EXPOSED: Malaysian Tey Tsun Hang was a ‘White Horse’ in the system
Posted by temasektimes on July 28, 2012
Contrary to some rumors circulating online that NUS Law Prof Tey Tsun Hang maybe ‘singled out’ because of his fierce criticisms of the Singapore legal system, he is actually a ‘white horse’ in the system itself!
According to a tip-off we received from a former lawyer, Prof Tey knew many important and high-ranking people in the system and was given ‘preferential’ treatment.
Though Prof Tey was first called up for investigation by CPIB in April this year, he was allowed to continue teaching at NUS Law. Only after he was charged in court on Friday was he suspended from ‘active duty’ by NUS on the same day.
Professor Tey is a Malaysian and Singapore PR and yet he was appointed as a District Judge in 2001 after which he joined NUS Law School as an adjunct professor.
Our informant also made other allegations about Prof Tey’s links with some senior figures in the establishment as well as some other information about his personal life which we are unable to verify at the present moment.
Prof Tey was charged with six counts of corruption for allegedly showing favour to his student, Darinne Ko Wen Hui in exchange for sex between May 2010 and July 2010.