Mubarak in a Cage — But What About Malaysia’s MAHAHIR ? TO BE CHARGED THE GODFATHER KNEW THE WHOLE CABINET SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH NEGLIGENCE, CONSPIRACY AND GRAND THEFT.

Mubarak with his sons in cages, and in this case the picture is worth a million words. The entire Arab world is watching with awe as a despot deemed invincible just some months ago is facing his destiny. Nothing like the similar pictures from Baghdad when Saddam was put in trial. Then, it was an Iraqi tribunal working under American occupation. Now it is the real thing, or is it?

Egypt’s real rulers, the high military council, have no interest in prolonging the Tahrir revolution.They want stability, and quickly, and they believe that the trial with all the drama and its symbolic significance will calm down those who want a “second revolution”. The moment of decision will come soon, when the verdict will be issued. No need to bet on it, the verdict will be death, but then what?
The masses will be happy no doubt, but the rulers will be subjected to enormous, perhaps unbearable international pressures to commute the sentence. In this case, betting is required, and I fail to see Mubarak executed. This is a scenario which is likely to stir a massive, possibly violent protest, and the generals will feel the pressure more than any other time since the downfall of Mubarak. What at stake will be a simple question, was it all a coup against Mubarak, or a popular revolution.
The military council will prevail, but they need to show more to the people than the trial. They need to give the poor bread and butter not just the passing amusement of watching the downfall of a dictator. No one in the entire Middle East is watching the proceedings in Cairo with more trepidation than Bashar Assad in Damascus. The dictator continues the relentless massacre of his own people, and the bodies pile up in Hama, Deir A Zor, Damascus suburbs and other places. This is now the last stage before a full-blown civil war, but the signs all point to a Libyanization of the Syrian situation.
There are already high officers who defected from the army, including a colonel who established the “Army of Free Syria”. The defections of rank-and-file soldiers are on a large scale and they take their arms with them, something that can put in context the repeated allegations by the regime that it deals with “armed gangs”. For a change, the propaganda machine in Damascus tells the truth, not fully though, as these “gangs” are composed of those who just a while ago were forced to swear allegiance to Bashar Assad.
Libyanization brings to mind the specter of international military intervention as in Libya, but that will not happen. Intervention in Libya was a major mistake, and intervention in Syria will be nothing short of a disaster, as it will stifle the genuine, popular uprising and turn it into a needless war with what is left of Syria’s Army. Instead, the West, led by the US, should take other steps, for example a public call to senior Syrian officers to defect in return to immunity and financial rewards. According to unconfirmed Arab reports, at least one senior Syrian officer already defected and is debriefed by the CIA.
Such reports may reflect wishful thinking on the part of Bashar’s enemies, but they may very well be the shape of things to come. The efforts to work with Syria’s opposition should continue and lead to the establishment of a government in exile, that will be recognized by the West and Turkey. The Turks are busy now with the internal crisis between the civilian government and the military, but they are not abandoning their desire to establish buffer zones in northwest and northeast Syria. One of these regions could become the seat of a temporary Syrian rebel government.
And with all that happening, what about Bashar personally? Betting again, I believe that we shall not see him in a cage in Damascus, not also in The Hague. There are other options for him, one is a battle to the end in Damascus; the other is escaping to the Alawite heartland and turning it into the “Assad mountain”, the place of last refuge. The last and more likely option for him, will be to join his friends in Tehran. We are not there yet, but the moment is fast approaching.


JERUSALEM — An aide to Israel’s prime minister on Wednesday denied a claim that Israel offered asylum to Egypt’s deposed President Hosni Mubarak several months ago.
The claim came from lawmaker Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, a former Israeli defense minister, army general and longtime friend of the ousted Egyptian leader. He told Army Radio he proposed that Mubarak seek asylum in Israel’s Red Sea port city of Eilat, on Israel’s border with Egypt’s Sinai desert. He said the offer was made while Mubarak was still president, during a meeting in Sharm el-Sheikh, an Egyptian resort also on the Red Sea.
“I met him in Sharm el-Sheikh and told him that the distance was very short, and perhaps this would be a good time for him to heal himself,” Ben-Eliezer said. “I am sure the Israeli government would have accepted him, but he refused because he is a patriot.”
Ben-Eliezer said the offer came from him and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Roni Sofer, an aide to Netanyahu, flatly denied that. “It never happened,” Sofer told The Associated Press. “The prime minister never offered Mubarak asylum.”
Ben-Eliezer’s spokesman said he would make no further statements on Wednesday.
While Israel’s relations with Egypt have been chilly since the two nations made peace in 1979, Israel valued Mubarak as a source of stability with shared interests in containing Iran and its radical Islamic proxies in the region.
Mubarak’s ouster in February after a nearly 30-year autocratic reign sent shudders throughout the Israeli political and defense establishment, which fears the loss of an important regional bulwark against radical Islam.
Ben-Eliezer spoke shortly before the ailing, 83-year-old Mubarak was wheeled into a Cairo courtroom lying on a hospital gurney Wednesday at the start of his trial on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters during the uprising that ousted him.
The spectacle of the ashen-faced Mubarak lying inside a cage of mesh and iron bars was the first look the Egyptian people has had of their former leader since he delivered a defiant speech on Feb. 10 refusing to resign. The ensuing uproar forced him to step down the following day and flee the Egyptian capital.

