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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Principal of top school under investigation for hiring prostitutes

Sulaiman Kamal | 4:25 AM | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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A principal of a top school in Singapore, along with a number of senior civil servants, are under investigation for hiring prostitutes from an online vice syndicate, according to local media reports.
The public servants were implicated when Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and the Police Intelligence Department (PID) carried out raids against the vice syndicate in late December last year, Shin Min reported.
A list that revealed the names of the syndicate's clients were among the items that were seized in the island-wide raid.

A Straits Times report believed that about 80 people, including public servants, are assisting police with their investigations in an online vice operation.
According to the Shin Min report, these high-ranking civil servants, including the principal, have since resigned jobs. The civil servants came from various government departments.
According to the report, the principal lives in an expensive condominium in the East with his family. Each unit in the area commands a market value of at least $1 million and residents there all drive luxury cars.
The man, aged about 30, has been married for over 10 years and has a son.
The paper's repeated attempts to speak to the principal at his residence were either rebuffed or were unsuccessful.
Colleagues of the principal were shocked to learn that he had quit. A teacher revealed to the paper that the principal had a bright future ahead of him and was sad to learn that he had to leave. The teacher had assumed that the principal was switching professions.
The online vice syndicate was reported to be well-known for their Korean girls. It was believed that the syndicate was operating a call centre out of Bukit Timah.
A police spokesman told Shin Min that investigations related to the online vice syndicate are currently on-going and that it would be inappropriate to comment further.


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