Friday, February 13, 2015

Watch out Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, Anwar Ibrahim will tear apart your asshole don't cross his way

A paycheck for Shafee Abdullah  and the Supreme senior most judges  ? No exchequer can afford it!

It is rare for top notch functionaries, whether they be in the government or in the private sector, to lament on the quality of their work. But that is exactly what the  of the  Malaysian Supreme Court did. But mind you they are  celebrating with--Echoes of Laughter having a Party after the five-year jail sentence on Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim about pecuniary benefits that makes most ordinary people grouchy. The learned judge had a much more genuine reason for doing this

The Mahathir floodgates have opened

Former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad, ever the wily politician, was quick to issue a statement on the eve of the verdict's announcement that Malaysians should 'accept' the court's decision if Anwar was acquitted.

relationship has become part of an uproar gathering around Mr. Najib and threatening his already shaky hold on power. In Parliament, in political cartoons and in social media, Mr. Najib’s critics tend to argue that he is too close to Mr. Low.

Is this what our religions dictate? a Hindu converts  Muhammad Shafee Abdullah  “Hiding behind a skirt” is far better than “chasing after a skirt”

Much of the concern, even in Mr. Najib’s own long-ruling party, involves questions about the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund. More broadly, though, the Prime Minister’s trappings of wealth and the widely broadcast tales of his wife’s outsize spending — the diamond jewelry, the collection of extravagantly costly Hermès Birkin bags — have become a focus of Malaysians’ rising unease with their government’s institutionalized culture of patronage and graft.Increasingly, the glare turns to Mr. Najib’s stepson,

 Riza Aziz, and so to Mr. Aziz’s friendship with Mr. Low. With Mr. Low’s help, Mr. Aziz runs a Hollywood company that produced the films “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “Dumb and Dumber To.” He has spent tens of millions more on the homes in Manhattan and Beverly Hills, transactions that involved Mr. Low, The Times found.“That’s a lot of money,” Sivarasa Rasiah, an opposition lawmaker, said of Mr. Aziz’s spending. He added, “Every U.S. report on him talks about family wealth. Family who?”While Mr. Aziz has previously said he is personally wealthy, he declined to explain how he had acquired his money. Mr. Najib’s office, in a statement, said, “The Prime Minister does not track how much Mr. Aziz earns or how such earnings are reinvested.” As for the prime minister himself, the statement said he had “received inheritance.”
 Islam is a religion that stands tall for its message of mercy and compassion; a teaching and life’s pathway that returns to humanity the dignity and honour that rightly belongs to the Almighty Creator who made man and woman.
Then why is Shafee breaking all these tenets of decency, honour and dignity with all these exclusive interviews and rebuttals in the media?Why is he crucifying a man, a father, a husband, a grandfather mind you, and above all too a leader and icon of hope for 52% of the voting population by making such blatant and highly instigating public statements that appear to further disgrace the punished man?
Malaysia cannot afford to disregard world opinion about the conviction and subsequent imprisonment of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for sodomy, lawyers said today, noting that the country's reputation had taken a heavy beating following the verdict.
Hindu convert  Muhammad Shafee Abdullah resurrecting  the judiciary with his black cock   further insulting our Malaysian legal system and the Palace of Justice?
Or is he doing this to further erode the already battered reputation of the prime minister 
None of us are paragons of virtue or sentinels of morality. To quote the Bible: “Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone”.What do we make out of the Malaysian legal practice given the sledge-hammering outbursts of the Sodomy II lead prosecutor in mainstream newspaper New Straits Times? - Can you imagine, Shafee literally made mincemeat of the imprisoned and helpless leader who as former Bar Council chief Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan rightly said “could not defend himself”And as Ambiga, in her balanced wisdom, reiterated, “A public prosecutor does attack an accused person after the court delivered the verdict.” And yet, he did just that. Why?
Is this not contempt of court? Is the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar not going to tweet to take immediate and firm action against this instigating expose and attack by Shafee?
-The defence was also handicapped by the restrictive and limited nature of the disclosure permitted under the Criminal Procedure Code that effectively disentitled them from challenging the so-called DNA evidence amongst others. It is the prerogative of the defence whether they wish to proceed with their alibi notice. No adverse inference can be drawn if they fail to do so, as rightly said by the Federal Court. The defence in Anwar’s case argued that the alibi witnesses had been harassed and intimidated by the police, thereby rendering their evidence unsatisfactory. In most civilised countries, when an alibi notice is given the prosecution directs the police to investigate the alibi and not harass or intimidate the alibi witnesses so as to deprive the defence of due process. In Malaysia, the practice may be different.
The Wall Street Journal called the verdict a “pyrrhic victory” for Umno, but said although BN succeeded in stopping Anwar’s political career, it had damaged the country’s reputation "as well as the fabric of society, and perhaps sealed its own fate at the next election”.
It said Umno’s “decades-long vendetta” against Anwar “brought discredit on Malaysia’s government and political culture”, adding that the two sodomy charges against the opposition leader had come at crucial junctures of his career.Anwar has been convicted of sodomy twice, once in 1999 and again in 2008.
In the former, he was accused of sodomising his wife's driver, Azizan Abu Bakar, but was later acquitted and freed in a 2- 1 majority ruling by the Federal Court in 2004.
In 2008, Anwar was charged with sodomising his former aide, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, at an apartment in Damansara.
The High Court had in January 2012 acquitted Anwar, but this was overturned by the Court of Appeal in March last year.Mahathir, whom Anwar blamed for 'fabricating' the sodomy charges that led to his first incarceration from 1998 to 2004, was perhaps at his hypocritical best when he made that statement.
It was clearly aimed to distance himself from the fallout of an Anwar jailing in the Sodomy II case, which Prime Minister Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor have been accused of initiating.
A day after Anwar's conviction and amid massive outpouring of public rage towards Najib and the judiciary for the alleged blatant injustice of Sodomy II, Mahathir fired a direct shot at Najib, his rival in Umno.
With aplomb, the still agile 90-year-old said 'If I were PM now, I would resign'. Indeed, the stodgy and less savvy Najib, despite being nearly 30 years younger, has only himself to blame if he gets ousted from the PM's chair. Umno insiders are already betting that this will happen before the end of 2015.Both the verdicts of Sodomy 1 and Sodomy 2 are dangerous verdicts which have begun to worry right-thinking Malaysians and the international community and investors and tourists over the state of the judiciary in this country and the justice it dispenses.
Both the verdicts of Sodomy 1 and Sodomy 2 are dangerous verdicts which have begun to worry right-thinking Malaysians and the international community and investors and tourists over the state of the judiciary in this country and the justice it dispenses.
Anwar’s incarceration has drawn flak from many Malaysians and the international community and other individuals and organizations. If anything, the verdict of guilty seem to create more doubts and suspicions than ever and many people are not satisfied that justice has been done.
This is why bringing the matter up in a court free from the interference of the Malaysian government, if any, will cause a truly independent panel of judges to arrive at a more accurate and satisfactory decision rather than putting the poor Malaysian judges in a bind.
It is obvious that there is more than a grain of truth in the statement of claim by Anwar that this is a political conspiracy to cripple his political career as was his consistent claim in the Sodomy 1 case as well.

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