 


WELL SAID DATUK AMBIGA SREENEVASAN, DATUK SERI ABU KASSIM MOHAMEDGO AHEAD GET THE WARRANT TO ARREST TUN MAHATHIR AND NAJIB HERE IS THE CASE

Ok,
We Rakyat marked your word. Not long ago, someone subumitted report to MACC on
Chief Minister of Sarawak
Not long ago, during by election in Hulu Selangor and sibu, the political party submitted report on
PM of Malaysia
Not too long ago, Elected Adun and MP by Rakyat submitted report on
Former Selangor MB
Not too long ago, Sabahan did lodged a report against
Current Chief Minister of Sabah
Not too long ago, report also submitted on Same Darby
Not too long ago, report also submitted on PKFZ
GO AHEAD GET THE WARRANT TO ARREST Tun Mahathir

MAHAHTIR TO BE CHARGED THE GODFATHER MAHAHIR KNEW THE WHOLE CABINET SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH NEGLIGENCE, CONSPIRACY AND GRAND THEFT.

Based on the revelation from Zaharah, the Godfather MAHAHIR knew and was informed of the progress that time. When the central agency disagreed with the vaulation, he backed down for a while to pretend he is concerned and follows the law. Of course at the back, he ordered Tun Ling to proceed with the original … Read more
RPK can’t be believed, says Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, who swore in God’s name that he has never met ‘that Mongolian woman’. 40% of what RPK writes is true, the balance 60% are lies, says the son of Malaysia’s longest ruling Prime Minister who invented the word spin-doctoring. Let us try to figure out which of the following are the 40% truths and which are the 60% lies.
Raja Petra Kamarudin
    1. Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad wants his ‘Crooked Bridge’ to Singapore continued while Najib Tun Razak wants it aborted. Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had actually aborted it soon after he became Prime Minister in 2003 — much to Dr Mahathir’s annoyance who complained that the cost to abort the bridge is higher than the cost to build it.

 

    1. Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad alleges that Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has been implicated in the ‘Oil for Food’ scandal, according to the United Nations investigation. Dr Mahathir said that action should be taken against Abdullah Badawi — as what happened to India’s Finance Minister who had also been implicated in the same scandal and was forced to resign from his post.
    2. Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad alleges that Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi spent RM200 million of the taxpayers’ money to buy a new luxury jet whereas when he (Dr Mahathir) was Prime Minister he did not buy a new plane but used the old, small one to move around.
    3. Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad alleges that Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was not running the country and that the country was actually being run by the ‘fourth floor boys’ led by his son-in-law, Khairy Jamaluddin, who is close to Singapore and allows ‘that little red dot in the south’ to decide how the country is run.
    4. A Mongolian national by the name of Altantuya Shaariibuu entered the country and was subsequently murdered but there are no immigration records to show she has entered the country and two police officers have been found guilty of murdering her although there is no evidence she ever entered Malaysia since there are no immigration records of her ever having entered the country.
    5. One of those initially charged for Altantuya’s murder, Abdul Razak Baginda, is close to Najib Tun Razak but he was later acquitted of the murder without his defence being called.
    6. When Razak Baginda was first charged for murder he was allowed bail although bail is not provided for in cases that attract capital punishment, such as murder — while the co-accused, the two police officers, were not allowed bail.
    7. When Razak Baginda’s bail was revoked he applied for bail and supported the bail application with an Affidavit that alleged he had never met the two police officers before until they were sent to him by Najib Tun Razak’s police officer ADC called Musa Safri but Musa was never called to testify in the murder trial to confirm or deny Razak’s allegation.
    8. The judge in the murder trial at first refused to accept Razak Baginda’s Affidavit and advised the lawyer to withdraw it as it may be damaging to his client’s case. The lawyer, however, insisted that they submit the Affidavit and the judge had no choice but to accept it and after reading it actually made adverse comments and said that after reading the Affidavit he is even more convinced that Razak should not be granted bail. The senior judge was subsequently removed from the case and replaced with a junior judicial commissioner.
    9. Razak Baginda’s wife, a lawyer and ex-magistrate, went berserk during the trial and shouted that it is not her husband who wishes to become the Prime Minister. There was also an incident outside court when Razak Baginda’s wife kicked Altantuya’s father and her lawyer complained to the court and asked the court to instruct her from further accosting the father.
    10. After Razak Baginda and the two police officers were charged for Altantuya’s murder, the Attorney General made an unprecedented announcement to the media that only three people and no others are involved in the murder although the trial had not even started yet and no one knows what the witnesses would be saying during the trial.
    11. After Razak Baginda was acquitted of the charge of murder the Attorney General announced that the government would not be filing an appeal like it would normally do, while at the same time, as soon as the court ruled that my Internal Security Act detention was illegal and ordered my release, the government filed an appeal.
    12. The judge who acquitted Razak Baginda of murder ruled that he believed Razak is not guilty based on the Affidavit he filed to support his bail application although the Affidavit was never tendered as evidence during the trial. Therefore, while the Affidavit is not strong enough to convince the court that Razak deserves bail it is, however, strong enough to convince the court that he is innocent of the charge of murder.

