MOHD KHAIRUL AZAM IF YOU ARE NOT INTO ORAL SEX KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT. CAN YOU SWEAR THAT SODOMY 1 AND 2 A PERSONAL CASE?

“Why blamed the PM? He is neither the Attorney-General nor a judge,”

National Council of the Allied NGOs legal adviser Mohd Khairul Azam, responding to comments posted by both bodies, said it was wrong for them to blame the Government over the appeal.
Anwar should not lobby international groups to pressure the country in what is a personal case,” he added.
Former Bar Council president Ragunath Kesavan said without political interferance the A-G had a right to appeal, in line with the due process of law.Human Rights Watch Asia Division deputy director Phil Robertson was quoted as saying in an online portal that it was unfortunate the Govern-ment did not take the chance provided by the trial court judge for it to “bow out gracefully” from Anwar’s prosecution.
This is so simple, it amazes me that many people do not see through it. A judge is there to keep the balance, that is all, that is for the attorneys. If there is no argument, how can anyone blame this judge. Is it only myself who see’s that Gani patail’s has taken this situation and tried to place blame where there is no blame. Instead of saying his office made an error, he lies. That is it, he has lied, knowing most people do not care for what the processes are, why the judge is there, and his offices responsibilities. It was up to his office to place an argument before the court and his office did not do this. That is the reason this criminal has another victim. It is that simple. I find it very sloppy legal work and not much for our tax dollars. People have to remember that the legal system might not be perfect, but it is there to protect innocent people. A judge has to keep opinion from his or her mind and only deal with what is put before them. And in this case
Gani’s office failed to put the proper arguments before them. Didn’t even try as a matter of his own words. What does that say about his office? I’d not be here commenting if I had not been one of the people who sat there thinking that the judge was to blame. I feel that Gani’s betrayed the public when he lied to keep the public from seeing the truth. Anyone that cannot face the consequences of their own actions is a coward in my opinion, and maybe not worthy of holding the office he does. The public does not need more liars, we understand that mistakes happen, even that they are sometimes a good learning tool, but not if they are not owned. To lie and pretend tells me that this man should not be where he is. One lie leads to more, and more lies, corruption, and God only knows what else. Maybe the media needs to get all sides of stories before they print it as well.
 One can never trust an UMNO MALAY! True Malays are waiting for the moment to send these fellows to Hell. True Malays follow the religion so well. They can never be bought by any Force. They are fearless and righteous. There are millions of them who will take the Country to where it should be .
Its a matter of time when the last rat slips out of the sinking ship to be clobbered by these True Malays!!
The chain reaction has begun for us to see a new dawn. . MONEY IS THEIR RELIGION. NOT ISLAM You can’t trust a BAD MUSLIM MALAY
It is learnt that this afternoon, 30 people from non-governmental organisation, Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM), had met with Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail to urge that a notice of appeal against Anwar’s acquittal be filed.

