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Defending the foundations of democracy and preventing the abuse of power.


Updated 24 March 2023.

This page is updated with new information but will track our ongoing process in the appeal of the Magistrate Complaint filed.I am currently preparing to file a Judicial Review against the AGC's action to intervene to stop the appeal of my Magistrate Complaint. I'm also currently awaiting of the approval to a crowd-funding site for the campagin to file a Judicial Review against the AGC. 

I hope you can support me in defending the foundations of democracy and preventing abuse by those in authority. 

Disclaimer: While I am seeking to defend my case and ensure a fair trial, it is important to note that I do not presume guilt on the part of the Attorney-General's Chambers or any individual police officer/ doctor or persons involved in my case. The presumption of innocence is a fundamental principle of our justice system, and I respect the right of all parties to be heard in a fair and impartial manner. My concerns relate to the conduct of the investigations carried out in my criminal case thus far and the handling of evidence in my case, and I believe that it is necessary to seek a judicial review to ensure that the rule of law is upheld and justice is served. Everyone is entitled to a fair and just trial and that includes a fair and just investigation.

Hello Everyone,

I have a dream that one day, every citizen of Singapore will be able to make an informed decision about our own health and well-being, without undue pressure or coercion from those in power. This is especially so when the thought of having 6 vaccine manufacturers right on our island seems more like a nightmare to me.

I have a dream that everyone including doctors will be able to exercise our rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution of Singapore without fear of retribution or persecution when we speak up about what is really going on in the rollout of the covid-19 vaccination programme.

But today, I stand before you as a woman who has been defamed by the media and accused of conspiracy. My name is Iris Koh, and I have been a vocal advocate for medical freedom, and have been speaking up about the Covid-19 vaccines in Singapore since July 2021. My efforts have not been without consequence. I am currently facing charges of conspiring with Dr. Jipson Quah to provide fake vaccination certificates to MOH. I want to make it clear that I contest these charges and maintain my innocence. I believe that the evidence seized: My laptop, my hp and hard drive containing emails of Healing the Divide have been mishandled, and I have filed a Magistrate Complaint to address this issue. The Magistrate dismissed my complaint and I subsequently hired lawyers to appeal the decision.

On March 13, the AGC informed me, “Pursuant to section 11(1) of the Criminal Procedure Code 2010, the Public Prosecutor hereby intervenes to discontinue Ms Koh’s appeal.”

I am shocked by their actions. The AGC should NOT have intervened and let the Magistrate Complaint go through its natural appeal process.

This case is not just about me. It's about something much bigger: the rule of law, and the idea that no individual or authority should be above it. In Singapore, we are fortunate to have a strong legal system that is built on the principles of justice, equality, and the rule of law. But as with any system, it is not perfect, and it is up to us as citizens to ensure that it continues to operate in a fair and impartial manner.

That is why I have decided to take a stand and seek a judicial review of the decision to discontinue my appeal. This is not an easy decision, and it comes with risks and uncertainties. But I strongly believe that it is the right thing to do, not just for myself, but for all Singaporeans who care about justice and fairness.

I want to be clear: this is not about politics, or about vaccines, or about any other divisive issue that some may try to use to distract from the real issue at hand. This is about the fundamental principle that every individual, regardless of our background, deserves a fair and impartial hearing when faced with legal charges. And this is also the fundamental principle that allows every citizen to have equal protection under the law and not fear another, regardless of our status in society. Justice should not only be a concept we uphold in theory, but a reality we actively pursue in our actions and decisions.

The Constitution is not just a document. It is a beacon of hope for our republic based on the noble principles of justice, equality, democracy, and the rule of law. Without it, we are vulnerable to abuses of power by the state and authorities. Without defending the principles and values we hold dear, we risk losing the very essence of our humanity and the foundation upon which our civilization rests. Therefore, I believe that the price for justice is one that we must be willing to pay, no matter how high the cost may be because our safety and future depend on it.