 



GIVE CREDIT TO GHANI PATAILI FOR HIS CANDOUR HELPINGTO TURN NAJIB LIES TO TRUTH RPK’S NAKED TRUTH INTO LIES LIES

TAKE NOTE TO THE FRENCH POLICE AN UNBELIEVABLE SPECTACLE TOOK PLACE IN THE BIZARRE MURDER TRIAL OF MONGOLIAN BEAUTY ALTANTUYA SHAARIBUU ON JUNE 29. THE COMBINED FORCES OF THE PROSECUTION AND DEFENSE BLOCKING THE LINE OF QUESTIONING. PKR supreme council member Datuk Zaid Ibrahim today this article was reason why my previous blog was c4ed … Read more


AN UNBELIEVABLE SPECTACLE TOOK PLACE IN THE BIZARRE MURDER TRIAL FRENCH PROSECUTORS TO INTERVIEW PI BALA OVER SUBMARINE DEAL

TAKE NOTE TO THE FRENCH POLICE AN UNBELIEVABLE SPECTACLE TOOK PLACE IN THE BIZARRE MURDER TRIAL OF MONGOLIAN BEAUTY ALTANTUYA SHAARIBUU ON JUNE 29. THE COMBINED FORCES OF THE PROSECUTION AND DEFENSE BLOCKING THE LINE OF QUESTIONING. PKR supreme council member Datuk Zaid Ibrahim today this article was reason why my previous blog was c4ed … Read mo


MCC MOHD SHUKRI ABDUL FLIRTING GIVES OFF THE IMPRESSION TO YOUR PARTNER NAJIB AND ROSMAH THAT YOU WANT SOMETHING FURTHER THAN JUST HAND HOLDING

PKR supreme council member Datuk Zaid Ibrahim today this article was reason why my previous blog was c4ed i just retrieved it last hits for this 10000 Bayan Baru MP Datuk Seri Zahrain Hashim for questioning his meeting with fugitive blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin in Manchester last year .readmoreTHE TAXIDRIVER PICKED the jilted GHOST Atlantuya … Read more

MONGOLIAN GOVT TO POST SECURITY BOND FOR ALTANTUYA’S FAMILY

KUALA LUMPUR: Karpal Singh who is counsel for the family of murdered Mongolian translator Altantuya Shaariibuu said the Mongolian government had agreed to post a security deposit bond of RM60,000 for the family to enable the Court of Appeal to continue with the compensation hearing. “They (Mongolian government) have agreed to make the payment before … Read more


