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Published on Jul 16, 2010
Part 1 of 3.
Ex-political prisoner speaks out in Singapore. This video was banned by the Singapore government. The Ministry of Information, Communication and the Arts said the 22-minute film was submitted to government censors for classification but it was banned "as it is against the public interest."
The film maker was forced to remove it from his channel. Under the Films Act, it is a criminal offence to possess or distribute the film. Offenders can be fined up to $10,000 or jailed for up to two years.
For more information, go to the site of the original film maker: