Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Sirul to ‘tell all’ to hollywood publisher with highest offer with Option for Film Adaptation

Why did Judge Mohd Zaki dismissed  to call Najib and Balasubramaniam despite his written declaration, which implicated Najib  as a witness in the trial.
A statement by the confessed murderer of Altantuya Shaariibuu raises more questions
On November 9, 2006, at Kuala Lumpur’s Travers police station, Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, then a 35-year-old member of the country’s elite Special Action bodyguard unit under Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, sat down and confessed to the murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu.
The dead woman, a Mongolian translator who had been executed nearly three weeks before in gruesome fashion with two bullets to the head, is at the center of what would be one of Malaysia’s biggest political scandals ever, involving not only sex and murder but hundreds of millions of dollars in defense contracts. 
But the case, which has been underway in a Shah Alam courtroom since June of 2007, is notable for what neither the prosecution, the defense or the judge appeared to want to be bought into open court.
 
 After fleeing to Australia to escape the hangman's noose, former police commando Sirul Azhar Umar is now mulling answering the biggest riddle in the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder - why did he and Azilah Hadri shoot dead the Mongolian woman and blow up her remains with explosives?
Sure that Sirul  would reveal everything concerning the murder  Musa Safari,is the key man,yet Malaysian Court find that he is irrelevant.What a decision!Well wasn't that was done to break the link up direct to the supreme leader??
"Yes, I am seriously considering, the ex-police commando reveals that he acted under orders.," he told the press
The news portal reported that Sirul, who is being held at the Immigration and Border Protection Department facility in Sydney, was still negotiating terms.Former police commando Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, who was sentenced to death for the murder of Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu, is contemplating to reveal the reason that led to the gruesome murder nine years ago Sirul, a one-time bodyguard of  Najib's wife, Rosmah Mansor,The 43-year-old told Malaysiakini that he never knew Altantuya or even Abdul Razak Baginda – the political analyst and a known associate of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak – who was acquitted with abetting the Mongolian's murder.
On Feb. 3, a tearful Sirul asked the court not to sentence him to death for Altantuya’s murder, saying he was like “a black sheep that has to be sacrificed” to protect unnamed people who have never been brought to court or faced questioning.
“I have no reason to cause hurt, what’s more to take the life of the victim in such a cruel manner,” Sirul said. “I appeal to the court, which has the powers to determine if I live or die, not to sentence me so as to fulfil others’ plans for me.”
Sirul and Azilah are now awaiting sentencing despite the fact that the trial was concluded in February.
Sirul’s confession is an extraordinary and chilling document. In the session, tape-recorded and conducted in Bahasa Malaysia, or Malay language, Sirul was told he was not obliged to answer questions but that whether in answer to questions or not, his remarks would be recorded as a statement.
But although the volunary confession indicates that Sirul had been cautioned, it has been ruled inadmissible in the long-running trial of Sirul and his boss, Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, and Abdul Razak Baginda, the admitted lover who jilted Altantuya after a torrid affair. Razak was later declared not guilty and freed without having to put on a defense. He has since left the country for England.

So it is Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria who tarnish the image and dignity of the judiciary.


Muhammad Shafee Abdullah  was Hindu for 2/3 of his life, then turn muslim for the obvious reason all can see, as common to all the likes,
Waiting for Shafee to make Anwar faint under cross examination. Did Anwar faint? Did Shafee pose any intelligent and hard question to Anwar? This fellow is arrogantly stupid
Former attorney-general Abu Talib Othman said in his time or before that, lawyers appointed in the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) as prosecutors never “advertised” themselves to the media.The rather brutal assault of the convicted Anwar goes beyond a self-congratulatory proclamation by Shafee of his forensic brilliance ‘if Anwar took the stand’ - predicated on an entirely hypothetical situation. (The Rules also forbid lawyers from referring to facts that they are unable to prove.)
It could be perceived (rightly or wrongly) as manifesting an implacable hostility to an accused. It leaves the public guessing as to how much of this could have influenced the conduct of the case - wittingly or otherwise.
Already leading members of the Bar, including several past presidents, have deprecated such conduct.
Given the interest that this case has generated world-wide, would it not have been more prudent for this prosecutor to refrain from making comments which could needlessly erode the standing of the country and its judicial apparatus
What the state did was legal but morally reprehensible.So desperate that Umno lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah 's spinning the word “conspiracy”. spinning and justifying, for the judges who have already decided using .
‘The sole purpose of nailing Anwar is because he was a political threat.’So it's now as clear as daylight that the case against Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim is indeed a political persecution. the existence of such a conspiracy or collusion, albeit legal, to only get Anwar convicted but not Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.Saiful was equally guilty of the same consensual act, he was not prosecuted but instead turned state witness for the sole purpose of nailing Anwar because Anwar was a political threat to the BN government.
Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria has issued a stern warning to the public that appropriate action will be taken against those who tarnish the image and dignity of the judiciary.Arifin said the judiciary was open to criticism but will not tolerate unfounded allegation in the social media readmore Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria who tarnish the image and dignity of the judiciary.


Anwar's imprisonment a aggravated pimping in Malaysian Judiaciary

Judges are meant to serve the people, criticising judges is not a crime In a democracy the people are supreme and all authorities, whether Prime Minister or  Ministers,judges, legislators, bureaucrats, police, army and so on are servants of the people. Since the people are the masters and judges their servants, the people have a right to criticise judges just as a master has the right to criticise his servant.

The public has been urged not to make unfounded criticisms on the judiciary through the social media as this will undermine the administration, Chief Justice Arifin Zakaria said today. is incorrect, totally unacceptable in a democracy, and violates the freedom of speech guaranteed by Article Constitution of Malaysia
Anwar's imprisonment a aggravated pimping in Malaysian Judiaciary 
 John Malott's comment 'a damning indictment on the sad state' of the court.  is what is meant by an objective, factual and logical analysis of the facts of the case.
Astrologers remain in high demand no matter how often they are proved wrong. That’s true of the media too.  Those who failed to analyse or predict voter behaviour before  were holding forth the next day on the implications for future elections. widely seen as strong leaders who will end the old corrupt politics and deliver good governance. as alpha males who act swiftly and decisively (and so are also called authoritarian and dictatorial are crowd pleasers and charismatic spinners of dreams. But the media has highlighted their many differences much more than their similarities.Many analysts have tried to fit their election analyses into their old ideological frameworks. Some claim the poor have triumphed, But the media has highlighted their many differences much more than their similarities.It is a damning indictment on the sad state of the highest court in the land whose reputation, professionalism, competence and integrity has been compromised, so as to make it a laughing stock of the judicial world.It clearly reflects the sad state of affairs of this minority government clinging to power by orchestrating the false conviction of the leading opposition figure of the country.Najib"Can you name one foreign government, one international human rights organisation, one international newspaper, one foreign think-tank, or one overseas academician who agrees with the decision - and who concurs with your assertion that the verdict was the just conclusion of an independan independent judiciary?"  Najib confided that it was God who had ordained 
 the ugly corruption of  Attorney-general (AG) Abdul Gani Patail office
"What was the motive for closing two eyes on Altantuya's murderers?", "How did the government use a gambling kingpin to assist in securing the security of our country?", and "Why was a senior minister asking the Malays to boycott only Chinese traders?"no action taken  former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mahathir is doing a pretty good job on his own in keeping the pressure on 1Mlaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).



To the five judges,a sadomasochistic “romantic chew on the above statement, and isn't it a slap on your faces? drawing gobsmacked audiences, but the transcripts of the DSAI Judgement, perhaps, make for far more interesting reading.saw his political career crash spectacularly when he was accused of sexually assaulting readmore Anwar's imprisonment the five judges and Shafee Haramjadah God’s chosen messenger for an independent judiciary?

