“Pastor ” Kong Hee in Changi Prison Hell-Hole for 3 months of 3.5 year sentence, or maybe 8 years. Singapore Prosecution appeal for original 8 years- decision is pending.

Phil Pringle- another crook. Empowering the errant “Pastor” Kong Hee of Harvest Church Singapore who is serving 3.5 years in prison, possible to be reinstated to eight years by Prosecution appeal, for breaking Singapore Charity and Trust laws, multiple frauds, lying to and concealing information from investigating Authorities, and deceiving and ripping off his congregants of tens of millions. Over $USD50 million.

 

“Some of the readers may be thinking that inmate’s life in prison now must be so relaxing since the darkness day are over. Thinking that what inmates do daily are only eat, shower, sleep and nothing else. Well, all I can say the mental torture still remains the same ever since the first day when Prison was built. Spending a day in cellroom is like months. Imagine being trapped in a small empty room almost 23 hours per day. The only thing you get to see and get entertained are only your room-mates and the walls. Sleepless night on the hard floor which makes our bones suffer on the following day. Meals that are just enough to fill inmate’s stomach.”

(Extract from part 6 of a Chinese Changi prisoner’s account below)

 

Phil Pringle of C3 Church led his spiritual son Kong Hee to Changi Prison Hell-Hole. Part 6. “My seven new room mates”

Changi Prison is notorious as a World War II hell hole where the Japanese locked up Allied prisoners during WWII after occupying Singapore. Changi Prison was already a hell-hole before the Japanese took it to a new inhumane level.

“Pastor” Kong Hee has been sentenced to eight years in Changi Prison for breaching Singapore Church Trust laws by secretly siphoning over USD $30 million from the Harvest Church building fund and using it to finance and promote his wife Ho Yeouw Sun’s pop-star career. She is also known as Sun Ho and her pop-star name is “Geisha”. Asians particularly men have this fantasy about Japanese Geishas.

“Pastor” Kong Hee is also convicted of fraud charges because him and the five other Harvest Church leaders concealed information from and lied to the Singapore investigators.

The errant “Pastor” Kong Hee of Harvest Church Singapore who is serving 3.5 years in prison, which possibly will be reinstated to eight years by the current Prosecution appeal.

Since the mid-1990s “Doctor Phil” Pringle has been “Pastor” Kong Hee’s mentor.

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Phil Pringle. CEO of C3 International. Now a doctor. Regarded the pedophile Frank Houston as his spiritual father.

Throughout the pop-star career of Sun Ho, “Doctor Phil” Pringle was encouraging, empowering and prophesying over “Pastor” Kong Hee and Sun Ho and saying God was with them in everything to do with her pop-star career and that it will be “a great witness for Jesus” and stuff like that.

By any assessment “Doctor Phil” Pringle is responsible for the next dark passage in “Pastor” Kong Hee’s life.

“Pastor ” Kong Hee

I looked on line for a prisoner’s description of life in Changi Prison and found the following account of a young Singaporean who spent two months there.

Below is the sixth episode of this prisoner’s story- a diarised type account of prison life in a cell with seven fellow prisoners, which is prison life at Changi. The Asians know how to treat their felons.

Please note there are eight prisoners in a small cell.

This is what “Doctor Phil” Pringle of C3 mega-church has done to “Pastor” Kong Hee.

I have corrected misspelling and added edits as required.

English is spoken in Singapore as the official language but as a second language by Chinese Singaporeans whose main language is Mandarin.

My seven new room mates

“The house rules in B4 are the same as B2. But I had been warned by one of the inmates that B4 tends to be more strict and there are some ‘officers’ who we have to be careful with. Don’t ever try anything funny with these ‘officers’, they will punish you without further warning.

Punishment for misbehaviour and not following the house rules:

Contribution of 1 – 2 thumbprints from the offender.

2 x thumbprints from repeated offences or 3 x thumbprints from different offences will change you an additional 1 – 3 days of jail term.

For more serious offences (example masturbating, fighting, etc..), Inmate will get ‘tumba’ which will change you additional jail terms from few days to few weeks based on case by case basis.

Welfare for the inmates in prison now is much more better compared to years back while the remand prison is still located at Queenstown. Those stories which you readers had heard of or read through did really exist years back. Common stories being passed down for centuries are fighting in cell room, the strongest bully the weakest, food from the weakness are to give to the strongest, smoking in prison, shower and drink water from the toilet flush, using own toothbrush to clean the toilet areas, gay inmates forcing other inmates to have sex, officers whacking the inmates, inmates commit suicide, etc….

Now the darkness world which we used to hear of, no longer exists. The welfare and prison safety and security system have improved. The mindset of ‘most’ inmates including those serving LT sentences has changed as well. Inmates have only one common goal in mind, and that is to respect, behave and get back their freedom as soon as possible!

Some of the readers may be thinking that inmate’s life in prison now must be so relaxing since the darkness day are over. Thinking that what inmates do daily are only eat, shower, sleep and nothing else. Well, all I can say the mental torture still remains the same ever since the first day when Prison were bulid. Spending a day in cellroom is like months. Imagine being trapped in a small empty room almost 23 hours per day. The only thing you get to see and get entertained are only your roomates and the walls. Sleepless night on the hard floor which makes our bones suffer on the following day. Meals that are just enough to fill inmate’s stomach.

Til now, I can still remember on what my SOP had told me when I am in B4:

“Prison only provide discipline and you can find no love in here! You can only find real love from your home”.

For readers whom are reading my story now and are working as prison officer or are an ex-convict, I welcome you to correct me if anything I wrote here is not correct!

In cellroom 629, there were other 7 inmates beside me consisting of 1 hindi, 2 malays and the rest are chinese. Ageing from youngest 20 years old to oldest 55 years old, commiting different kind of offences. But 1 thing in common from all of us is we are all first-time offenders. Our cell room is a ‘first-timer’ cell room.

Everyone in the cell room seems to be friendly and most of them seem to be highly educated and had worked as professional from different trades. Spending a whole day lock-up with my new roomates knowing and understanding their backgrounds (the offences from these roomates are CBT, not paying fines).””