|Anwar Ibrahim, high profile victim of the |
so-called Kuala Lumpur justice system
after he dared challenge Mahathir who accused
him of sodomy in Kuala Lumpur's
pathetic burlesque justice show
Fair trial for Suluks in Kuala Lumpur? Pigs might fly!
Kuala Lumpur officials have no business putting Suluks on trial under Kuala Lumpur justice system.
Moreover, Kuala Lumpur has no business labelling them 'terrorists' because they are not. We must all remember that the Royal Sulu Army and their supporters went to Sabah which, by Philippine law, is Philippine territory.
Under Republic Act 5446, the Philippines has title and dominion over Sabah. The Philippine Government and its leaders must not allow Kuala Lumpur to further inflict and heap abuse on Suluks and Filipino Tausugs.
The Philippine Government and Filipinos worldwide must vigorously protest Kuala Lumpur's planned farce against Suluks in Sabah that they call justice system. Do not trust Malaysians! Their justice system is highly flawed and is meant more to amuse the Malaysian gallery than to deliver justice.
Our Suluks have absolutely no chance of getting a fair trial in the hands of the illegal occupants of Sabah as we shout loud and clear to the world that Kuala Lumpur has no business putting them on trial!
~~ By Defenders of the Philippine Sabah and Spratly Claims
27 March 2013
REPORT: March, 26, 2013 - 9:09 pm
Court will try intrusion case fairly says Malaysia's Attorney General Gani from Kuala Lumpur
KUALA LUMPUR: Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail is confident Malaysia’s courts will try the Sulu terrorists involved in the intrusion into Lahad Datu, Sabah in a fair and efficient manner.
He said the case would not take too much time to complete.
“Ever since Tun Zaki (former Chief Justice Tun Zaki Azmi) started the programme in court, I think they have been very efficient.
“Mention date has been set on April 12, and then we will fix for trial, insya-Allah, I think within months we will have the trial.
“But, we must also take into account the security circumstances, as the matter is not something straight-forward,” he told reporters after witnessing the signing of a renewal of agreement between the Malaysian Government and the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organisation (AALCO) here Tuesday.
Abdul Gani said the case investigation officer would meet him Wednesday, to give a briefing on the terrorists who were still under detention.
For more, read Borneo Insider report here.
In picture: Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (R), his wife Wan Azizah Wan Ismail (C) and his daughter Nurul Nuha Anwar, leave the courtroom in Putrajaya on February 17, 2010. © 2010 Reuters