The War of the Roses (1455 - 1485) was ferocious and nearly wiped out English male nobility
We have what might become War of the Bunga Raya
I leave you to read a posting at OutSyed The Box by blogger Syed Akhbar Ali titled Serious Flaws About Anwar Ibrahim's Pardon - By Tun Abdul Hamid Mohamad, Former Chief Justice of Malaysia.
Syed believes the process of pardoning Anwar Ibrahim has been flawed.
In short, Syed asked: First of all Anwar Ibrahim said that he did not sign anything during the Pardons process. He said that his wife put in the application for his Pardons. Is this true?
To whom did the wife submit the application? To the Pardons Board? To the King?
Can one person apply for a pardons for a third party? Even if it is your wife or father?
If indeed the process had been flawed (not properly done), does this imply Anwar's royal pardon may even be rescinded and the poor man hauled back inside Bamboo Inn to serve his complete term?
Will this threat hang over his head like Damocles Sword?