Talk by fugitive match-fixer axed on police advice

Video conference with S'porean Wilson Raj Perumal slated to take place last Monday

Wilson Raj Perumal absconded and fled overseas using a fake passport in 2010.
Wilson Raj Perumal absconded and fled overseas using a fake passport in 2010.
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A talk touted as an evening with a convicted football match-fixer was cancelled after police advised the organiser not to proceed with it.

The event, called "SG Most Wanted: Catch Me If You Can", was organised by events and activities platform 4FUN and was slated to take place last Monday evening.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 30, 2019, with the headline Talk by fugitive match-fixer axed on police advice. Subscribe