Chew Eng Han is a former City Harvest Church (CHC) Singapore accountant who, unlike his five fellow CHC felons, including Kong Hee the head pastor, has put off been ensconced  in Changi Prison Hell-Hole for two and a half years through various appeals.

 

City Harvest Church Singapore Felons: Clockwise from top left: Kong Hee, John Lam, Tan Ye Peng, Chew Eng Han, Sharon Tan and Serina Wee.

 

Chew Eng Han is not happy about going to jail and has alleged Kong Hee brain-washed him.

We must all take responsibility for our actions in life, and Chew Eng Han committed multiple frauds and deceptions.

Kong Hee conned, deceived and brain-washed Chew Eng Han and the whole church, but Singapore Courts have ruled he is a felon and have sentenced Chew to go to Changi Prison Hell-Hole.

Chew Eng Han appealed for a second time after the 2016 2nd appeal.

The media article below outlines the results his hearing two weeks ago on 3 July 2017. Singapore Court refused to revisit the myriad issues of the previous long trial in 2015, the second longest trial in Singapore history.

What kind of witness has this whole saga been for Jesus and the Christian gospel in Singapore. Phil Pringle head pastor of C3 Global Church based in Sydney Australia has said publicly many times that Singapore Police, Courts and Authorities are persecuting Kong Hee and  that  Kong Hee is a great martyr for the Christian faith. Singapore Police, Courts and Authorities say that Kong Hee is a felon.

Phil Pringle head pastor of C3 Global Church claims that “the Singapore Courts are agents of Satan”.

Dr Phi Pringle head pastor of C3 Global Church spouting off 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”. Kong Hee’s sentence was reduced to 3.5 years. Singapore Prosecution are appealing for the original sentence of eight years to be reinstated. The case is in two weeks on 1 August 2017.

Dr Phil Pringle “lying” (in his bed) with one of his migraines. Doctor Phil: “Lucifer you really are a bad ole Devil possessing the whole Singaporean legal system and those wicked Singaporean judges who sentenced my dear spiritual son Kong Hee and his five CHC church leaders to eight years in Changi Prison Hell-Hole. But tell me Lucifer, when did you learn to sing and play music as bad a Kong Hee’s wife Sun Yeow Ho? And please can you stop playing that fiddle so loud. I’m suffering from one of my severe migraines and that screeching sound your making is sending me to hell”

 

Sun Yeow Ho. Pop princess? Not a good investment.

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”.

 

Sinapore Courts have allowed Chew Eng Han to enjoy two more weeks of freedom, to see what his sentence ends up being- whether it will be the 2015 sentence or a lower 2016 sentence.

As I’ve said all along on this site, Chew Eng Han was delaying the inevitable by appealing. Kong Hee and his four leaders and staff members have been in Changi Prison Hell-Hole for almost three months now.

 

Straits Times Singapore

City Harvest Church case: Chew Eng Han denied permission to refer legal questions to apex court

“SINGAPORE – Former City Harvest Church (CHC) fund manager Chew Eng Han, one of the six found guilty of misusing millions in church money, on Monday (July 3) lost his chance to fight against his conviction before the Court of Appeal.

Chew’s application for leave, or permission, to refer questions of law of public interest to the apex court was denied by Judges of Appeal Andrew Phang and Judith Prakash and Justice Quentin Loh.

Chew, 56, who argued his own case, raised 10 broad issues, including the question of whether there can then be misappropriation and dishonesty under circumstances in which money is not taken away for personal use, but applied for the owner’s use.

Justice Phang said Chew’s questions did not meet the threshold to be considered questions of law of public interest. He noted that a High Court panel of three judges had unanimously found that a conviction for criminal breach of trust was warranted. Justice Phang added that Chew was the only accused person seeking to raise questions of law.

In April, the jail terms of all six individuals – including church founder Kong Hee – were cut after the High Court reduced their criminal breach of trust charge to a less serious one on appeal. As a result, their initial jail terms of between 21 months and eight years were reduced to between seven months and 3½ years.

Prosecutors then applied for a rarely invoked procedure known as a criminal reference, to seek a definitive ruling on questions of law of public interest as well as to ask the apex court to reinstate the original convictions.

The issue is whether directors, such as the six individuals, should be convicted of plain criminal breach of trust or the more serious criminal breach of trust as agents.

Kong, 52, deputy senior pastor Tan Ye Peng, 44, former finance manager Serina Wee, 40, former finance committee member John Lam, 49, and former finance manager Sharon Tan, 41, started serving their jail terms on April 21.

Chew, however, succeeded in getting his sentence of three years and four months’ jail suspended until the Court of Appeal has made its ruling on the prosecution’s criminal reference.

Mr Nair will be presenting the prosecution’s arguments at the criminal reference, which is scheduled to be heard on Aug 1.”