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Singapore judge rejects appeals; highlights illicit sale of cough mixture fast becoming a ‘prevalent problem’ in country
 

Singapore judge rejects appeals; highlights illicit sale of cough mixture fast becoming a ‘prevalent problem’ in country

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Prosecutors were appealing for a stiffer sentence for “defiant” doctor, Dr Tan Gek Young, who continued to sell codeine-laced cough syrup—despite under investigation for doing so. However, Tan appealed that his sentence was too harsh, compared to other similar cases. Ultimately, the Judge of Appeal Chao Hick Tin dismissed both appeals due to insufficient precedents currently.
 
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23 Aug 2017 - General
 
That huge mark up on the pricing of the cough mixture was really out of bounds. He wqs doing the act for several years way back then and the victims that was being reported could be too small than the presented number. How sure are they that those investigated cases were thee xact population thinking taphat they are trying to back track years ago. Appealing a lighter sentence to the act and asking for equality is unacceptable in my opinion. You need to pay for the price way more than what it sho...
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