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Former head of Ren Ci Hospital, Ven Shi Ming Yi, charged in court

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Singapore news…

Former head of Ren Ci Hospital, the Venerable Shi Ming Yi has been charged with alleged forgery, conspiracy and misuse of funds.
Venerable Ming Yi, who was also the former Ren Ci chairman, was slapped with 10 charges on Tuesday morning.
The monk faces four charges under the Penal Code involving two counts of alleged criminal breach of trust. He also faces one count of alleged forgery for the purpose of cheating and one count of abetment for allegedly falsifying accounts.
He also faces six charges under the Charities Act for allegedly providing false information.
Two of his associates, Raymond Yeung and Phua Seow Hua, were also alleged to have gone into conspiracy with the Venerable and were also charged in court on Tuesday.
Separately, a volunteer from Ren Ci was charged with allegedly possessing some 70 copies of obscene film.
Venerable Ming Yi, also known as Goh Kah Heng, is out on a S$200,000 bail. His case will be heard in court on August 4.

The rest of the article can be found on Channel News Asia.

This is the guy that always get most attention on many charities by taking on challenging stunts and has always been very well respected in Singapore community… Now, this!!! This is probably the results of the tightening rules & policies & auditing needed after the NKF incident…

Let more be exposed…

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Written by gooddealz

July 15, 2008 at 1:36 pm

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