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The Rising Tide of the Malaysian Taliban

The Rising Tide of the Malaysian Taliban

How long will we remain silent as the Malaysian Taliban continues their insidious advance?

‘Datuk T’ Sex Video: T For Travesty & Tragedy

‘Datuk T’ Sex Video: T For Travesty & Tragedy

Teeing off on the ‘scripted’ convictions of the ‘Datuk T’ sex trio.

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Video Seks ‘Datuk T’: Penyiasatan Bercelaru Polis

Video Seks ‘Datuk T’: Penyiasatan Bercelaru Polis

Menyoal mengapa pihak polis dan pihak pendakwaraya tidak mengambil sebarang tindakan terhadap tayangan klip video seks oleh ‘Datuk T’ memandangkan penyiasatan mereka sebenarnya sudah lengkap.

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Remember TBH: A Recap Of The Teoh Beng Hock Inquest

Remember TBH: A Recap Of The Teoh Beng Hock Inquest

Do not forget. Coroner is to rule in a few hours. This is a summary of the Teoh Beng Hock Inquest.

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Prosecution or Persecution?: AG’s Chambers must buck up!

Prosecution or Persecution?: AG’s Chambers must buck up!

A critique on the quality of prosecution and certain lackadaisical DPPs, and the irreversible consequences this malfeasance imparts onto another person’s life and the criminal justice system.

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The New York Times: Malaysian Custody Dispute Lost Between Courts

The NY Times has again quoted LoyarBurokker K.Shanmuga in its coverage of the Indira Gandhi custody case where recently a civil court overruled the decision of a syariah court. This latest article reports on her ex-husband’s failed attempt in getting a stay order on that ruling and her plans to contest her children’s conversion.

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LoyarBurok 1 – 0 Attorney General’s Chambers of Malaysia

Mr. Edmund Bon Tai Soon, a founding member of Loyarburok, was charged for driving under the influence of alcohol on 3 April 2005 at approximately at 2:15 a.m. on Jalan Ampang from Jalan Sultan Ismail heading towards Leboh Ampang vide Kuala Lumpur Criminal Magistrate Court Charge No. T1 – P83 – 357 – 2005 pursuant to section 45A(1) the Road Transport Act 1987 (RTA87). Fellow founding member of Loyarburok, Encik Amer Hamzah in his customary manner defended him and successfully persuaded the Magistrate, Tuan Syed Adam AlHabshi. Encik Fahri Azzat discusses the Magistrates decision and explains how close the Attorney General Chambers’ came to proving a prima facie case against Mr. Edmund Bon and having his defence called, and how they eventually lost it. Though this is merely a Magistrate decision, it is the first case in Malaysia in which sections 45A, 45B and 45C RTA87 is considered at length.

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A raised eyebrow about a remark purportedly made by the Judge of the trial of Mirza Mohammad Taiyab

A raised eyebrow about a remark purportedly made by the Judge of the trial of Mirza Mohammad Taiyab and two suggestions to the Attorney General’s Chambers to help improve their fight against corruption, assuming it really intends to do something about it and demanding for an economic indicator to provide for a rough valuation of the Attorney General’s incompetence.

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