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S'porean colleagues help drivers post bail

S'porean colleagues help drivers post bail

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THE foreign bus drivers accused of being the ringleaders in last week's strike have posted bail - apparently with the help of their Singaporean colleagues...Sources close to the case said the Singaporeans who helped come up with the total of $50,000 in bail included local SMRT bus drivers.
THE foreign bus drivers accused of being the ringleaders in last week's strike have posted bail - apparently with the help of their Singaporean colleagues...Sources close to the case said the Singaporeans who helped come up with the total of $50,000 in bail included local SMRT bus drivers.

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Published by: Ravi Philemon on Dec 07, 2012
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The Straits Times, 7 Dec 2012By: Maria Almenoar & Joyce Lim
$50,000 raised; some lawye
THE foreign bus drivers accuseapparently with the help of thei All four Chinese nationals werSources close to the case said t bail included local SMRT bus dTwo groups of lawyers are alsohave been charged with instigaconditions.Gao Yue Qiang, 32, Liu Xiangyieach.The fourth driver, 32-year-oldLast Friday, a representative frdefend the four men on a pro bMs James, who was not in courembassy official since last Fridtheir service to help these driv "The drivers would decide whothe drivers."Ms James, who is an active volOffice, added that many peopleThe bus drivers have also spok  while the others are from MarMr Mark Goh said he told the dthem, and if they did, his firmHe added that he had been appHumanitarian Organisation foMr Wham - who was acting inalong with lawyer M. Ravi.Even though all four drivers w released until later as they did
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