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Thirty Pieces of Silver to Go Back In Time and Cover Up Fraud



Thirty pieces of silver or A$3.5 million in today's money offered for undertaking actions including retroactively endorsing/ratifying documents signed four-years earlier on behalf of a 'struck off' entity. The said documents alleged to contain forged signatures.


If anyone believes they are entitled to sign legal documents on behalf of a 'struck off' Bahamas entity, they would affix their own signatures. If Barbara Ong was a witness to the signing of the documents, who did she witness, because it wasn't the person she claimed it was?


Is this an example of 'no cover-ups allowed' in Singapore, because a member of the ruling party was fully aware of this agreement?








Authentic signatures on left, alleged forgeries that Barbara Ong was shown as witnessing on the right.