Monday, February 16, 2015

Anwar's imprisonment a aggravated pimping in Malaysian Judiaciary


Judges are meant to serve the people, criticising judges is not a crime In a democracy the people are supreme and all authorities, whether Prime Minister or  Ministers,judges, legislators, bureaucrats, police, army and so on are servants of the people. Since the people are the masters and judges their servants, the people have a right to criticise judges just as a master has the right to criticise his servant.

The public has been urged not to make unfounded criticisms on the judiciary through the social media as this will undermine the administration, Chief Justice Arifin Zakaria said today. is incorrect, totally unacceptable in a democracy, and violates the freedom of speech guaranteed by Article Constitution of Malaysia
Anwar's imprisonment a aggravated pimping in Malaysian Judiaciary 
 John Malott's comment 'a damning indictment on the sad state' of the court.  is what is meant by an objective, factual and logical analysis of the facts of the case.
Astrologers remain in high demand no matter how often they are proved wrong. That’s true of the media too.  Those who failed to analyse or predict voter behaviour before  were holding forth the next day on the implications for future elections. widely seen as strong leaders who will end the old corrupt politics and deliver good governance. as alpha males who act swiftly and decisively (and so are also called authoritarian and dictatorial are crowd pleasers and charismatic spinners of dreams. But the media has highlighted their many differences much more than their similarities.Many analysts have tried to fit their election analyses into their old ideological frameworks. Some claim the poor have triumphed, But the media has highlighted their many differences much more than their similarities.It is a damning indictment on the sad state of the highest court in the land whose reputation, professionalism, competence and integrity has been compromised, so as to make it a laughing stock of the judicial world.It clearly reflects the sad state of affairs of this minority government clinging to power by orchestrating the false conviction of the leading opposition figure of the country.Najib"Can you name one foreign government, one international human rights organisation, one international newspaper, one foreign think-tank, or one overseas academician who agrees with the decision - and who concurs with your assertion that the verdict was the just conclusion of an independan independent judiciary?"  Najib confided that it was God who had ordained 
 the ugly corruption of  Attorney-general (AG) Abdul Gani Patail office
"What was the motive for closing two eyes on Altantuya's murderers?", "How did the government use a gambling kingpin to assist in securing the security of our country?", and "Why was a senior minister asking the Malays to boycott only Chinese traders?"no action taken  former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mahathir is doing a pretty good job on his own in keeping the pressure on 1Mlaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).



To the five judges,a sadomasochistic “romantic chew on the above statement, and isn't it a slap on your faces? drawing gobsmacked audiences, but the transcripts of the DSAI Judgement, perhaps, make for far more interesting reading.saw his political career crash spectacularly when he was accused of sexually assaulting readmore Anwar's imprisonment the five judges and Shafee Haramjadah God’s chosen messenger for an independent judiciary?

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Mahathir is riled Can Najib absorb stumble, and regain his stride?


najib-pening
Razak Boys and Tun Rahah
What 1MDB has not done is make enough money to cover its huge debt, although determining anything is difficult because no up-to-date accounts have been filed.Today, Pua said, the entire operation appears to be built on debt, although with audited financial reports delayed it is impossible to say for sure. Its managers are seeking to cover the losses through additional borrowings and money raisings, including a US$4.75 billion one engineered by Goldman Sachs, the international investment bank, that cost 1MDB 10 percent of the offering, a phenomenal amount for “commissions, fees and expenses” according to the prospectus. By comparison, Tenaga Nasional, the state-owned energy utility, paid a 2 percent fee on a US$300 million money raising. SMBC Aviation Capital, which leases jets to Malaysian Airlines, paid 0.5 percent on a US$1 billion capital raising. The fees paid to Goldman worked out at US$1.54 billion, Pua said.

