The Gopalan Nair case is beginning to attract some attention.
SGpolitics.net is a good place to get updates. A 6 June update quotes a US Embassy official as saying:
‘The embassy continues to follow the case very closely. The United States consistently advocates freedom of expression, including the Internet.’ [Yeah right.]
A number of other Singapore-related blogs are also commenting quite frequently.
The States Times blog suggests that human rights have been abolished in the Singapore legal system.
Freshly minted Attorney-General Walter Woon had declared human rights is “all hyprocrisy and fanaticism,” and posited “that we should not confuse public law with politics, and that some people assume that their definition of human rights is the decision of the rest of humanity.”