Singaporeans?

I must be really honoured.

The police downloaded the archives from my Facebook. I overheard that Facebook taught them how to read the archives.

I asked them what they would do with my phone. They practically have access to my whole phone now and can access everything.

I have no more privacy.

I am angry. But tired. Exhausted. Sad. It is mixed emotions.

When I left the police station, I did not know what to feel.

I was reminded of what a PAP MP shared on his Facebook – democracy is like gang rape in action.

I felt raped. I felt raped when the police surrounded me to raid my home. I felt raped when they did not let me speak to my friends. I felt raped when the police searched all my devices and accounts in front of me. I felt like I was stripped and searched.

I lost my dignity, even as I tried hard to maintain it.

Having said that, most of the officers I met were nice enough. But one was not and was throwing his weight around. But I told the police – I do not hate them. They are doing their job. Singapore needs them for the real crimes. But it is in times like this, that I wonder if the police still remembers why they joined the police force for – to bully and intimidate or to protect people like me?

I have not eaten a proper meal until now. I told the police I wanted to get the interrogation over and done with quickly and did not want to eat. I did not know it would drag on for so long.

One policeman brought me two bars of cake. I thanked him but I did not eat them. He asked me why.

I said I do not trust this place. I do not trust what they would put in the food they give. They gave me two mineral water bottles. I did not dare to drink them. I did not trust the place, I said.

I told them – I have learnt not to trust because of what the PAP has done to me.

The police said – but we are nonpartisan.

Yeah, but the PAP makes use of you sometimes, I said. (PAP is the ruling party in government for the past 60 or so in Singapore, for those of you who do not know).

When I needed to go to the toilet about 5 or 6 times throughout the day, the police would stand watch over me like I am hardened criminal. They did this even when they raided my home. Imagine this – being guarded in your own home.

I stood my ground today but I did not know my rights, I did not know if what the police did was right or legal. I was pushed and pulled around.

I understand Soh Lung did not want to give her phone and laptop and asked for a search warrant. But the police threatened to arrest her.

Is this the kind of state we are in now – where we have to fear the very law and people who are supposed to protect us?

I am finally going to eat my first proper meal now. I am tired.

I wonder why I am doing all this. I am fighting for justice but it is tiring carrying the burden on my shoulders, alone.

When I stood my ground and faced the fire, I realise only I was there.

We want justice and equality for this country but we let just one person fight for it.

I asked the police – is your conscience pricked?

Is it?

I am sorry, mom and dad. I have let you down. I tried to be brave but what have I done to you? Have I done my duty to you as a son?

But it is not over yet. Tomorrow, I have to pay the prime minister the next installment for the defamation suit. I have to pay him S$180,000. And I still do not know if I will be charged for this “crime”.

I told an activist who met me when I came out of the police station, that finally today has ended. He joked in a half-serious manner and said it has only just begun.

Perhaps, it has, the rot to our nation.

视频录像网址:警方人员在搜查张素兰家https://www.facebook.com/jeannette.aruldoss/videos/10201742041470598/

 

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