Kong Hee now in day 13 of his 3.5 year sentence. It’s possible the original sentence of 8 years may be reinitiated after the new third and final Hearing. Singapore Prosecution wants the original sentence from November 2015 to be reinstated.

Dr Phi Pringle head pastor of C3 Global Church ranting and raving outside Singapore Courts in November 2015 after Kong Hee was sentenced to eight years in Changi Prison Hell-Hole: “Rave…Rave… Rave…The Singapore Courts are agents of Satan”.

Sun Ho, Kong Hee’s wife in pop video clip waiting for black rapper to come to bed

Sun Ho (Kong Hee’s wife): “Kong, Kong, please hurry back home as soon as you finish your long jail sentence. I’m having trouble with some temptations”.

Sun Ho: “Dr Phil. Dr Phil. You can see I can swim under water too like you. Thank you for teaching me to swim like an Asian gold-fish”

DR PHIL PRINGLE OF C3 CHURCH SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. CAN SWIM UNDER WATER BUT CAN’T WALK ON WALK LIKE JESUS. TAKING CHRISTIANS AND HIS FOLLOWERS UP THE PROVERBIAL CREEK AND LEAVING THEM THERE WITHOUT A PADDLE

Australian Prosperity Gospel “pastor” Phil Pringle, a New Zealander by origin, but Australia is a far more lucrative market for him to make cash from Christians. Dr Phil- leading his disciple Kong Hee straight to jail

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City Harvest case: Court of Appeal to hear criminal reference on 1 Aug

 
11 May 2017
City Harvest Church leaders
City Harvest Church former leaders (top left to bottom right) former finance manager Serina Wee, former fund manager Chew Eng Han, former finance manager Sharon Tan, founder Kong Hee, deputy senior pastor Tan Ye Peng and former treasurer John Lam.
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“A five-judge Court of Appeal will on 1 August 2017 hear the criminal reference case over the long-running saga of financial fraud committed by City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders, according to media reports.

A Supreme Court spokesperson, responding to media queries, said the panel would comprise Judges of Appeal Andrew Phang and Judith Prakash, and Justices Belinda Ang, Quentin Loh and Chua Lee Ming.

The AGC filed a Criminal Reference in April to refer certain questions of law regarding the church leaders’ sentences to Singapore’s highest court. Of particular interest is the issue of whether a director or a member of the governing body of a company or organisation who is entrusted with property, or with any dominion over property, is considered an “agent” under section 409 of the Penal Code.

Earlier, on 7 April 2017, the High Court had significantly reduced the sentences of CHC senior pastor Kong Hee, Deputy Senior Pastor Tan Ye Peng, former board member John Lam, former fund manager Chew Eng Han, former finance manager Serina Wee and Wee’s successor, former finance manager Sharon Tan.

Both prosecution and defence had appealed against their original sentences, ranging from one year and six months to eight years, which were handed out in November 2015. The leaders were convicted of varying charges of criminal breach of trust (CBT) and falsifying of accounts after they were accused of misappropriating $50 million in church funds to support the music career of Kong’s wife, Sun Ho, in a church mission known as the Crossover Project.

In its judgment, the High Court reduced the CHC leaders’ CBT charges from section 409 to section 406 of the Penal Code. In a split decision, the Court ruled that the defendants as directors did not fall as “agents” under the aggravated CBT offences under section 409, which are more serious offences providing for higher maximum penalties, the majority view decided.

Five of the six sentenced CHC leaders began serving their jail terms on 21 April. Chew Eng Han was granted a deferment after indicating that he wanted to file a criminal reference for his case.

The Court of Appeal is usually made up of three judges. However, if necessary, the panel may comprise five or more judges.