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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Prosecution to appeal Bilqis' acquittal in yellow balloon case

Having been acquitted by the Magistrate’s Court in Kuala Lumpur two months ago of a charge of insulting behaviour likely to cause a breach of peace, dance producer Bilqis Hijjas’s ordeal is set to continue with the prosecution filing an appeal.
The notice of appeal, dated Dec 6, 2017, was signed by deputy public prosecutor Nurakmal Farhan Aziz, while a letter dated Dec 8 from High Court deputy registrar Zanariah A Bakar was sent to Bilqis notifying her of the appeal.
Lawyer Latheefa Koya told Malaysiakini that Bilqis informed them of the notice of appeal today.

“No dates have been fixed for case management,” Latheefa said.
On Nov 27, Bilqis was acquitted by magistrate Muhamad Faizal Ismail over tossing three yellow balloons onto a function being attended by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak at the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur shopping centre.
The balloons bore the words “free media,” “democracy,” and “justice.”
Faizal ruled that her testimony was consistent with her previous claim that she merely wanted to highlight the principles of the Federal Constitution to the prime minister through her actions.
In addition, he said witnesses’ testimonies and CCTV showed that the event continued without a hitch, and that Bilqis surrendered quietly when confronted by security personnel.
The same magistrate had previously acquitted Bilqis on Jul 1, 2016, without her defence being called.
Upon appeal by the prosecution, however, the decision was reversed by High Court judge Mohd Sofian Abd Razak in October, who said the magistrate had erred in his judgment.
The case was then remitted to the magistrate’s court for Bilqis to enter her defence.
If convicted under Section 14 of the Minor Offences Act 1955, Bilqis faces a maximum fine of RM100.- Mkini

Illegal forest logging at Ulu Muda forest reserve

Many smaller concessions in the state have been awarded away from public view.
Illegal forest logging at Ulu Muda forest reserve
A recent news report reported a large swath of forest reserve of more than 500 hactares in Bukit Enggang, Sik Kedah has been logged without due Environment Impact Assessment (EIA).
This is highly irregular. This forest reserve has been used by the villagers living in the foot hills of Bukit Enggang to dam up a river to collect water for their daily use.
This river is heavily polluted by the logged forest located upstream which rendered the water not usable.
Other logging concessions closer to villages were given out for logging in Bukit Enggang, Sik without any consideration of the impact of people living in the vicinity.
Many other logging concessions were given in smaller parcels in other districts in Kedah away from public view and which are not monitored for proper timber extraction.
Replanting of the logged forests is either not required or the replanting is not done to the prescribed standards.
The greater forest reserve of Ulu Muda ie the districts of Padang Terap, Sik, and Baling which together account for some 162,000 hectares is an important water catchment and is the source of water for the Muda, Pedu and Ahning lakes which is critical for the double cropping of rice in the Muda Irrigation Scheme, for domestic and industrial usage in the three states of Kedah, Perlis and Penang.
Timber extractions licenses have also been given out in the southern part of the Ulu Muda forests and which are encroaching closer and closer to the three dams.
Besides the important water harvesting role of the Ulu Muda forests, the forests are extremely rich in biodiversity of flora and fauna including the mega-fauna like the Asian elephant, Malayan tapir and leopard.
It has potential for eco-tourism such as sport fishing, nature photography, bird watching, etc. which could be developed to derive an alternative revenue source to timber for the state.
The Malaysian Nature Society urge the authorities concerned to put a stop to all illegal and unsustainable logging in Ulu Muda forest reserve to preserve the vital water catchment and its rich biodiversity.- Mkini

Pastor Koh's disappearance getting more mysterious by day

A simple and humble man, pastor Raymond Koh hit the news with his mysterious disappearance. It again put Malaysia in the spotlight for the wrong reasons. This happened at a time when one of the murderers of the Mongolian model, Altantuya Shariibuu, shocked the world with his latest revelation from his detention centre in Australia.
When Koh suddenly disappeared, people were scurrying all over to look for an answer to see if there was a connection to any other cases of missing persons - Joshua Hilmy, his wife Ruth and social activist Amri Che Mat.
Being analytical by nature, I had spent hours to just carefully watch the video clip which had gone viral to look for any clues. The BBC, in its report on April 12, 2017 had described the kidnap scene precisely.

