1. I have said I will fully cooperate with the police.
2. The police did not ‘raid’ my house. I welcome them and they do their job of investigating.
3. If the word ‘raid’ is used, it maybe because a group of reporters were outside my house and they probably thought the flurry of activities, of removing my Mac box from the store room as ‘raid’.
My case has been featured in almost all the mainstream media and they are mostly consistent with what I went through. Thank God! Even Tamil paper runs a story. I only know about it from my Indian colleague today.
Until the case is closed or I am charged or arrested, I have no further comment.
As for my feelings, I hold no anger with Tony Yew because it is pointless. He has been bashed enough by people online and people I met. Ultimately, he is the one who is going to face the people and his own conscience. I hope he has thought it through before he subjects another family through what I went through. For example, I have an eight year old son who sat quietly in the living without turning on the TV for 2 hrs because ‘police come to catch mommy and her computer’.
And to the innocent people, no, I did nothing wrong. I am not ‘serik’ or ‘scared already’ and will continue with my tweet, whatever, whenever, however I like.
To all the strangers (once) who came up to me with an understanding look, an encouraging handshake, a supportive pat on the back, offer of legal support, jokes of ‘you want me to whack him or not ah’ and lots of other nice things, thank you.
To all those who think I am a cyber criminal, F Yew. Time for you to open your eyes and know your rights.