SG has its own fiascoes and not in a position to pass negative comments on MLY about MH370.
The excuses in SG given were not high quality.
Woodlands barrier crash. The SG public will definitely not be alarmed if told that the police are doing what they should be doing - trying to catch criminals. Although taxi drivers can co-operate to assist the police, taxi drivers should not take on the burden of police duties that the police themselves should be doing.
The driver entered Singapore 12 minutes after arriving at the checkpoint, at 4.05pm...........
An alert was sent out to taxi companies 35 minutes after the driver entered Singapore, asking for help to look out for the vehicle.
The director of operations at the Singapore Police Force, Senior Assistant Commissioner Lau Peet Meng, explained in the briefing that they sought help through the cab drivers, so as not to alarm the public. He said by then, the police already knew who the driver was and the aim of the search was to locate him. At about 8.30pm on Saturday, the authorities recovered the abandoned vehicle in an unknown location.
The driver was arrested at another location later at 9.15pm.
Little India riot
http://www.straitstimes.com/sites/st...uenceV2web.pngThe police’s Special Operations Command (SOC) arrived half an hour after they had been activated. The police said the delay was because Hampshire Road was congested with buses picking up foreign workers. SOC officers had to alight and proceed on foot.
Look, there are at least 10 other alternative routes to get to the scene of the riot.