By Lim Kit Siang
The Attorney-General Tan Sri Gani Patail should explain why the alacrity with which he wants to prosecute the PSM EO6 in contrast with his total immobility  to charge Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officers for a pile of crimes and unlawful actions as exposed by the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) into Teoh Beng Hock’s (TBH) death?
Yesterday, The PSP EO6 including the Sungai Siput Member of Parliament Dr. Michael Jeyakumar who were released last Friday from detention-without-trial Emergency Ordinance were charged in the Butterworth Sessions Court under the Internal Security Act and the Societies Act with possessing subversive documents and assisting an illegal organization.
However, there are no signs whatsoever that the Attorney-General is taking any action or shown any interest in the report of the  James Foong Royal Commission of Inquiry into Teoh Beng Hock’s death, in particular in the shocking RCI revelations of the pile of crimes and unlawful actions committed by MACC officers in the MACC massive operation resulting in Beng Hock’s death.
The RCI’s conclusion that Beng Hock was “driven to suicide” is not acceptable as it is not based on any evidence but a mere leap in imagination.
However, the RCI has discovered a mountain of crimes and  unlawful acts  committed by MACC officers in the massive July 2009 MACC operation resulting in Beng Hock’s death.
In the first place, the massive 33-men MACC operation resulting in Beng Hock’s death at MACC headquarters in Shah Alam on 16th July 2009 was mala fide, a gross abuse of power and acts of corruption.
The RCI found that Hishammuddin Hashim (who had “absolute authority” to investigate anyone whom he suspected of corruption in the state “without informing or obtaining the consent of his superiors” in MACC or Selangor although he was only Deputy Director MACC Selangor)  was the “mastermind” who launched the massive MACC operation resulting in Beng Hock’s death without supporting facts but merely on “a mere belief” from a  telephone call.
The crimes and violations of the law committed by the MACC officers in the massive MACC operation resulting in Beng Hock’s death include the following:
(1)  Responsible for Beng Hock’s death.
(2)  MACC officers committing perjury and telling lies about what happened to Beng Hock when at the MACC headquarters in police investigations into Beng Hock’s death, the TBH Inquest and the TBH RCI proceedings, which warrants the establishment of a Special Investigations Squad to identify Beng Hock’s killers.
(3)  Violating Section 31 of the MACC Act in illegally and without lawful authorisation exercising the powers of “search and seizure” when MACC officers carried out their raids on various places during the massive MACC operation resulting in Beng Hock’s death.
In Para 245, the RCI castigated the MACC officers over their “cavalier attitude” in “arrogating to themselves a power that the law did not, and does not, confer”.
The RCI also castigated the MACC for its common “unlawful” practice of conducting “search without warrant or authorization”.
In their report, the RCI commissioners referred to “a number of instances of blatant abuse of powers by the Selangor MACC officers and the other officers involved in the operation”. It said: “The investigation into the allegations of corruption by the MACC showed scant regard for the law in the pursuit of the MACC to produce results.”  (Para 295)
The TBH RCI had expressed the view that “the death of TBH should not be in vain” and in this spirit, the Attorney-General Tan Sri Gani Patail should explain why the AG Chambers is totally indifferent and unconcerned about the exposes of the pile of crimes and unlawful actions committed by MACC officers as exposed by the TBH RCI report, submitted more than six weeks ago.
So are you going to tell Rakyat, all this are ikan bilis, not a big fish??
If you agree these are the big fish, then tell the Rakyat, how are you going to handle them and your dateline please.


KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 — Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed today intends to push the Najib administration members to declare their assets publicly.
The Cabinet members now declare their assets to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak annually but it is not made public.
“Declaration of assets is very, very important,” Abu Kassim(picture) said at the 15th Malaysian Law Conference at the KL Convention Centre here.
The nation’s top graft fighter was responding to a suggestion from former Bar Council president Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan that the assets of politicians — particularly those in the Cabinet — and the judiciary be made publicly available for the sake of transparency.
“I agree with you… Everybody — for example, the minister or the judiciary — has to declare,” he told Ambiga.
Following the thumping Barisan Nasional (BN) took in the March 2008 general election, then-Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had directed Cabinet members to declare their assets in a bid to appease a public that was increasingly sceptical of BN’s capacity for reform.
Ministers, as well as deputy ministers, were required to fill in asset declaration forms with the MACC’s predecessor, the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA), with the intention of making the information available online for public scrutiny.
However, Abdullah backed down from this plan after facing stiff opposition from ministers, who felt that it would be an invasion of privacy for the public to know their financial worth.
Abu Kassim earlier assured Ambiga that he was willing to investigate cases involving Cabinet members impartially without any regard to their political affiliation.
“I can assure you, if there is a case… against any Cabinet member and we didn’t investigate, I’m willing to go down,” he declared, by way of assurance.
He added that he was, in fact, already investigating Cabinet members for alleged corrupt practices but stopped short of elaborating.
MACC has come under sustained fire after its January 2008 start for what detractors claim is a poor record of prosecution and ineffective fight against corruption.
In particular, the perceived foot-dragging in getting to the bottom of Teoh Beng Hock’s suspicious death, one year after his death, continues to haunt the national anti-graft body.
The 30-year-old political secretary to Selangor state councillor Ean Yong Hian Wah was found dead on July 16 last year on a fifth-floor landing at Plaza Masalam in Shah Alam, nine floors below the Selangor MACC’s then headquarters.
He had been interrogated overnight by anti-graft officers probing claims his boss was misusing state funds.
On the anniversary of Teoh’s death, Abu Kassim had pledged not to “cover up” the actions of anyone who may have been involved in causing the DAP political aide’s death.
However, the MACC’s condolence statement to Teoh’s family drew heavy criticism because it was only available in Chinese.
Teoh’s younger sister, Lee Lan, had also slammed Abu Kassim for his “insincere” effort.


