Tuesday, February 17, 2015

So it is Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria who tarnish the image and dignity of the judiciary.

Muhammad Shafee Abdullah  was Hindu for 2/3 of his life, then turn muslim for the obvious reason all can see, as common to all the likes,
Waiting for Shafee to make Anwar faint under cross examination. Did Anwar faint? Did Shafee pose any intelligent and hard question to Anwar? This fellow is arrogantly stupid
Former attorney-general Abu Talib Othman said in his time or before that, lawyers appointed in the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) as prosecutors never “advertised” themselves to the media.The rather brutal assault of the convicted Anwar goes beyond a self-congratulatory proclamation by Shafee of his forensic brilliance ‘if Anwar took the stand’ - predicated on an entirely hypothetical situation. (The Rules also forbid lawyers from referring to facts that they are unable to prove.)
It could be perceived (rightly or wrongly) as manifesting an implacable hostility to an accused. It leaves the public guessing as to how much of this could have influenced the conduct of the case - wittingly or otherwise.
Already leading members of the Bar, including several past presidents, have deprecated such conduct.
Given the interest that this case has generated world-wide, would it not have been more prudent for this prosecutor to refrain from making comments which could needlessly erode the standing of the country and its judicial apparatus
What the state did was legal but morally reprehensible.So desperate that Umno lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah 's spinning the word “conspiracy”. spinning and justifying, for the judges who have already decided using .
‘The sole purpose of nailing Anwar is because he was a political threat.’So it's now as clear as daylight that the case against Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim is indeed a political persecution. the existence of such a conspiracy or collusion, albeit legal, to only get Anwar convicted but not Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.Saiful was equally guilty of the same consensual act, he was not prosecuted but instead turned state witness for the sole purpose of nailing Anwar because Anwar was a political threat to the BN government.
Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria has issued a stern warning to the public that appropriate action will be taken against those who tarnish the image and dignity of the judiciary.Arifin said the judiciary was open to criticism but will not tolerate unfounded allegation in the social media readmore Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria who tarnish the image and dignity of the judiciary.

Anwar's imprisonment a aggravated pimping in Malaysian Judiaciary

Judges are meant to serve the people, criticising judges is not a crime In a democracy the people are supreme and all authorities, whether Prime Minister or  Ministers,judges, legislators, bureaucrats, police, army and so on are servants of the people. Since the people are the masters and judges their servants, the people have a right to criticise judges just as a master has the right to criticise his servant.

The public has been urged not to make unfounded criticisms on the judiciary through the social media as this will undermine the administration, Chief Justice Arifin Zakaria said today. is incorrect, totally unacceptable in a democracy, and violates the freedom of speech guaranteed by Article Constitution of Malaysia
Anwar's imprisonment a aggravated pimping in Malaysian Judiaciary 
 John Malott's comment 'a damning indictment on the sad state' of the court.  is what is meant by an objective, factual and logical analysis of the facts of the case.
Astrologers remain in high demand no matter how often they are proved wrong. That’s true of the media too.  Those who failed to analyse or predict voter behaviour before  were holding forth the next day on the implications for future elections. widely seen as strong leaders who will end the old corrupt politics and deliver good governance. as alpha males who act swiftly and decisively (and so are also called authoritarian and dictatorial are crowd pleasers and charismatic spinners of dreams. But the media has highlighted their many differences much more than their similarities.Many analysts have tried to fit their election analyses into their old ideological frameworks. Some claim the poor have triumphed, But the media has highlighted their many differences much more than their similarities.It is a damning indictment on the sad state of the highest court in the land whose reputation, professionalism, competence and integrity has been compromised, so as to make it a laughing stock of the judicial world.It clearly reflects the sad state of affairs of this minority government clinging to power by orchestrating the false conviction of the leading opposition figure of the country.Najib"Can you name one foreign government, one international human rights organisation, one international newspaper, one foreign think-tank, or one overseas academician who agrees with the decision - and who concurs with your assertion that the verdict was the just conclusion of an independan independent judiciary?"  Najib confided that it was God who had ordained 
 the ugly corruption of  Attorney-general (AG) Abdul Gani Patail office
"What was the motive for closing two eyes on Altantuya's murderers?", "How did the government use a gambling kingpin to assist in securing the security of our country?", and "Why was a senior minister asking the Malays to boycott only Chinese traders?"no action taken  former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mahathir is doing a pretty good job on his own in keeping the pressure on 1Mlaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).

To the five judges,a sadomasochistic “romantic chew on the above statement, and isn't it a slap on your faces? drawing gobsmacked audiences, but the transcripts of the DSAI Judgement, perhaps, make for far more interesting reading.saw his political career crash spectacularly when he was accused of sexually assaulting readmore Anwar's imprisonment the five judges and Shafee Haramjadah God’s chosen messenger for an independent judiciary?

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