25 Jan '11, 11pm

Three face investigation for selling British author's book: Shadrake's book Once A Jolly Hangman: Singapore Just...

SINGAPORE - British freelance journalist Alan Shadrake soon may not be the only one to get into trouble with the law over his book on the death penalty here. Three other people have been summoned by the police over the sale of 12 copies of his book, which has been judged to contain 11 passages scandalising Singapore's judiciary. Film-maker Seelan Palay, Singapore Democratic Party member Jarrod Luo and social activist Rachel Zeng - members of the Singaporeans For Democracy political association (SFD) - have to appear tomorrow at the Police Cantonment Complex for an investigation relating to the "sale of printed or engraved substance containing defamatory matter", according to an SFD statement. As of press time, the police were working on a response to MediaCorp's queries. According to SFD, the sale of the books occurred during a film festival in November at The Substation a...

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