ON ROSMAAA ORDER?IT’S MINDBOGGLING!PUBLIC PROSECUTOR HAS DECEPTIVELY MERELY MANUFACTURING EVIDENCES AGAINST ANWAR


By N Surendran
I refer to the criminal charges brought against the PSM 6 on 3rd August 2011 under s.29(1) Internal Security Act 1960, s.43 and s.48 Societies Act 1966. The charges are related to the Bersih 2.0 peaceful campaign to reform the electoral process.
The continued State-sanctioned persecution of these six dedicated political and social activists bodes ill for our nation. The police force, government and Attorney General have put themselves in an untenable position. They are using State powers to crackdown on a movement for free and fair elections, and to criminalize citizens such as the PSM 6 who participated or supported that movement The charges against the PSM 6 are politically motivated and a blatant abuse of investigation and prosecution powers. These six men and women have a long and spotless record of public service; their persecution shames the nation.
We note with grave concern that the office of the Attorney General has been consistently used to bring politically motivated criminal charges against opposition politicians and civil society. The powers of the Attorney General must be reviewed and immediate reforms must be instituted. The powers of prosecution should be held by an independent Director of Public Prosecutions, as is the practice in many Commonwealth countries.
Meanwhile, Keadilan condemns the criminal  investigation launched upon the editor of Suara Keadilan, its journalist and Keadilan leader Latheefa Koya under section 505(b) Penal Code. They were questioned today by Dang Wang police relating to an article published about tear gas canisters. This police investigation is an infringement of the freedom of the press and another instance of the continual police harassment of opposition parties and their news organs.
We call for:
a) Immediate withdrawal of all charges against the PSM 6;
b) Urgent reform of the office of the Attorney General and removal of prosecution powers to an independent body;
c) End of police harassment of Suara Keadilan and its journalists.
Issued by,
N SURENDRAN
VICE PRESIDENT
KEADILAN