Low, who has accompanied Rosmah on forays to New York to meet celebrities including Lionel Ritchie and Paris Hilton, landing in the pages of the New York Post, involved 1MDB in backing his failed 2011 bid to buy three prestigious London hotels – Claridge’s, the Connaught and The Berkeley, according to documents filed in the Chancery Division of the UK’s Royal Courts of Justice.“I was the finance head for oil companies  before I entered politics,” Rafizi Ramli, strategic director and secretary-general of the opposition Parti Keadilan Rakyat, told Asia Sentinel. “Nobody I knew had ever come across PetroSaudi before. We tried to check what it was. It was incorporated in the British Virgin Islands. While it is normal for financial investors to enter into ventures, how could a government commit such a huge sum of money with a greenhorn company with no known track record, incorporated in a haven for dodgy money, in an industry where capital risk is so huge?”
Malaysia's PM Razak and wife Rosmah Mansor arrive at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center before the opening ceremony of the ASEAN Summit in Nusa Dua, Bali
Najib's party  UMNO will now face the fallout of sharper polarisation over Anwar's jailing, amid widespread perceptions that his prosecution was motivated by political vengeance.There's something rotten about the whole thing,The government denied interference in Anwar's case. “Democracy,” wrote that unreconstructed imperialist Winston Churchill, “is the worst form of government except for all those other forms which have been tried from time to time.” Many ministers in government seem to have little work. Most files are apparently vetted by the PMO.The party is now run by Rosmah like most rivals, the UMNO has dumped organisation for one woman 
There is a growing, acrimonious rift in the Razak family, much of it over the deeply indebted government-backed investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd, and Najib’s siblings’ relationship with the Prime Minister’s wife, Rosmah Mansor, partly because of her ostentatious flaunting of enormous wealth.  Rosmah, in addition to concerns about her behavior, is believed to have convinced her husband to initiate the 1MDB fund, which is backed by the Ministry of Finance.
One of the questions circulating in Malaysia’s business community is whether the family feud might result in problems for CIMB, the fast-growing Malaysia-headquartered bank that Nazir heads and which has become one of Southeast Asia’s leading financial institutions. Observers say CIMB owes at least some of its rapid growth to its connections to the family and hence to UMNO. “Its political connections are probably no longer a slam dunk asset for Nazir,” a business source with connections to the government told Asia Sentinel.
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najib-pening
Razak Boys and Tun Rahah
What 1MDB has not done is make enough money to cover its huge debt, although determining anything is difficult because no up-to-date accounts have been filed.Today, Pua said, the entire operation appears to be built on debt, although with audited financial reports delayed it is impossible to say for sure. Its managers are seeking to cover the losses through additional borrowings and money raisings, including a US$4.75 billion one engineered by Goldman Sachs, the international investment bank, that cost 1MDB 10 percent of the offering, a phenomenal amount for “commissions, fees and expenses” according to the prospectus. By comparison, Tenaga Nasional, the state-owned energy utility, paid a 2 percent fee on a US$300 million money raising. SMBC Aviation Capital, which leases jets to Malaysian Airlines, paid 0.5 percent on a US$1 billion capital raising. The fees paid to Goldman worked out at US$1.54 billion, Pua said.

