A district judge clears a teenager from swinging a table from the third floor of a block of a high school, finding doubts in the claims of two other students who referred to him.
District Judge Eugene Tay noted in the Juvenile Court that the two witnesses who said the boy was the culprit were both in a classroom in the opposite block about 30 meters away, and it rained heavily at the time.
"I was not convinced that the line of sight of the (two witnesses) was completely clear or unobstructed," he said last month in the judgment.
"This, combined with the fact that the incident would have occurred in a matter of seconds and that the person who had thrown the table would have moved instead of being static, I concluded that (they) are the culprit would not have seen more than a few seconds, "he explained.
The then 15-year-old boy was accused of committing a rash act to endanger the personal safety of others.  The incident happened at a school in Jurong on May 22 last year at about 11 o'clock.
Deputy public prosecutor Derek Ee argued that both witnesses were 100% certain of the guilty identity.
He said that although there was bad blood between them, and they had the motive to frame the youth, they had passed cross-examination.
Defense lawyer Hannah Tjoa said that of the six persecution speeches were only two direct eyewitnesses, they discussed the evidence and confirmed each other's version, "thus implanting false memories in their minds."
District Judge Tay noted that the two direct witnesses could not remember what the teenager was wearing at the time, which weakened their testimony.  He made it clear that he did not think the two witnesses were lying because they harbored resentment, but doubted what they actually saw.
The Prosecution is in appeal.