When the Kuala Lumpur High Court judge delivered a not guilty verdict in the Anwar Ibrahim sodomy trial, the former deputy prime minister was taken aback. Ibrahim, 64, told reporters after his release on January 9, “To be honest, I am a little surprised.” The final scene of the 13-year politico-legal drama was over faster than anyone expected. Judge Zabidin Mohamad Diah took only two minutes to give his ruling, saying DNA samples used as evidence might have been contaminated and that he could not convict in the absence of other corroborating evidence.
The judgment has brought the curtains down on one of the most controversial chapters in Malaysian political history. Ibrahim has been on trial for sodomy twice and has always maintained that the charges were politically motivated. He was deputy prime minister between 1993 and 1998. Ibrahim was booted out of the government in 1998 for challenging the authority of then prime minister Mahathir Mohamad. In 1999, Ibrahim was sentenced to six years in prison for corruption, and in 2000, to another nine years on charges of sodomy. The court reversed the second sentence in 2004, paving the way for his release. In July 2008, he was arrested again on sodomy charges, just after he had led a three-party Opposition coalition to unexpected success in the elections.
Ibrahim has gone on to become a symbol for change in not just Malaysia but across the region. He brought the Opposition together, posing a challenge to the ruling National Front.
So what does the verdict mean for Malaysia? Has the victory given Ibrahim an edge over his fiercest critic and rival, Prime Minister Najib Razak? Professor James Chin at Monash University in Malaysia believes the acquittal does not really do much for Ibrahim. He says, “The sodomy issue would have been more effective had Anwar been found guilty. But now it is unlikely to be a major campaign issue.” Political analyst Ooi Kee Beng explains, “One of the biggest challenges for the Pakatan Rakyat (the three-party Opposition coalition) is to convince voters that it has the leaders needed for a change in paradigm.”
Other Malaysian political analysts see the verdict as a sign that the judiciary in Malaysia is really independent. They say it disproves Ibrahim’s claims about government interference in the judiciary, especially since Judge Diah had earlier come under fire from his counsel for being biased.
Ibrahim’s camp, led by stalwarts including Azmin Ali, deputy president of his party, Parti Keadilan Rakyat, is thrilled with the acquittal. “This is not justice for Ibrahim alone, but for all those who care about freedom and justice,” says Ali. He adds, “We will continue to explain to people that Ibrahim is a victim of a malicious conspiracy.” But Ali is also quick to counter claims about the judiciary’s independence. He says that is a claim made by Razak and Mahathir. The deputy chief of the Keadilan party says public perception is very different. “Malaysians feel there is a need for reform in the judicial system, and there are very few judges left who speak from their conscience,” he claims.
So how does the verdict change the face of Malaysian politics? Both sides have different views on its impact. Azmi Anshar, chief editor of one of Malaysia’s most prominent dailies, The New Straits Times, believes this will finally end Ibrahim’s “unfair advantage” over his rivals. Says Anshar, “In the past 42 months, since the accusations against Ibrahim were first made, he has used the court solely as a political campaign platform. Now he can no longer use court for political sermons and that will even out the playing field.” He believes, “Ibrahim will use his freedom to claim that the government tried to fix him, and that his victory was just a fluke.”
The impact of this verdict will most certainly be seen in the forthcoming polls, as Razak tries to hold on to power and Ibrahim’s attempts to improve upon his three-party coalition’s 2008 success. Elections in Malaysia could be held anytime between June 2012 and March 2013, say analysts.
Cleared of the sodomy charge, Ibrahim is all set to hit the campaign trail. He will use the verdict to galvanise the Opposition. “We are ready for any eventuality; we have been ready for elections for over a year now. The verdict has given us confidence that we can capture Putrajaya (the federal administrative centre of Malaysia),” says Ali.
Anshar believes Razak has an edge. He says, “Either a status quo will be maintained or the government will scrape through. But it will be wrong to underestimate the popularity of Razak, who managed to draw in the support of many disgruntled voters during his last campaign.”
Now that he is a free man, unless the Government appeals, Ibrahim seems to be even more determined to ensure that his three-party Opposition coalition is a force to reckon with in Malaysian politics. This was foremost on his mind as he walked out of the court on January 9. He tweeted moments after the judgment, “In the coming elections, the voice of the people will be heard, and this corrupt government will be toppled from its pedestal of power.”
 Datuk Seri Najib Razak is “painting himself into a corner” with the government’s latest court pursuit of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Karpal Singh, in what Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders say were moves designed to placate the hardliners in Umno.
Yesterday, public prosecutors filed to appeal against Anwar’s high-profile acquittal from a charge of sodomy, the same day the Court of Appeal reversed Karpal’s acquittal from a sedition charge and ordered the latter to enter his defence.
Anwar and Karpal are senior leaders in the three-party opposition PR bloc. Anwar is seen to be Najib’s political arch-foe in their scramble for Putrajaya in the next elections.
In Malaysia, the Attorney-General has sole discretion on prosecutions, but Najib’s Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition, which has held power for over 50 years, is seen to wield much influence on the bureaucracy.
“Najib has given up the opportunity to move on and engage the middle ground. By giving up other vote banks, he is narrowing his appeal and painting himself into a corner,” DAP strategist Liew Chin Tong told The Malaysian Insider.
Calling yesterday’s developments a “double whammy” for the opposition, the Bukit Bendera MP said both Anwar’s sodomy charge and the trial over whether Karpal uttered seditious words against the Perak Sultan was geared to secure the conservative Malay vote.
PKR strategic director Rafizi Ramli added that the two cases discredits the prime minister’s image as a political reformist and paints him as a weak and indecisive leader.
“Time and again, he will announce reforms only to backpedal. Now the warlords in Umno will say, ‘Don’t worry about Najib. He will back down and even overcompensate,’” he said.
Umno is the lynchpin party in the 13-member BN coalition.
The ruling BN had made the case that Anwar’s acquittal on January 9 not only showed the courts were free from manipulation but was also an extension of Najib’s reforms push.
Karpal had been indicted under Section 4(1) of the Sedition Act 1948 for allegedly uttering seditious words against the Perak Sultan by saying the removal of Datuk Seri Mohamad Nizar Jamaluddin as Perak mentri besar and the appointment of Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir by the Sultan could be questioned in a court of law.
Karpal was later acquitted of the charges by trial judge Azman Abdullah. The A-G’s Chambers subsequently filed its appeal last year, contending that the judge had taken a wrong approach when he ruled the prosecution had failed to prove prima facie.
Najib has unveiled several transformation programmes after coming into power in April 2009, including the Economic Transformation Programme that seeks to liberalise the economy.
But afer two rounds of liberalisation to allow more foreign equity in the services sector, pro-Bumiputera quotas remain.
Despite the continuation of the New Economic Policy (NEP) that was due to expire in 1990, Najib also went on to introduce a new unit, Teraju, to enhance Bumiputera economic participation.
The RM50 billion Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit project saw 43 per cent (instead of the usual 30 per cent quota) of civil engineering projects being set aside for Bumiputera contractors after they complained of being shut out by strict pre-qualification criteria.
PAS research chief Dzulkefly Ahmad also said yesterday’s developments in court showed an incoherence in Najib’s announcements and his administration’s actions.
“This script of one step forwards, two steps back is getting predictable and all too familiar,” the Kuala Selangor MP said.
related articles

WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU HARAMJADA MAHATHIR: SAIFUL HAS RIGHT TO SELL HIS JUBOQ SEX-WITH-FARAH

The verdict will restore some faith to supporters and neutrals alike. It will replenish the energy lost in a man who had to stand trial against accusations that has tarnished not only his image but his family’s as well ONLY FIFTY BEGGERS FOR SAIFOOL INCLUDING KATAKS ROSLAN KASSIM related article http://suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com/2012/01/07/why-the-world-should-care-about-anwar-ibrahim-believes-that-the-prosecution-case-is-compromised-an  THE POLITICISATION OF SEXUALITY AS … Read more

‘THE CHARGE WAS CONSENSUAL SEX THEREFORE SAIFUL WAS A WILLING PARTNER. HOW ON EARTH IS THIS GOING TO UPHOLD HIS HONOUR AND DIGNITY?’

Who pays for sodomy appeal – Saiful or taxpayers? ‘The charge was consensual sex, therefore Saiful was a willing partner. How on earth is this going to uphold his honour and dignity?’ Moontime: I believe this has gone far enough. All law-abiding citizens of Malaysia should sue Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan and his family for bringing …Read more

THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S CHAMBERS DECISION TO FILE AN APPEAL WAS BASED ON EVIDENCE AND THE LAW BUT PROSECUTOR HAS DECEPTIVELY MERELY MANUFACTURING EVIDENCES AGAINST ANWAR

will the untouchable beautifully beastifull rosamah sent Anwar Ibrahim to jail?  The Attorney-General’s Chambers said today the decision to file an appeal against the High Court’s decision to acquit and discharge Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was based on evidence and the law. It stressed that in making any decision, the department acts solely on … Read more

HOW NAJIB IS LOSING :NAJIB FALL INTO MAHATHIR’S TRAP NO APPEAL AGAINST ABDUL RAZAK’S ACQUITTAL

Meanwhile, enjoy this wonderful rendition of I Will Always Love You from Ziana Zain. Rosmah Mansor cannot match or pegang lilin to Ziana vocal prowess la. Maybe should take singing lessons from ZianaNazri, in taking a swipe at Najib, said those who are prime minister must have high moral standards. “caught in the act of adultery” with Zaina Zain in Port … Read more

ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S CHAMBERS “WHY WAS THE VERDICT INVOLVING ABDUL RAZAK BAGINDA NOT APPEALED? HOW MUCH NAJIB PAID TO BAILOUT BAGINDA

Lagaan Mitwa The allegation of an affair between deputy public prosecutor Farah Azlina Latif and Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan cries out for an open inquiry and should not have been investigated and closed by the Attorney-General’s Chambers, veteran lawyer Karpal Singh said today. Responding to the findings of the Attorney-General’s Chambers in clearing the two … Read more

“IT’S THE INEQUALITY, STUPID”: THE FADING DREAM UNEQUAL JUSTICE SELECTIVE PROSECUTION JUBOQ SAIFOOL FAR MORE IMPORTANT THEN THE PEOPLE’S WELLFARE

Najib go hang your self It is odd that the government should have chosen law and order as its final alibi after some exhausting self-laceration in its search for a credible explanation Why do we say “law and order” rather than “order and law”? Simple. Law comes before order. Law defines the nature of order. … Read more

SO WHO RESET THE BUTTON NAJIB MOST UNFIT PRIME MINISTER SAYS TOO SCARED TO LOOSE HIS PRIME MINISTER’S JOB

related article http://suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com/2012/01/19/juboq-saifool-for-hire-without-appeal-we-are-broke-we-can-make-money-on-appeal/   related article http://malaysiaonlinetoday.wordpress.com/2011/12/14/why-arent-musa-hassan-and-gani-patail-in-jail-when-sodomy1-is-not-sodomy2/ use your political authority to give  justice, lack of morals the real crises in the mother fucker and scumbag in The Attorney-General’s Chamber First is regarding mother fucker and scumbag AG himself. We must not forget that he was the main player in Sodomy 1 — the charge that Anwar was also … Read more

NAJIB AND HIS POT-HOLED SYSTEM POLITICS OF THE PROSECUTION

Could it possibly be true? our prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has  begun to believe what some admirers have started to suggest with incremental passion, that he is Malaysia’s best-ever Prime Minister? The answer must be no. He is clearly not self-delusional. Datuk Seri Najib Razak claimed today that Malaysia is the best place in the world … Read more

JUBOQ SAIFOOL FOR-HIRE- WITHOUT APPEAL WE ARE BROKE WE CAN MAKE MONEY ON APPEAL

  ’I’m pleading with the attorney-general to do so for the sake of my son’s and family’s dignity,’ says the father of sodomy complainant Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan related aticle http://malaysiaonlinetoday.wordpress.com/2011/08/28/both-father-and-son-are-in-the-wrong-business-asshole-for-hire-abetted-by-umno-in-collaboration-with- What conclusion can we draw from Rodwan’s refusal to respond to such serious allegation in Malaysia Today?  Wouldn’t he have promptly refuted the allegation if …Read more

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s