Francis T. Seow is a lawyer and former Solicitor-General of Singapore who was detained without trial for alleged subversion. He now lives in exile.
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Francis T. Seow is a lawyer and a former Solicitor-General in Singapore. In 1988, while representing a lawyer detained under the Internal Security Act (ISA), Seow himself was detained without trial for alleged collusion with the CIA to subvert the local government.
Following his release from detention, Seow contested in the 1988 General Elections and lost out narrowly to the incumbent People's Action Party. Charges of alleged income tax evasion were subsequently brought against him while he was travelling in the US, where he has remained in political exile.
emnews. (December 02, 2014). Francis Seow: The Interview. Retrieved January 22, 2019, from EngageMedia Web site: http://www.engagemedia.org/Members/emnews/videos/Francis-Seow-The-Interview.