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    The plot thickens...

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    Sad case...
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    Grim reminder of how PRC drivers usual driving habits in China . Most of them takes for granted their usual practices and drives recklessly in their motherland whether intoxicated or otherwise and bring it over to Singapore.

    I only wonder if the media will ever release the information on the toxification report to public as many wants to know if he was under the influence at that point.

    This one will be one hot topic in Singapore in the coming weeks.

    Sympathies to the innocent victims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtemujin View Post
    PRC Ferrari driver - Dead.
    The taxi passenger was a female Japanese tourist - Dead.
    Abang motorcyclist - Spinal injury.
    Taxi driver uncle - Dead.

    No way to do defensive driving, the Ferrari hit the taxi like a missile.
    wah phiang, kena hit like that even if taxi got 20 side air bag also no use man.

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    The sad part seeing The Straits Times on the charm offensive for the PRC Ferrari driver.

    The photos on ST is focused on the PRC driver families and not the uncle taxi driver and the abang motorcyclist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtemujin View Post
    The sad part seeing The Straits Times on the charm offensive for the PRC Ferrari driver.

    The photos on ST is focused on the PRC driver families and not the uncle taxi driver and the abang motorcyclist.
    You see even in this case the media got to say good things about him. Money and presumably powerful connections do seem magical.

    The PRC Ferrari driver in this case has died. Probably not wearing seat belts. He did not expect to die when he was speeding and running red lights.

    Maybe PRC super-rich driver always think that:
    • If other people die as a result of his reckless driving, it is alright. He does not care. As long as nothing happens to himself.
    • Everything can be settled by money, even if other people are killed by him in car collision. In PRC corrupt police and judges can be bought.
    • Some sons of powerful PRC officials even dare others when they knock people down.

    So all of them carry this mental attitude when they speed and cut across traffic lights. They fully believe that they are above the law and they can buy or bully their way out of it.

    Except that in this case, the PRC Ferrari driver never expected heaven's/god's law (which is not man-made) to be imposed. So he has to die as decreed.
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    let's not speculate and incriminate him before the evidence is presented. for all you know, he might have a disorder that made him fall asleep at the wheel and step on the brakes. i've heard of that before, and it's a valid medical condition.

    anyway, this type of case is common in Singapore. the only reason it's causing a hoo-hah this big is because

    1) it's driven by a PRC
    2) it's a ferrari

    if it were any other case involving a local driver and local victim, it would have been quiet.

    so haters, please shut up and don't spread the hate.

    and before you judge him, know that NO MATTER what religion you're in, you're not God and definitely not the one judging him. do unto others what you would want others to do unto you.

    you never know, if one day you're the driver of a vehicle that causes a sensational accident. do you want the same sentence to be passed down on you? that you were drunk, behaving inappropriately without any evidence? just pure speculation by others?
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    My friends are donating money to the victim's family especially the taxi-driver who's the sole breadwinner. If anyone wants to chip in please contact me & if there's any journalist here, please help us to contact the immediate family. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xtemujin View Post
    The sad part seeing The Straits Times on the charm offensive for the PRC Ferrari driver.

    The photos on ST is focused on the PRC driver families and not the uncle taxi driver and the abang motorcyclist.
    this is very crap and sad.


    good thing i no longer read the local papers.
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    the worst thing was i heard someone was witnessed stealing $ from the lady passenger instead of help her

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsun View Post
    the worst thing was i heard someone was witnessed stealing $ from the lady passenger instead of help her
    kauz. if true, mux get the person and cane him/her.
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    Read on channelnewsasia that the taxi driver is the sole breadwinner of his family. His daughter's plan for university may be changed because of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309
    let's not speculate and incriminate him before the evidence is presented. for all you know, he might have a disorder that made him fall asleep at the wheel and step on the brakes. i've heard of that before, and it's a valid medical condition.
    If he has a disorder, and it's known then he should not even be driving, let alone a high performance car.

    Endangerment to oneself is one thing but when it endangers others, that's another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtemujin View Post
    The sad part seeing The Straits Times on the charm offensive for the PRC Ferrari driver.

    The photos on ST is focused on the PRC driver families and not the uncle taxi driver and the abang motorcyclist.
    This is sad
    I always believe that the local papers had no substance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    let's not speculate and incriminate him before the evidence is presented. for all you know, he might have a disorder that made him fall asleep at the wheel and step on the brakes. i've heard of that before, and it's a valid medical condition.

    anyway, this type of case is common in Singapore. the only reason it's causing a hoo-hah this big is because

    1) it's driven by a PRC
    2) it's a ferrari

    if it were any other case involving a local driver and local victim, it would have been quiet.

    so haters, please shut up and don't spread the hate.

    and before you judge him, know that NO MATTER what religion you're in, you're not God and definitely not the one judging him. do unto others what you would want others to do unto you.

    you never know, if one day you're the driver of a vehicle that causes a sensational accident. do you want the same sentence to be passed down on you? that you were drunk, behaving inappropriately without any evidence? just pure speculation by others?
    Don't based on your assumption and called others haters. To me it is good that he died else he will just paid a fine, which should be peanut to him, and walk away as a free man. Who know the next girl sitting beside him are related to you. Or the next person who are killed in like manner are related to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    let's not speculate and incriminate him before the evidence is presented. for all you know, he might have a disorder that made him fall asleep at the wheel and step on the brakes. i've heard of that before, and it's a valid medical condition.

    anyway, this type of case is common in Singapore. the only reason it's causing a hoo-hah this big is because

    1) it's driven by a PRC
    2) it's a ferrari

    if it were any other case involving a local driver and local victim, it would have been quiet.

    so haters, please shut up and don't spread the hate.

    and before you judge him, know that NO MATTER what religion you're in, you're not God and definitely not the one judging him. do unto others what you would want others to do unto you.

    you never know, if one day you're the driver of a vehicle that causes a sensational accident. do you want the same sentence to be passed down on you? that you were drunk, behaving inappropriately without any evidence? just pure speculation by others?

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    wonder now the family of victims, how they will cope???

    very sad, heard the japanese body yet to be claimed....
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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    In a motor accident, the punishment meted out is light because some time no witness is willing to appear
    in court to give evidence. Lack of evidence is the cause of light sentencing in most cases. The
    range of punishment in a road accident is not heavy enough because it is an accident and it is difficult
    to decide without sufficient proof who is right or wrong.
    Last edited by henry soh; 14th May 2012 at 10:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jopel View Post
    Don't based on your assumption and called others haters. To me it is good that he died else he will just paid a fine, which should be peanut to him, and walk away as a free man. Who know the next girl sitting beside him are related to you. Or the next person who are killed in like manner are related to you.
    looks like i touched a sensitive point with you. no one knows if they may have a disorder, and it might be a sudden on-set.

    and would you like to be sentenced to prison before being pronounced guilty?

    well, i thought so.

    it seems like Singaporeans are not happy with foreigners. and no matter what the case is, Foreigners will always get smacked down faster then they would smack down a fellow countryman for the same crime. so i don't know what it is, that we are forcing our government to turn Singapore into a North Korean-like country? or are we going to be like Australia and lobbying for a "No-Immigrants" policy.

    either way it doesn't matter because Singaporeans are just hoping that the country's population will increase on it's own without foreign investment and immigration.

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