Tan Seet Eng, the suspected ringleader of a worldwide football match-fixing syndicate has been set free as his detention for more than 2 years was considered unlawful, as ordered by The Court of Appeal of Singapore.
Also known as Dan Tan, Tan Seet Eng was one of the 14 individuals arrested in what was called Singapore's largest crackdown on match-fixing football games in September 2013. He was ja[...] Read more » Suspected Match-Fixer Set Free after Unlawful Detention
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
oh this is so cool. match fixing is just a great business to be honest- returns are awesome and you don't have to cut penises or kill random dudes to make it happen, actually you even make people rich... the only losers are fellas who live in dreamland anyway- the degenerated gamblers
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 41 (F)
Any reason why they could just not deport him or hand him over to interpol?I can't say I agree with any law that says that someone should be detained indefinitely without trial but I am sure if he was match fixing world-wide it would have the potential to affect Singapore.
Posted by mgabesz: Probably NHL and AHL American ice hockey leagues can also affected in some kind of match result or draw fixing after 6 of 8 draw Saturday morning and 0-3 for NYR one of the beat teams last night...
Did you watch even one hockey game fully in your life?