Attorney-General warns former SMRT drivers against making more unfounded allegations
Published on Apr 20, 2013 10:15 PM
The Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) on Saturday warned that it will take action against the two former SMRT drivers from China if they continue to make unfounded allegations.
The drivers, Chinese nationals He Jun Ling and Liu Xiangying, had alleged in an online video clip posted in January that they were slapped, punched and threatened by police officers while in custody.
The police Internal Affairs Office (IAO), however, has since examined all available evidence related to the case and concluded that the charges were baseless.
Responding to media queries following the IAO findings, an AGC spokesman said:"He and Liu did not raise their allegations in court when they had the opportunity to do so, and when they were represented by their lawyers.
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