23 Sep '11, 11am

@Talkingdrugs: #Singapore drug law failure: Government admits rising dru What do you think? #dhv

What sort of statitics were calculated during 2008 and 2010 by the Bureau, it's amazing........... I believed the 'cat was let out of the bag'' for some reasons and among the Home Team CNB have the least manpower to manage the drug situations. I believed it could be the change of the very top management who realised some thing were totally wrong during the period when the very top management (director) and have no choice and held a 'press conferences' that the last director retired and handed to him. I believed the new director would not wants to carry on the 'so called errors' to save himself from blame and the new director do not wants to 'take the rap' from auditor. I believed it was very strange the previous were unable to detect for the past two years......... so what sort of 'punishment' would be carried out to dig out for those who falsify the statements. the interg...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Singapore/EDC110923-0001007/Ri...

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