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High school blogger Amos Yee was back in court on Wednesday (Aug 17) morning.
Yee, 17, confronts six charges of aiming to wound the sentiments of Muslims or Christians – by means of five recordings and a photograph – and two tallies of neglecting to answer to the Jurong Police Division for examinations.
The charged offenses were conferred between November a year ago and May this year.
The most extreme discipline for purposely injuring the religious sentiments of any individual is three years’ prison and a fine; and for neglecting to present oneself compliant with a notification or request from an open hireling is one month’s correctional facility and a $1,500 fine.