Amos Yee's appeal dismissed
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Blogger Amos Yee Pang Sang, 16, who had appealed in court against his conviction and sentence had both of them dismissed on Thursday (Oct 8).
He was not in court today.
On May 12, Yee was found guilty of electronically transmitting an obscene image of former Prime Minister (PM) Lee Kuan Yew and former British PM Margaret Thatcher, and also for uploading content online that contained remarks against Christianity.
District Judge Jasvender Kaur had sentenced him to four weeks’ jail on July 6.
Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 9.
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