Monday , 18 December 2017
NSF Charged for reporting dog abuse by officers
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NSF Charged for reporting dog abuse by officers

SINGAPORE – NSF movie the canine which was believed to be abused by the officers was charged with P case for unauthorized filming and unauthorized disclosure of data to a 3rd social gathering.

The father of the complete-time National Serviceman (NSF) who took a video of a an deserted canine in a army toilet has spoken out in defence of his son.

The NSF had filmed the canine, reportedly tied-up in a bathe stall and “with a taut white rope tied round its neck – stopping it from shifting or mendacity down”, based on media stories.

It is alleged that it was a lieutenant-colonel who tied up the canine on the Pasir Ris camp.

The NSF is being charged on two counts – unauthorised videography and unauthorised disclosure of data to a 3rd get together.

He had allegedly despatched the video he made to Animal Lovers League founder Cathy Strong, who then posted the clip on-line.

The Ministry of Defence stated that it had carried out an investigation into the matter and located that there was no abuse of the canine.

Mr Simon Spencer, writing on his Facebook web page, stated, “There was no honour in the best way this example was dealt with by the Singapore Armed Forces.”

He stated his son and eight different NSFs additionally witnessed the senior officer hitting the canine.

“[Things] received out of hand this time when the lieutenant colonel personally brutally hit an harmless canine within the presence of the NS males, as an indication of “how it’s executed” with a view to be sure that the strays wouldn’t dare to strategy the military camp in future. This was witnessed by my son and eight different NSFs who have been threatened to be charged if they didn’t hold their silence.”

He stated he’s pleased with what his son has completed, whereas acknowledging that there are protocols within the military.

“[As a] father to my son, I love him and I am absolutely supportive of how he dealt with this case. I’m very pleased with him and all his colleagues who assisted him on this act of humanity. They demonstrated braveness and selflessness once they stepped as much as save these harmless poor creatures from being harmed additional, as an alternative of cowering in worry and silence lest they endure the results of standing up for what is true.”

NSF Charged for reporting dog abuse by officers
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