June 27, 2012

City Harvest Church founder, 4 others charged

Well, what do Christians said when the court rule them right? 


God is my Vindicator....and when the result goes the other way round? 


This is a test of our faith...


Well, if you happen to be a City Harvest Church fans, you will find it annoying to read news regarding the fraud charges against founder, Kong Hee.


In no way am I trying to be sarcastic but if you've read news on how the supporters of Kong Hee trying to protect and shield the pastor from the media, it was pathetic....none of them tried to shield Kong Hee when he was up on the stage like a superstar...this raises that question: you are only willing to be seen as someone great and not as someone charged with fraud cases....


Make no mistakes....Kong Hee is not at fault at the moment...it is still an ongoing investigation with the court yet to make the final decision...we must always remember: innocent until proven guilty.


But I seriously hope that people will stopped defending all the questioning....and tried to argued outside the court...that simply shows something is seriously wrong with the fruits of the tree....a statement I saw on twitter...let's not be naive...we are not talking about thousands but millions....if it is a crime, then one must look into it.


So what are the charges against Kong Hee and four other church leaders??


Criminal breach of trust and falsifying accounts....


Please take note: it is only charges...they are still as innocent as we are so long as the court case is ongoing. 



According to the Straits Times (ST), prosecutors believe that a total of $24 million was invested in alleged sham transactions to fund the pop music career of Kong's wife, Sun Ho.
The funds were said to have been put into a $13 million bond investment with Xtron Productions, while $11 million was allegedly put into another company called PT The First National Glassware.
Deputy Public Prosecutors Christopher Ong and Grace Goh told the court that some of the accused were also believed to have conspired to misappropriate another $26.6 million of church funds so that it would seem like the alleged sham bond investments were redeemed. This is called 'round-tripping'.
"It is the Prosecution's case that these further monies were circulated... to create the false appearance that the purported sham bond investments had been redeemed, when in fact the 'redemption' had been financed using these further monies misappropriated from church funds," they said.
Well, my prayer is that the truth will be revealed: should Kong Hee be innocent, may the truth be reveal and set him free...but should he be guilty, may he received all the punishment that one truly deserve for fraud....

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