“No Further Action” Against NUS Graduate Who Held Anti-Death Penalty Sign At Graduation Ceremony


Back in July the Singapore police received a report about a National University of Singapore (NUS) student after he held up a paper with an anti-death penalty message during his graduation ceremony.

The police did not say about who made the report, but they said they are investigating the incident back then.

In a new update from the student named Luke Levy on Sep. 6. he wrote that he had received an advisory from the police informing him of the outcome of their investigations.

He tweeted — “I was investigated by the police for holding an anti-death penalty sign during my graduation ceremony”.

End result: NO. FURTHER. ACTION. No offence, no warning, nothing. Just a metaphorical finger-wag to “refrain from such conduct”.

In a series of tweets he explained his view on why there wasn’t any action taken against him.


According to one of his responses to a question “Do you know, who made the report?” Levy said he still don’t know who made the police report. But one more twitter user who might be from NUS said “Most likely from their fellow graduates”.

Images from @AngMohSnowball/Twitter

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