Singapore teen blogger guilty of insulting Christians

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Amos Yee waves as he leaves the State Courts after his trial in Singapore May 12, 2015.

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Amos Yee waves as he leaves the State Courts after his trial in Singapore May 12, 2015. A Singapore court on Tuesday found the teenager guilty of offending Christians and spreading obscene image in an online post that also carried comments celebrating the death of former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Edgar Su

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Yee posted a YouTube video that said Christians were "power-hungry and malicious" people who "deceive others into thinking that they are compassionate and kind."