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Friday, June 17, 2016

Singapore Military Guard Threatens Gay Community: “Give Me Permission To Open Fire”

"I would like to see these faggots die for their causes."
From: NewNowNext
 A man who threatened to “open fire” at the LGBT Pink Dot festival in Singapore earlier this month has deleted his Facebook after being questioned by police.

Singapore police were reportedly alerted to the man’s threat, which was posted on Facebook, when Shanghaiist managing editor Kenneth Tan shared it with his more than 12,000 followers.

According to the Singapore Independent, the original comment was posted in a hate group called “We Are Against Pink Dot” and read, “I am a Singaporean citizen. I am a NSman. I am a father. And I swore to protect my nation. Give me the permission to open fire. I would like to see these faggots die for their causes.”

Tam shared the post with the comment, “Does the Singapore Police Force have a comment on the behavior of PNSman Inspector Bryan Lim? Is it okay to threaten to open fire on a category of Singaporeans?

 Police responded to the comment and confirmed they had opened an investigation into the matter.

Tan and the Independent originally reported that Lim was a police officer but the Singapore Police Force denied such claims, and clarified that Lim is currently satisfying his compulsory service in the National Police Cadet Corps.

Lim’s employer, Canon Singapore, issued a statement on its Facebook page Monday, saying the company does not condone violence and would “look into the matter.”

Before deleting his Facebook and LinkedIn accounts, Lim issued the following apology in a Facebook status update, claiming his comments were “taken out of context”:

“I apologize for the misunderstanding. My words were strong. I did not mean anyone. I meant Bloomberg and foreign intervention in local matters. This was taken out of context. I hope this clears this air.

I did not mean physical bullets nor physical death. I mean open fire in debate and remove them from Singapore domestic matters.”

Canon Singapore has not posted any updates from their investigation since Monday.

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