Monday, May 21, 2018

Fair trial for Najib?

MM Online - Fair, independent investigation for Najib, says Anwar (extracts):


JAKARTA, May 20 — Pakatan Harapan (PH) de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim says investigations on Datuk Seri Najib Razak over the SRC International Sdn Bhd case will be conducted in a fair and independent manner.

He called on all parties not to pass judgement on the former prime minister before a thorough investigation and enforcement of the law were fully complied with.


“To him (Najib), (this is) my advice, find a good defence counsel,” he said after a meeting with former Indonesian president, Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie, in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of Indonesia’s reform here today.

Very ominous.

I doubt fairness can exist when there prevails a need for 'ch'oot k'ee' by quite a number of 'parties'.

'Ch'oot k'ee' is a Penang Hokkien word which means 'to vent one's fury', wakakaka.


Najib is in deep shit because of this toxic atmospheric emotion. I personally doubt there will be fairness in his trial as unwitting consequence of such emotions against him will predominate. For example, Anwar was reported bas saying:

Najib Razak abused the country’s legal system to imprison him a second time for sodomy.

Speaking to The Observer, the sister paper to UK’s The Guardian, Anwar also said he would not have been jailed if the 13th general election was free and fair as it would have been won by the now defunct Pakatan Rakyat.

The PKR de facto leader told the newspaper that he had, for a time, been frustrated by Malaysia’s institutions, before coming to terms with its frailties and abusers.

That's a heap lot of resentment. And then the Edge Market reported:

Mahathir ruled Malaysia with a notoriously iron first from 1981 to 2003, but now gives off the air of a world-weary academic who is allowing himself to be martyred for his cause.

This election is personal. I feel betrayed by him, I can’t help it. Najib cannot separate personal things from political workings,” he says, describing in a tone of great injury how Najib has banned anyone in government from being in contact with him, even those Mahathir has known for years.

Piles and piles of resentment.

He'll be most lucky to be given a couple of years' jail and send off into exile.

But I am waiting for the MACC's pronouncement tomorrow following Kadir Jasin's 'predictions'.



42 comments:

  1. Yes....the one catered for herman goering....

    I am waiting for the najib biting the cyanide capsule and die instantly

    Kaytee (adolf erichmann malaysian version)....we are coming after u.

    Ask malcolm turnbull to grant u asylum

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  2. The 1MDB scandal, while serious, is perhaps a lesser worry for Najib personally.

    The reopening of the Altantuya murder case could be literally deadly for Najib.

    But the country has a fair and independent justice system...... Najib said so himself, that the Executive does not interfere in the judicial system.

    He said Anwar Ibrahim had received a fair trial, and Ktemoc the Najib supporter repeated many times.

    You should shut the fuck up if you really believe Malaysia's justice system is fair and independent , right ? If not, what has changed your mind ?

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  3. Indonesia's Reformasi started on May 20 , 1998, when Suharto quit.

    Malaysia's Reformasi has taken hol 20 years late, mainly because Malaysia's socio-economic base is better.

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  4. https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=Q7RPCFfudmU

    When you're down and troubled and you need a helping hand
    And nothing, whoa, nothing is going right
    Close your eyes and think of me and soon I will be there
    To brighten up even your darkest nights

    You just call out my name
    And you know where ever I am
    I'll come running to see you again
    Winter, spring, summer, or fall
    All you have to do is call
    And I'll be there, yeah, yeah
    You've got a friend

    If the sky above you should turn dark and full of clouds
    And that old north wind should begin to blow
    Keep your head together and call my name out loud
    Soon I will be knocking upon your door

    Hey, isn't it good to know that you've got a friend?
    People can be so cold
    They'll hurt you and desert you
    Well, they'll take your soul if you let them
    Oh yeah, but don't you let them

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  5. "Najib is in deep shit because of this toxic atmospheric emotion." - Ktemoc.

    Nah...Najib is in Deep Shit because
    a) He appears to have committed serious financial crimes against the country, partly to enrich his own pocket.

    b) He appears to have committed even more serious crimes in Obstructing investigations into those crimes.

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    1. Whoah! Toxic atmosphoric emotion.....whoah hai! Summary execution....where is the guillotine? Time to chop some heads

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  6. Najib already got his “fair” trial when his appointed AG Appandi exonerated him of all wrongdoing, giving the simplistic reasoning that Najib thought the 42 million SRC money was from the Arab donor therefore he could spend it on all kinds of luxuries. Of course this was not true but even then he made no effort to return it. And yesterday he had the gall to say with a straight face that he never stole any money!! In China or Viet Nam he would face a one-hour trial then go straight to the firing squad. In Malaysia he can hire a battalion of lawyers or QC. Good luck to him.

