|No dangerous weapons were used in the filming of this video|
Among other things, it claimed that Wong's bizarre conduct at Justice Philip Pillai's court session was "intended primarily to injure" Ravi's "reputation, goodwill and standing in the community".
However, it is generally accepted sentiment among the public that any attempt to take on the parties involved is an uphill task. At the Speakers' Corner on Sunday the aggrieved lawyer had to delve deep into his cultural roots to summon help from higher authority. Authenticity was sacrificed by use of stage props, in case over enthusiastic undercover agents, acting very much on their own volition, try to frame him for possession of offensive weapons. According to Ravi, the ritualistic performance was a classical dance item that the Indians did when Qin Shi Huang, the First Emperor of China, instituted mass executions of 888 people upon ascending the throne. Wong, on the other hand, has yet to come up with an explanation for his weird performance before the presiding judges and state counsels at the Singapore High Court.
|I still don't get it.|