Bullied in jail over her MCO sentence, single mother asks why the double standards?

Geraldine Tong


When single mother B Lisa Christina was first sentenced to 30 days jail for defying the movement control order (MCO), she was already mentally prepared to serve out the full sentence as she believed that is the law, which is equal for everyone.

However, when she began to talk to her 37 cellmates in the Kajang prison, she realised something was amiss.

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