Lee Wei Ling criticises AGC for reacting negatively to Li Shengwu’s ‘private musings’

Aunt comes to his defence.

By Belmont Lay | July 17, 2017

Aunt Lee Wei Ling has come to the defence of her nephew, Li Shengwu.

This was after the Attorney-General’s Chambers said on Monday, July 17, that it is “looking into” a Facebook post by Li Shengwu, the oldest son of Lee Hsien Yang.

This is Wei Ling’s post:

And here is Shengwu’s response to media reports that the AGC is looking into his post:

In it, he called the Singapore government “petty”.

Li Shengwu’s father, Lee Hsien Yang, has also re-shared the posts by his son and sister:

This latest series of posts has somewhat broken the online truce established on July 6, after Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling said they would stop the presentation of evidence on social media with regards to the 38 Oxley Road house.

They made this offer in a joint seven-page public statement.

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