09 Oct '11, 3am

"She singled out Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam who was associated with some of the 1987 detainees....

Former ISA detainee Ms Tang Fong Har was emotional when she spoke at the SDP's Silenced No Longer forum. She choked up with tears when she said that after 23 years away from Singapore, she could not renew her passport to return home. Ms Tang, a lawyer with Singapore's Law Society when Mr Francis Seow was its president, was speaking via the Internet from Hong Kong. It was the first time that she had done so since her release from detention. Ms Tang also said that she could not bring herself to write about her ordeal under detention. She had shelved away all the documents and didn't want to even look at them. But after the forum yesterday, Ms Tang said that she was encouraged by the support and would write about her experience as a detainee. Her announcement was warmly welcomed by the crowd who applauded several times during her presentation. Ms Tang's husband is from Hong K...

Full article: http://www.yoursdp.org/index.php/news/singapore/4997-fong...

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