The judge should order the Public Prosecutor to release the said documents to the defence lawyers in order that they can operate on a level playing field, simple as that. The judge did not have to wait for the defence lawyers to fight for something that is their right to have. But does the Public Prosecutor want to give the defence a level playing field? If the shenanigans involving RPK’s various trials are anything to go by I don’t think so. I therefore fear the worst outcome for Anwar. He’ll be found guilty and thrown into jail thereby scuppering the Opposition’s hopes of forming a govt. in the near future. Sure, the international community will protest but Najib will just cock a snook at them and tell them to mind their own business. Who cares what the world thinks of you when your main aim is for your party to rule for another 50 years or more? People will protest but the FRU, the Police and maybe even the military will put down any form of protest. Look what they are doing to peaceful protestors wearing black. You see, my fellow Malaysians, people looking into Malaysia see a different picture from what we see from the inside. To them Malaysia is a wonderful,modern, vibrant and successful country. But they only see the window dressing, unfortunately.
why the Attorney-General’s Chambers hasNOT lodged a police report against najib for making deal with him and  let the whole workd know On the day Abdul Razak Baginda was arrested, Bala was with him at his lawyers office at 6.30 a.m. Abdul Razak Baginda informed us that he had sent Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak an SMS the evening before as he refused to believe he was to be arrested, but had not received a response.
52. Shortly thereafter, at about 7.30 a.m., Abdul Razak Baginda received an SMS from Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and showed, this message to both myself and his lawyer. This message read as follows :- “ I am seeing IGP at 11.00 a.m. today …… matter will be solved … be cool”.
53. I have been made to understand that Abdul Razak Baginda was arrested the same morning at his office in the Bangunan Getah Asli, Jalan Ampang.
54. The purpose of this Statutory declaration is to :-
54.1 State my disappointment at the standard of investigations conducted by the authorities into the circumstances surrounding the murder of Altantuya Shaaribuu.
54.2 Bring to the notice of the relevant authorities the strong possibility that there are individuals other than the 3 accused who must have played a role in the murder of Altantuya Shaaribuu.
WHY GANI MUST BE kickedout as A.G.abdul razak meeting musa at the deputy prime minister’s (dpm) office on official matters, during which he (abdul razak) enquired about altantuya’s fate. high court judge datuk k.n.segara said the affidavit produced by abdul razak pointed to a conclusion that he had abetted with azilah to “get rid” of altantuya from
WHAT “MIRACLES” COULD THE NEW PROSECUTION TEAM PRODUCE TO ENSURE A “FAIR TRIAL”, WHICH COULD NOT BE ACCOMPLISHED BY THE PREVIOUS PROSECUTION TEAM?
WHY GANI MUST BE kickedout as A.G.abdul razak meeting musa at the deputy prime minister’s (dpm) office on official matters, during which he (abdul razak) enquired about altantuya’s fate. high court judge datuk k.n.segara said the affidavit produced by abdul razak pointed to a conclusion that he had abetted with azilah to “get rid” of altantuya from
WHAT “MIRACLES” COULD THE NEW PROSECUTION TEAM PRODUCE TO ENSURE A “FAIR TRIAL”, WHICH COULD NOT BE ACCOMPLISHED BY THE PREVIOUS PROSECUTION TEAM?
the Attorney-General’s Chambers has lodged a police report against Raja Petra over the statutory declaration.
Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail said the allegations were “highly defamatory” and if found untrue, those making the allegations would have to face the consequences.
“We want to investigate because we want the truth. As far as I am concerned, we have to look at it seriously.”
“If it’s true, we will act accordingly. If not, the writer will be investigated,” he said, adding that the report was lodged in Putrajaya
“The Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, the Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his wife Datin SeriRosmah Mansor cannot 
remain silent
All Malaysians who values a just and independent judicial system in Malaysia must voice out their disapproval of such dastardy behaviour by the Public Prosecutor.
All dealings must be done above board and must be seen to be just and fair. Such behaviour by the Public Prosecutor can only means one thing.
It can only means that the Public Prosecutor is unwilling to release the required information because by releasing the information, the Public Prosecutor no longer has a viable case against the defense or it could mean that the Public Prosecutor is merely manufacturing evidences against Anwar as was exposed in the previous case against Anwar! If there is any concrete evidences, you can bet your bottom dollar that the Public Prosecutor will be the first to publish it in the public domain to substantiate his case and claims against the accused!
If there are no evidences or documentations as claimed, then, there is no way they can present them….so, if they can’t present the required information as requested, then, it could only means that there are no such evidences/documents available at all!
In Malaysia, the judiciary and court system has lately become the laughing stock in the international arena. Even Malaysians do not have much confidence of getting correct and educated judgements…let alone a fair and just one! With such behaviour by the Public Prosecutor, what else could we expect???
A justice system must not only be fair and just, it must also be seen by the public to be fair and just! merely manufacturing evidences against Anwar
on the latest bombshell,” wrote Lim Kit Siang, leader of the opposition Democratic Action Party. “The credibility and legitimacy of the Abdullah premiership and government will suffer a mortal blow if Abdullah, Najib and Rosmah remain silent on Raja Petra’s bombshell allegations.”
The woman arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Oct 9 with her sister and a cousin in search of the political analyst whom she claimed fathered her 16-month-old son.
Altantuya’s case came to light after her sister lodged a police report following her disappearance on Oct 21. Police identified the political analyst, who is said to have befriended the deceased a few years ago, as a suspectShe had accompanied Baginda to France when he was involved in negotiating the purchase of two Scorpene submarines and a used Agosta submarine produced by the French government through a French-Spanish joint venture, Armaris, for the Malaysian defense ministry, which was headed by Najib as minister. The submarines were bought through a Kuala Lumpur-based company, Perimekar Sdn Bhd, which at the time was owned by yet another company, Ombak Laut, which was wholly owned by Abdul Razak Baginda.The €1 billion (RM4.5 billion) contract to buy the submarines was non-competitive and netted Perimekar €114 million.

 

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