While Lee Suet Fern is now bearing the consequences of her grossly improper conduct, what is more, glaring from the Court of Three’s judgment is that:
LEE HSIEN YANG is dishonest and together with his wife, tried to mislead LKY.
His versions of what happened in the execution of the final Will chop and change. The letter he issued to the Ministerial Committee, and the statements he gave in the disciplinary proceedings in the case of his wife, tell two different “truths”.
- Why does Lee Hsien Yang want to distance himself from the circumstances of the Last Will?
- Why does he feel the need to hide behind his wife?
- More importantly, why are there two versions of the truth – since he had given his statement under oath to the tribunal?
LEE HSIEN YANG engineered a play to get his ailing father to hastily change his will, with the aid of his dutiful wife.
Hsien Yang felt there was a need to rush to execute the Will.
Hsien Yang said that Kwa Kim Li, his father’s usual lawyer, was uncontactable. Hsien Yang then cut Kwa Kim Li out of the correspondence regarding the Will.
Hsien Yang pressed Suet Fern to get the Will signed. The final Will was signed overnight.
Suet Fern – she didn’t state to LKY that her husband would be getting a greater share of the inheritance by virtue of reverting to the First Will.
What happened on the night when LKY was made to sign his Last Will was, according to the judges, *“disturbing” and “troubling”.*
HUSBAND AND WIFE HAVE NO INTEGRITY.
Husband has no respect for his father’s legacy and is willing to join forces with those against LKY to pursue a personal vendetta.
The wife is a questionable lawyer, but is the husband, in fact, the puppetmaster?