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    1. You do realise that your idolised Western democracies have always been critical on China's & Vietnam's drive thru court cases, right?

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    2. You sunnis dun like muhamhmadiyah....wonder why hor

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    3. Dunno. I'm neither Sunni nor Muhamhmadiyah(sp?) so can't say why. Go ask them instead.

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    4. Sure, unless your not sure that Sunnis and Muhamhmadiyah(sp?) don't actually hate each other.

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    5. How conw muhamhmadiyah not welcome in malaysia

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    6. Dunno. Is it written anywhere they're not welcomed?

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  7. In Mahathir's Reign of Terror, the guilty verdict has already been pronounced.

    Which judge would incur the ire and fury of the top leadership and the zombiac rakyat IF the case was even paper thin to go on? Certainly a drawn out hearing would be detrimental to the honourable judge's life, so might as well get the judgement thru quickly. In the court on morning and at the guillotine by noon. Be damned with facts and fairness because they're hankering for their pound of flesh.

    Its this kinda nonsense that Syariah proves to be more logical fair.

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    1. Ya ya....madhater would have done much worse. He would have killed your mother who give birth to your pathetic existence

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    2. Wah...orang PAS pandai membaling fitnah ya....

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    3. I don't think Ahjibkor wants a shariah court cos he does not have more than 2 hands to be chopped off and definitely too many willing witnesses to his crimes.

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    4. Easily 3 dozen Muslim men ready to testify Ah Jib Gor's guilt.

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    5. Wait and see, and at the end I'll say: "I told you so"

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    6. Yayaya.....and i told you john that if you never read quran, no virgins for u

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    7. Again, the Quran never promised me your 72 virgin choir boys. So why bother?

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    8. Alamak.john no virgin....then better john go neraka

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    9. Hohohoho! Don't mind the neraka as long got 72 prostitutes.

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    10. Go now to neraka. You will enjoy it

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    11. Definitely will enjoy more my 72 prostitutes than your 72 virgin choir boys. Hohohoho!

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    12. You sure dick is not impotent. You better double chexk

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    13. Well, at least I have one to check on.

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  8. After Altantuya, the Kevin Morais murder perhaps to be reinvestigated.

    https://www.malaymail.com/s/1633226/rewcastle-brown-murdered-dpp-kevin-morais-was-my-informant

    After that, Ambank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi's murder

    https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/399666

    It never made sense why ex-car repossessor Swee Kwan would want to kill him. Yet he has been sentenced to death and no one else arrested on the murder.

    Another Bloody suspicious case.

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    1. how could Kevin Marais back Clare Rewcastle's words? just like how could Altantuyaa back Bala's words?

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    2. Kaytee.....who kill kevin morais? Like tbh?

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  9. https://m.malaysiakini.com/news/426024

    Najib must come to MACC tomorrow for questioning.

    Pity Poor Ah Jib Gor.... his original interview by MACC in 2015 was more of a Teh Tarik session in his office, where MACC officers politely accepted his SRC denials at face value, and that was that.

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    1. Najib is pleased to know he has given you the pleasures that you are feeling now.

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    2. Let's not forget the **other** corruption case. Feller becoming Minister and case reviewed.

      On our way to China-style politics. Corruption investigation as political weapon. Dropped when you are on the winning side.

      Syabas Malaysia. No need to balik Cina. Bawak Cina mari sini.

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    3. Lim Guan Eng has all the time maintained his innocents, and that the prosecution was politically motivated.

      His house is just an old bungalow lah..

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    4. Aiya...what did you expect him to say? Yes it's all true, I am corrupt! Grow up a bit laa...

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    5. Yes...you are corrupt. Now, go kaput immediately

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  10. Gani Patail, the AG you fired is now 1MDB investigator. You reap what you sow. That is fair is it not?

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  11. Ahjibkor balls shrank by half when he knows Ghani Patail will be investigating the 1MDB saga.

    Sure die one.

    TDM sure knows how to make pigs squeal, slow torture, give mental block out of men.

    Hail Ceasar! Let's hope he does not morphed into Carigula.

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    1. Nah! Got kaytee around. Everything can kaotim one

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  12. Just wondering why the news from jakarta. After three years in jail, upon release straight away went to see B J Habibie in Indonesia. Not even bother to attend swearing in of his wife and all PH ministers. Whats up aa

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    1. Anwar was there at Istana Negara for the swearing in ceremony.
      Go check out Mkini/ Star/ Malay Mail , whatever....

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