Update: There were more SOC vehicles than I thought. I think there were about 8 instead of 6, but that’s all the intelligence that I have now. =P However, from the looks of it, I doubt Mas had been captured yet.

For a title like that, won’t I be sorry to our readers if there aren’t any photos to show? At least 3 SOC vehicles were spotted at the bus stop in front of SCGS with another 3 more making a turn from Bukit Timah Road into Dunearn Road at the cross junction of Stevens Road/Bukit Timah Road. This reminded me of the time when someone staged an anti-Odex protest using figurines and were under surveillance by the cops. Surprisingly, there were 4 SOC vehicles, or affectionately known as Ang Chias, where they were. Either the SOC were expecting a big crowd then, or this incident is just a "notch" above the anti-Odex incident. Still, I believe in our SOC. 🙂

A little backtrack on what happened earlier today. Mas Selamat Kastari, the leader of the Singapore terrorist network – Jemaah Islamiyah, has escaped from the detention center where he was placed, on Wednesday afternoon, 27th February 2008. A massive manhunt is currently in progress to track him down.

Anyway, it seems like the SOC are making their rounds around the Bukit Timah area, particular near Malcolm Park, which is near SCGS. That probably explains the SOC vehicles outside the school. Thankfully it’s still school term, else the school could jolly well be having some holiday camps in school and no one knows what bad things may happen should Mas resort to desperate measures.

Unfortunately, it’s night time and cameras don’t do well in night light, so here’s just a photo 2 photos of the SOC vehicles making their turns at Stevens Road/Bukit Timah Road. It’s been quite a while since I last saw so many Ang Chias…

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… which may actually be a good thing (not to see them often, that is). =)



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