Wrong Photograph Published by Singapore Newspaper?

Someone posted a complaint claiming that his ex-helper’s photograph was wrongly published by a local newspaper in Singapore.

In his post, he quoted a recent news article on a trial for murder of an employer by a domestic maid, whereby a photograph of his ex-helper was published.

The complainant even presented some “evidence” by posting some of the old photographs of his ex-helper carrying his infant baby.

So is this really a genuine mistake??

*Disclaimer: This complaint made by the author of the post is solely his sole opinion and does not represent “Complaint Singapore” in whatsoever manners etc.

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Below is the original Facebook post:

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A text extract of the post is here for easy reading:

My sincere apologies to the deceased but Straits Times made my former helper famous while she enjoys the sun now back in Mymmar. Seriously, who is editing and choosing these pictures and what kind of filter is being applied before publication?? The other photo was taken in March 2018 after my 3rd born arrive. Murderer??? I didn’t know they let her out… Her last day with us was 18th March 2018. Talk about fake news, I have no idea what to believe now. I can’t believe where and how the photo was taken, you can even see her shirt is coincidentally the same. Should I laugh or cry??? #fakenews#fakephoto#straitstimes#sph#singaporenews#wrongperson#wrongpersonlah

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Below are some news publications with the ex-helper’s photograph:

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Here are some photographs of the ex-helper (while holding his baby) posted by the said complainant:

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Below are some comments and conversation with the complainant in relating to the said post:

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So is this real? Did the local press made a mistake?

As mentioned in the post’s conversation, complainant had wrote to the said newspaper to remove the said photographs, pending their reply and action..

Stay tune for more updates!

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