Low, who has accompanied Rosmah on forays to New York to meet celebrities including Lionel Ritchie and Paris Hilton, landing in the pages of the New York Post, involved 1MDB in backing his failed 2011 bid to buy three prestigious London hotels – Claridge’s, the Connaught and The Berkeley, according to documents filed in the Chancery Division of the UK’s Royal Courts of Justice.“I was the finance head for oil companies  before I entered politics,” Rafizi Ramli, strategic director and secretary-general of the opposition Parti Keadilan Rakyat, told Asia Sentinel. “Nobody I knew had ever come across PetroSaudi before. We tried to check what it was. It was incorporated in the British Virgin Islands. While it is normal for financial investors to enter into ventures, how could a government commit such a huge sum of money with a greenhorn company with no known track record, incorporated in a haven for dodgy money, in an industry where capital risk is so huge?”
Malaysia's PM Razak and wife Rosmah Mansor arrive at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center before the opening ceremony of the ASEAN Summit in Nusa Dua, Bali
Najib's party  UMNO will now face the fallout of sharper polarisation over Anwar's jailing, amid widespread perceptions that his prosecution was motivated by political vengeance.There's something rotten about the whole thing,The government denied interference in Anwar's case. “Democracy,” wrote that unreconstructed imperialist Winston Churchill, “is the worst form of government except for all those other forms which have been tried from time to time.” Many ministers in government seem to have little work. Most files are apparently vetted by the PMO.The party is now run by Rosmah like most rivals, the UMNO has dumped organisation for one woman 
There is a growing, acrimonious rift in the Razak family, much of it over the deeply indebted government-backed investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd, and Najib’s siblings’ relationship with the Prime Minister’s wife, Rosmah Mansor, partly because of her ostentatious flaunting of enormous wealth.  Rosmah, in addition to concerns about her behavior, is believed to have convinced her husband to initiate the 1MDB fund, which is backed by the Ministry of Finance.
One of the questions circulating in Malaysia’s business community is whether the family feud might result in problems for CIMB, the fast-growing Malaysia-headquartered bank that Nazir heads and which has become one of Southeast Asia’s leading financial institutions. Observers say CIMB owes at least some of its rapid growth to its connections to the family and hence to UMNO. “Its political connections are probably no longer a slam dunk asset for Nazir,” a business source with connections to the government told Asia Sentinel.readmore Mahathir is riled Can Najib absorb stumble, and regain his stride?

Judge Arifin the reincarnatrion Judge Augustine Paul

The beheading of Najib's leverage' against Dr M,Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim on Final Judgment written by a Hindu convert to Islam


The Politics of Make Belief

Nurul Izzah says PM Najib offered her dad the post, if he walked away from Pakatan.so he was sent jail call upon Attorney-General Tan Sri Gani Patail to state if it is the new practice of his chambers to attack and criticize accused persons particularly after they have been convicted and are in prison serving sentence.

Does he prosecute, get them convicted, put handcuffs on them, send them to prison and then go on a public rampage against them without giving them any opportunity to defend themselves?
This is a very serious matter as the Attorney-General would to my mind, in those circumstances, be going way beyond what is required of him both in law and ethically as public prosecutor.
The Federal Constitution gives the Attorney-General powers to prosecute. It stops there.
I must as Member of Parliament condemn any conduct on part of the Attorney-General which is oppressive and amounts to an abuse of process and power. No one should ever take any pride in attacking another who cannot defend himself.


A brilliant AG we have here.
‘He does not have discretion to charge an offender under the wrong law.’Section 377C more serious than 377B, says AGAttorney-general (AG) Abdul Gani Patail’s deliberate misinterpretation of Section 377B in order to cover up his dereliction of duty to also charge Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan with sodomy must be condemned.Let me quote Section 377B of the Penal Code: “Whoever voluntarily commits carnal intercourse against the order of nature shall be punished...”. Is it not crystal clear that this section is designed to punish specifically those who have committed the act voluntarily?Since Saiful was adamant that he was sodomised without his consent, which essentially means that he was raped, why wasn’t Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim charged under Section 377C which was meant for such cases?Government Pre-Trial Maneuvers Show Political Motivations This trial is a bald-faced attempt to permanently remove an opposition leader from Malaysian politics. The government is trying to manipulate the justice system for political purposes. charge appears politically motivated and lacks credibility.The government has failed to disclose key evidence to the defense, hastily sought to pass a DNA statute that aids the prosecution, and put Anwar at a disadvantage by unnecessarily moving the trial to the high court. In addition, the government allowed the attorney general, who is under investigation for misconduct in Anwar’s previous trial, to be involved in the current case.

“This trial is a bald-faced attempt to permanently remove an opposition leader from Malaysian politics,” said Elaine Pearson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “The government is trying to manipulate the justice system for political purposes.”readmore The beheading of Najib's leverage' against Dr M,Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim on Final Judgment written by a Hindu convert to Islam

Saturday, February 14, 2015

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


Vazeer, a former practising lawyer before being made a judge, said he agreed that deliberate abuse of power by those holding a public office was misfeasance in public office.


