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You must be logged in to Tag Records. In the Library Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card. Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply. We will contact you if necessary. To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. Need help? In the book, he writes that he slept through Mr Tay's killing, was woken by the struggle that led to Mr Tan's death, but was too afraid to go outside.

He barricaded his door and called the police later. He alleges that evidence supporting his version of events was either misplaced or suppressed by local police. The first video of him being questioned after the murders was reported as "missing" before the first trial. He says it would have silenced allegations that he had a lot of blood on him and was cleaning it off as officers arrived. In the interview, as in the book, he describes himself as "the third victim of Sept 15, " for being sent to jail as a killer. He says he was attacked several times by other inmates.

He has reduced feeling in his right thumb and a scar on his right shoulder. How did he survive?

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He developed an obsession with cleanliness in jail, soaking letters in disinfectant before reading them. At one point, he decided that if his appeals failed, he would kill himself. Looking back, you can't recognise yourself. Being put in a cage really does make you an animal.

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Inmates' channels to the outside world are so restricted that he found out about his acquittal only a day after the judgment on July 26, when another inmate showed him the newspaper. He tore the article out and kept it on him even as he was moved into immigration custody and eventually returned to Singapore on Sept 19 that year. Freed, he went travelling for four to six months in South America and around Asia - he declines to say exactly where, as it relates to his current occupation.

He also did odd jobs as a labourer. It was the environment more than the work that drove me. A long-distance runner until being confined to a cell, he relished being able to walk for miles at will. But he is steeled for bad press. I'm not trying to convince everybody, 'No, no, no, I didn't do anything,' there's no point. He would like the families of his former flatmates to read the book but has not approached them since the acquittal.

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They have their own idea of how things happened. Whatever closure they got - the trials, the appeals, the results, I don't know how that affects them. Perhaps it's too traumatic and I don't want to initiate that trauma," he says.


This article was first published on Sep 28, Get a copy of The Straits Times or go to straitstimes. Ram Puneet Tiwary: Looking back, I can't recognise myself. The year-old says the book gives him closure, but that some family members found it difficult to read, breaking down in tears midway through. Akshita Nanda. The Straits Times. Sep 30, Tiwary opens up on Sydney killings. Your daily good stuff - AsiaOne stories delivered straight to your inbox.

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