SINGAPORE — After blogger Roy Ngerng promised yesterday (May 26) to remove four blog posts and a YouTube video that had invited letters from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s lawyer, Mr Ngerng apparently sent emails to local and international media, as well as an unidentified group of recipients, telling them how they could continue accessing the posts.
The YouTube video was also made private instead of being removed.
Mr Lee’s lawyer Davinder Singh has written to Mr Ngerng’s lawyer M Ravi about the blogger misleading Mr Lee and the public. In a letter this morning, Mr Singh also questioned if Mr Ravi knew about the blogger’s actions.
Mr Ravi is to respond by 5pm today, on whether he knew about Mr Ngerng’s intentions to remove or not to remove the video, as well as to send the two emails.
Mr Lee reserves the right to recover aggravated damages.