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Court confiscates S$2.6m in ill-gotten gains from convicted football match-fixer

State agencies go after proceeds from crime so offenders will not enjoy them upon release from jail

High Court issues confiscation order for S$3.4m from Eric Ding, but S$2.6m was recovered as the rest had been spent or lost through assets depreciation.


THOSE involved in bribery be warned: whether a giver or a taker, bribery is a crime that Singapore takes so seriously that even after an offender has served time in jail, authorities can strip ill-gotten gains to ensure that the offender does not enjoy them upon release.


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