MHA insisted there was no delay in releasing news of CPIB probe:

The MHA statement said that in the CPIB investigations, it is normal procedure for the person to be placed under arrest if the CPIB assesses that there is some basis for suspecting that the person may have committed an offence. That person can then be released on bail and is required to return for further investigations as needed, it added. Both officers were placed on leave when the investigations began and the Ministry said that it was premature then to make any announcement as CPIB investigations had just started and the outcome was not known. An announcement could also compromise CPIB investigations, the MHA said. Full story Related: More White Lies - Singapore Notes Calcifying and crumbling - yawningbread.wordpress.com CPIB Probe: Netizens urge authorities to come clean with the public - Global Voices Online

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