Intolerant behaviour by Shafee Abdullah  and (AG) Abdul Gani Patail’can do immense damage to our reputation as a mature, liberal democracy and 

 Pardon the crassness, folks, but some things need to be said. I am 58 and I find it increasingly difficult to have sex with my wife of 30 years.Anwar, who is 10 years older, can have anal sex, forcibly, with Saiful? I find it laughable and physically impossible and I don't suffer from a bad back.

Judiciary must ensure that allegations like this are probed quickly

A cursory look at the timeline of the allegations and cases 
Attorney-general (AG) Abdul Gani Patail does not have discretion to charge an offender under the wrong law.’ Just like in the Altuntaya Shaariibuu case, 'motive' was not important to convict here. The consenting partner was not charged. Saiful carried KY Jelly with him. It takes two hands to clap and so in this case both should be charged. Herein lies the public perception of unfairness to Anwar AG, we fully understand what you are saying. You cannot prove 377C so you take the easy way and slap Anwar with 377B. To me, this action speaks volumes and confirms to all that this is political persecution.Suppose I have been having carnal intercourse with my husband all these years, and then one day I have an acrimonious fallout with him and very much want him in jail. I report to the police or to Najib in Shafee Abdullah presence .

Najib's political career was built on the blood of innocents Perform Or Perish says Dr Mahathir


Something is rotten in Malaysia, says Dr Mahathir  monogrammed smile, which actually projected the image of a third-rate clown trying to humour the US president,Diatribes and empty promises do not work, nor does a lot of hot air.  If Najib can create a culture that nurtures talent within its ranks and weeds out incompetent leaders, it will be a cut ahead of political competition.







 Shouts of 'Reformasi' and 'Allahuakbar' ring out as  The judges chose to leave the bench when Anwar raised the issue of political conspiracy, and criticised them for "bowing to their political masters" Anwar hugs his supporters."You could have carved your names. But in bowing to the dictates of your political masters, you have become partners in the murder of the judiciary. You chose to remain on the dark side," he adds, prompting Justice Arifin to tell him to stop.When Anwar refused, the judges left.
Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad hit out at Datuk Seri Najib Razak's administration today in his blog, criticising the way the government does business. – The Malaysian Insider graphic, February 10, 2015.

"Let us turn this sorrow to a strength for us to continue our fight for freedom, justice, democracy and truth. We must make Anwar's incarceration worthwhile.Najhib's speeches were no more than rants. A garrulous Najib appeared to have spent all his ammunition

That statement minutes after the verdict before sentencing. also was a give-away of the Najib’s real image; the refined picture of himself that he bandied about was just a fa├žade crafted to conceal the face of a man whose political career was built on the blood of innocents.spent crores in huge newspaper advertisements, making all sorts of fantastic and fictitious claims of having provided people with this or that benefit, this or that facility, this or that freebie. Perhaps Najib wave was a media creation? Malaysians, are aspirational. But their aspirations are different from the rest of the country in that they want the soaring prices of essential commodities checked, the runaway electricity and water bills curbed and above all they want corruption-free governance. in the country, are aspirational. But their aspirations are different from the rest of the country in that they want the soaring prices of essential commodities checked, the runaway electricity and water bills curbed and above all they want corruption-free governance.There is something "rotten" in Malaysia, and those who dare to voice out their concerns are being demonised by the government for it, former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today."Critics are being demonised by the mainstream media, by certain individuals and politicians who had lost. Critics risk their property being seized and auctioned, they may be bankrupted," wrote Dr Mahathir on his blog, chedet.cc 

For everything that may be said of  Malay politics, the opposite is also true. On the one hand, there is an increasing tendency for parties to be identified with particular leaders. This may be seen as a movement from a parliamentary democratic norm towards a more presidential type of polity — where the notion of the Great Leader as vote-catcher, as a somewhat godly and infallible political totem is one that every political party has latched on to — except that inner party democracy is far more vibrant and strongly institutionalised in presidential democracies in the West.readsmoreNajib's political career was built on the blood of innocents Perform Or Perish says Dr Mahathir