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Six weeks’ imprisonment for paying ‘scapegoats’ to take rap for friends’ illegal parking offences

On 6 November 2012, Seah Hock Thiam (“Seah”) was convicted on two charges of instigating his employee to engage two ‘scapegoats’ to assume criminal liability for illegal parking offences committed by his friends. Today, Seah was sentenced to six weeks’ imprisonment on each of the two charges, with the sentence for both charges to run concurrently.

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Last updated / reviewed on 22 Nov 2012