“A convoy of black SUVs and motorcycles is seen swooping down on his car and boxing it in by the side of the road.
“Then, several men jump out and run to Mr Koh. There is a flurry of activity, and the convoy moves off - along with his car.”
Singapore’s Straits Times on Apr 16, 2017 described it as a “precisely coordinated operation.”
It is hard for anyone to watch the video clip to believe that it was carried out by some untrained individuals, and more so, for anyone to believe that an old man, nearly into his retirement age (or perhaps, already past 55 years old) to be worth the efforts kidnapping for a ransom.
How much do you think Koh is worth? Millions? I met him once, and he did not look to me to be worth the entire operation. In fact, three kidnappers would have been more than enough to take him on a ride to a remote place.
Therefore, when I read news about a former Uber driver, Lam Chang Nam, being arrested on Jan 12 and charged in connection with Koh’s disappearance, I find it hard to believe that he had the skills to be involved in the 40-second operation.
The charge comes at a time when the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) inquiry is going on, it certainly raises more questions than answers.
Not forgetting the case of another person in Kedah who was shot dead, which was later linked to the disappearance of Koh as well. A dead man can no longer defend himself.
Although there are efforts to link Koh to the work of some extremists, and police denied that his disappearance had anything to do with the other missing persons, most people are still finding it hard to believe this theory.

If I again recall correctly, based on the testimony of Susanna Liew, the police were trying to find out whether Koh was involved in active proselytisation work than to update the family on the outcome of their investigation.
If the police had found the extremist link to the man in Kedah, they would certainly have certainly investigated further and hauled up the others involved in the operation. Why is there a dead silence?
How then can one explain the lack of coherence in the explanations that we, members of the public, have been given?- Mkini

Sharir : The latest clown in K Hell.

He's not dead yet.

Sharir Samad is biggest Clown n a Liar.

How can the land, charged to the bank for financing be returned to Felda?
Any banker will tell you.
Felda is not the owner of the land.
Is been charged to the bank by the Developer ( Chinaman company)
This is not one Ringgit transaction.This is RM270 million.
I think the story is, Synergy Promenade Sdn.Bhd. got the PA sold the various plot of land to this Chinaman Developer Co.to build KL Vertical City.
After sale everybody got their Shares Developer normally go to Bank , charged the property for financing.
This is multi million Ringgit project.
No Bumi Co. can do multi million dollar project.
There are several land titles involved.
If is Fraudulent case like this, Immediately the Police n the Court will order to Stop Work.
Why Sharir says the development can go on.if the land is returned to Felda ,than the Developer is building on Illegal land.
The Developer are not Fool's.
Sharir can make UMNO Supporters Bodoh.
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KUALA LUMPUR – Allegations that DAP’s Lim Kit Siang is in coma is “rubbish” as the party parliamentary leader is recovering well and even playing Pokemon, party leaders said today.
When contacted, DAP publicity chief Tony Pua told Malay Mail that the claims were absolute rubbish adding that Lim was “still recovering but feeling good, playing Pokemon”.
Lim was in the past reported to have played the wildly popular reality game Pokemon Go, reaching Level 23, back in September 2016.
Pua also clarified that Lim did not go abroad for his surgery, saying: “He’s at home, the operation was done in Penang”.
DAP deputy chairman Gobind Singh Deo also dismissed the claim.
“That is nonsense. He is certainly not in a coma. I visited him last week in Penang. He is recovering well and will resume official duties soon,” he said in a text message.
When contacted, Johor DAP chief Liew Chin Tong said that Lim will be attending several events in the state at the end of this month.
“Lim Kit Siang will participate in a series of events in various parts of Johor. Details will be announced soon,” he said.
Lim is the Member of Parliament for the Gelang Patah seat in Johor.
Earlier today, news portal Malaysia Gazette reported Pertubuhan Minda dan Sosial Prihatin president Ramesh Rao as claiming that Lim was in critical condition in Singapore and suggested that the latter was in a coma.
Last December 27, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng said the 76-year-old Lim had successfully undergone surgery on December 19 to remove a small malignant tumour in his kidney and that doctors expect the latter to make a full recovery without complications.
“Biopsy tests on the small tumour removed disclosed that it was a Stage 1(a) cancer, the lowest-grade cancer possible. Doctors also expect a full recovery,” Guan Eng had said then.
He added then that Lim had begun to take walks as part of his post-surgery recuperation, with constituency work at Gelang Patah to be handled during the recuperation period by Kit Siang’s special representative Ng Siam Luang and Kluang MP Liew Chin Tong.


