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Yesterday’s PCA, Tomorrow’s ISA

Yesterday’s PCA, Tomorrow’s ISA

Michael Yap decries the unconstitutionality of the recently approved PCA Bill.

Ask Lord Bobo: Did you really believe the ISA was gone forever?

Ask Lord Bobo: Did you really believe the ISA was gone forever?

You naive fool.

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Book Launch: Marxist Conspirator or Human Rights Activist?

Book Launch: Marxist Conspirator or Human Rights Activist?

Read about a man the Singapore Government considered dangerous.

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Hope

Hope

We’re a backwater nation living in the shadow of what our nation can aspire to be.

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The truth shall set you free

The truth shall set you free

from the fear of flushing and Bersih

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FMT: Detention Without Trial Must End Now

FMT: Detention Without Trial Must End Now

Civil society movement are upset that three alleged motorcycle thieves have been charged under Emergency Ordinance and want it repealed

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No Hearing Date For K. Selvach’s Habeas Corpus Application

No Hearing Date For K. Selvach’s Habeas Corpus Application

Lawyers For Liberty calls out the courts for its blatant disregard to the rights and freedom of the rakyat.

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Freeing ourselves from the ISA

Freeing ourselves from the ISA

Following the anti-ISA demonstrations in August, another anti-ISA protest took place in London on Saturday, 30 October. Recounting the August event, a LoyarBurokker in London reminds us why all of us should continue denouncing the ISA.

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Launching of Books by ex-ISA Detainees, 27.10.10

Launching of Books by ex-ISA Detainees, 27.10.10

This year is the 23rd anniversary of mass arrests and detentions using the dreaded Internal Security Act -106 Malaysians under Operation Lalang and 22 Singaporeans under Operation Spectrum. To re-examine this significant era, two books by ex-ISA detainees will be launched this evening.

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Remember the dead in Sri Lanka – 18 May

Remember the dead in Sri Lanka – 18 May

Thousands died because of war crimes in Mullivaikal, Sri Lanka a year ago. Attend a Remembrance Event tonight at Brickfields Girls Guide Hall (or at least light a lamp at home). Sign Amnesty’s petition.

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Lawyers Call for End to Police Abuse of Authority – Bukit Aman, 31 March

Lawyers Call for End to Police Abuse of Authority – Bukit Aman, 31 March

Lawyers and concerned citizens gathered at Bukit Aman for a peaceful show of protest against the manhandling and obstructing of lawyers in performing their duties and the blatant abuse of oppressive preventive detention laws which allows for detention without trial.

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Memorandum of Protest to the IGP on the Police’s Manhandling and Brief Arrest of Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad

Memorandum of Protest to the IGP on the Police’s Manhandling and Brief Arrest of Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad at the Jalan Duta Court Complex, Bukit Aman, 31 March 2010 Introduction On 25th March 2010, Khaeryll Benjamin [email protected] Benjy was charged for drug possession of 0.24 gram methametphamine under Section 12(2) of the Dangerous Drugs Act […]

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Any Law that Goes Against Human Rights Ceases to be Lawful

Elza Irdalynna’s letter about her brother Khaeryll Benjamin Ibrahim @ Benjy’s ordeal – from his impeded access to counsel to his re-arrest under preventive detention laws; where on the same day his lawyer, Amer Hamzah Arshad was manhandled and briefly arrested by the police.

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From Judges To Gestapo Type Police: Tyranny of abuse of powers

From Judges To Gestapo Type Police: Tyranny of abuse of powers

When powers are abused there is no tyranny like them. The abuse of powers by police is a consequence of the bad example set by judges when they refuse to apply the law as it stands or when they apply double standards in their judgments.

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GMI should thank police

GMI, thank the police – you would never have got this kind of publicity with a proper police force cognizant of their role in a democracy.

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