In a “precipitous fall from grace,” to quote his lawyer, former principal of Dulwich College Shanghai, Dominic Charnock has been sentenced to 11 months in a Singapore jail for possession of the drug methamphetamine, or crystal meth, as it is known to fans of Breaking Bad.
When arrested, Charnock was working as a curriculum developer for Dulwich College Management International Limited. The company is registered in the Cayman islands, according to Dato Capital Cayman Islands (www.datocapital.ky). It currently runs Dulwich schools in Asia, licensing the name and intellectual property of Dulwich College from Dulwich College Overseas Enterprises, a trading company wholly-owned by Dulwich College London, according to the 2018 Financial Statement on the website of the 400 year-old London public school.
So that’s crystal clear – as is the fact that the Singapore police didn’t say when they raided Charnock’s home.