Former FSU Player Faces 'Caning' in Singapore


A former FSU football player has been arrested on immigration violation charges in Singapore.

Kamari Charlton could face at least three cane strokes in addition to jail time for overstaying his 90-day visa.

Mark Toner, director of the State Department Office of Press Relations said, “Well, we feel it's not an appropriate form of punishment. This is something we've made clear in our human rights report and also something we've conveyed to the government of Singapore in our bilateral discussions.”

Charlton was reportedly in the country because his wife was seeking medical treatment.

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