So I ask for your help. Your support will allow me to have access to justice and demonstrate the power of community action. With your help, we can demand accountability and transparency from those in power.

Let us stand together for justice and equality. Let us defend the Constitution of Singapore and the values we hold dear.

I have a dream that one day, we will live in a nation where we do not have to fear those in power and that every citizen, regardless of their economic background will have excess to justice to protect our rights and freedom.

I hope this Judicial Review is the start of making that dream come true and I thank you for dreaming and creating that future with me.

As of 23 March, my lawyers have written to the AGC to reconsider their actions. In the very likely event that they disagree, we will proceed with the JR with your support. They will reply by 31st March 2023.

If I do not raise enough for the Judicial Review or if there is no need for the Judicial Review, the money rise will go towards my criminal defense costs and associated expenses relating to my defense, including paralegal costs and ongoing work to inform the public of emerging data about the covid-19 vaccines so that the public will know the truth and have medical informed consent. I do not think the threats to our medical rights and freedom are gone. There will be 6 vaccine manufacturers in Singapore and there are threats of future pandemics. As such, my law suits are critically important to safeguard our lives and future.

Stage 1: $60,000

Judicial Review and associated expenses.

Stage 2: Next $50,000

For criminal defence (before trial), sue another police officer and associated expenses.

Stage 3: Unknown costs.
In the very likely event that I may go to trial, I will need to stand by $3000 per day for my lawyer. You don’t have to give me the amount now, but you can pledge that you give when the time comes. Of cos, I will also negotiate with my lawyer for a bulk discount when that day comes.

I wish to stand by 100 people who can stand by $3000 for me. Or 200 people who can stand by $1500 for me when the time comes. You may give me when that time comes.

Thank you very much and I appreciate very much your support, love and protection towards me.

I will continue to speak up fearlessly to defend our rights.

May God bless us all.

Annex: Legal expenses so far for Healing the Divide and Iris Koh. The money came from the community, contributed to Ikibook Limited and also to Iris Koh directly. Iris Koh also contributed a substantial amount of her own money for these legal expenses.
Below are estimated, to the best of our knowledge. It excludes other expenses such as Bail, paralegal etc. The expenses for Healing the Divide is also far more than the listed amount. I thank everyone for contributing to a fairer and safer society for all.

Thank you for your love,
Iris Koh.

Damages for SPH Lawsuit$2,300
Crimes Against Humanity (Ravi)$8,000
Damages for Crimes Against Humanity$3,000.00
Boy Vs OYK$10,000.00
Expenses for Boy Vs OYK suit$6,645
JR (Fervant Chambers) JR$20,000
JR (Fervant Chambers) JR$5,000
Letters for the Community$5,000
Legal Talk on Police Procedure by Fernandez$2,500
Legal Talk on Employment Issues by Terence$1,200
Legal Talk on Medical Neglience and Misconduct$1,200
Legal advice for National Day Event$2,000
Defamation for fake lawyer$1,600
Criminal Defence by Fervent Chambers$27,622
Legal Fees dispute against Fervent$10,000.00
Advisory for suing MOH re defamation$4,000.00
Compliant to Police Commissioner$5,000
LPP Review and Magistrate Complaint$13,050
Criminal Defence by WTL$15,000
Malaysian Lawyers$2,445
Total: $167,901

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As of 31st January 2023, we have filed to the State Court a petition for the appeal of the Magistrate's judgement in our recent Magistrate complaints against police officers handling Iris Koh's seized devices. The court has indicated receipt of our appeal.

My lawyers and I disagree with the Magistrate's judgement. Of course, as this matter is before the court, we will leave it for the honourable court to consider and accept our appeal. Our appeal is based on our own evaluation of the situation and our understanding of the legal framework.

Here are some facts of the matter.

Date of Magistrate Complaint: 23rd Nov 2022
Timing: 329p.m- 4:35p.m.
Number of pages of Court Transcript: 32 pages
Number of pages of Grounds of decision by the judge: 15 pages

We will continue to bring you updates of our legal proceedings.

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