This week, His Supreme Eminenceness regales readers about the presumption of innocence, and how you too can be a Jedi.
It has been a year since Aminul Rasyid Amzah was killed by the police. Until today, there is no official apology from the police and the case is still in court.
There’s a difference between how West Malaysians and Sarawakians perceive politics and its rhetoric. Kelvin Egay explains why.
Do not forget. Coroner is to rule in a few hours. This is a summary of the Teoh Beng Hock Inquest.
Tahun yang lalu 5 orang peguam ditahan kerana “berkumpul secara haram” setelah dinafikan peluang untuk berjumpa dengan anak guam. Minggu lalu Suruhanjaya Sekuriti cuba menjadikan peguam saksi bertukar menjadi saksi. Hari ini peguam, Fadiah Nadwa Fikri dijadikan saksi oleh MACC.
Who is bending over – Anwar or the criminal justice system?
You are at the mercy of the system. Do you not want to make sure it is does not oppress you?
It’s really tough being a Judge. Really, I think it’s a thankless job. A Judge can never do any right. I think it was in 1996 that a soon-to-be-really-famous High Court Judge politely asked me and my opponent whether we would mind to remain in his chambers for some small talk after we had finished […]
We should love our Police more – then maybe, just maybe, your life would be safer.
On 22nd October 2009, many were absorbed in reading the news about MCA’s attempt to resolve its internal fights. At the same time, 2 major items of news were overshadowed by that MCA story. First, the decision of our 1Public Prosecutor, the Attorney General, to close VK Lingam’s case despite the proposal of the Royal […]
A raised eyebrow about a remark purportedly made by the Judge of the trial of Mirza Mohammad Taiyab and two suggestions to the Attorney General’s Chambers to help improve their fight against corruption, assuming it really intends to do something about it and demanding for an economic indicator to provide for a rough valuation of the Attorney General’s incompetence.
Fahri Azzat denounces the Cabinet’s decision to hold a Royal Commission and chides Ragunath Kesavan, Bar Council president and Datuk Baljit Singh Sidhu for supporting that decision.
I read with disbelief – and not to mention, a certain degree of disgust – your article titled “Kematian Teoh timbulkan pelbagai spekulasi politik” appearing in your newspaper yesterday.
Fahri Azzat comments on the call for a Royal Commission to investigate into Teoh Beng Hock’s death.
I am outraged!!! I was having a meeting at Bangsar when I received a text message at about 5pm yesterday about the death of Teoh Beng Hock. He was found dead, apparently “on the roof of an adjoining building next to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s building.”