DR Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali has described Abdul Razak Hussein as Malaysia’s “greatest and most illustrious” leader on Facebook Live today.
She said the country’s second prime minister had been close to the people and worked hard to solve their problems, especially those of the rural folk.
Dr Siti Hasmah, who is married to Dr Mahathir Mohamad, also a former prime minister, said no other leaders could match up to Razak, who died on January 14, 1976.
“He was the greatest and the most illustrious among our leaders. He was a true statesman, loved by all. I was proud to work under him during his premiership,” she said.
Her fond remembrances of the man come at a time her husband  Dr Mahathir  is leading the charge to defeat Razak’s son, Prime Minister Najib in the next general election.
She said the people’s love for Razak was evident in the massive crowd that turned out at the Subang Airport to await the arrival of his body which was being flown back in January 1976.
“Those who could not park their car nearby parked kilometres away and walked to the airport. All cried when the plane touched down with Abdul Razak’s coffin.
“The same scene played out at Parliament where his body lay in state.The door at the entrance shattered as everyone wanted to rush in to pay their last respects. Time was limited. That was how much the people loved him,” said Dr Siti Hasmah.
Razak was responsible for bringing Dr Mahathir back into Umno after he was expelled by then prime minister Abdul Rahman after a falling out.
Dr Siti Hasmah said Dr Mahathir had idolised Razak.
“Tun Abdul Razak was his mentor. They were very close. When Abdul Razak fell sick, Dr Mahathir knew something was not right but his suspicions were confirmed only after Abdul Razak told him to ask his personal doctor about it. That was when he knew how sick his mentor was,” said Dr Siti Hasmah.
She said Dr Mahathir was told that the prognosis was not good.
Razak had suffered alone, and only his close family had known that he was sick, she said.
“He went to London to seek treatment but he did not make it. Everyone was devastated. Abdul Razak was a great man, his wife Rahah Mohammad Noah was a brave woman,” she said.
Dr Siti Hasmah reiterated Dr Mahathir’s assertion that he had helped Najib secure the prime ministership because Dr Mahathir had felt indebted to Najib’s father.
“Dr Mahathir would not be the prime minister if not for Abdul Razak and he wanted to pay the good deed back by helping Najib.
“He also said that he did not want anything bad to be connected to Abdul Razak,” she said.
“Yes, it meant a lot to Tun (Dr Mahathir). He felt indebted,” said Dr Siti Hasmah.
Following a falling out with Najib, Dr Mahathir had quit Umno and set up Bersatu to challenge Najib and Umno in the 14th General Election.
Bersatu has teamed up with opposition parties PKR, DAP and Amanah to form opposition coalition Pakatan Harapan to defeat ruling party Umno and Barisan Nasional.
– https://www.themalaysianinsight.com

Teen, mum and friend held over murder of man in Skudai


JOHOR BAHRU: A 45-year-old man was found dead in his house in Skudai today, and police have arrested his 17-year-old son for the murder.
Iskandar Puteri district police chief ACP Noor Hashim Mohamad said police also arrested the man’s 40-year-old wife and the son’s friend.
They are also looking for another friend of the boy.
He said the police, alerted by a member of the public, found the man’s body about 11am in the living room of a corner double-storey house with a stab wound on the left side of his chest.
A trail of blood led to the master bedroom on the first floor of the house, he said in a statement.
Hashim said there were signs of a struggle in the master bedroom where a clothes rack had toppled over and the bed was in disarray, but no items were missing and there was no sign of a break-in.
He said it was believed that the wife was jealous because the man, who was unemployed, apparently had a mistress.
The body has been sent to the Sultanah Aminah Hospital here, he added. -FMT