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Groovy Gang and Supreme Court.

Very disappointed to hear that Kaim Todner have been stymied from obtaining justice in appealing the case of R v Kingston, Reynolds and O’Connell. Last August Rafferty LJ ignored damaging evidence of abuse of process and paid perjury by ex D.C Derek G Haslam now living in Norfolk and desperate to leave the UK (why is that?) 44 more words

Makati two-mayor brouhaha a shame

It looks like the Makati City two-mayor brouhaha is getting nowhere and the contentious issue is not only giving the nation’s premier city a bad name, but it does not speak well also of the leaders of the executive branch of government. 511 more words


Opinion- the consequences of buhari's disqualification.

This court verdict has proved me right in my yesterday’s and today assurance to my fellow Nigerians 313 more words


Suhakam urged to hold inquiry on police

Kita Lawan rally organisers have urged the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) to conduct an inquiry into the conduct of the police force.

They proposed this in a memorandum today condemning the abuse of power by the authorities towards participants and organisers of the rally. 224 more words


Judiciary Nessies awakening in South America

Something big is happening in South America. The two giants of the region and the country leading the Human Development Index in Latin-America are experiencing something new. 469 more words


Musa Hitam Urges UMNO to make a stand on Hudud

March 22, 2015

Tun Musa Hitam urges UMNO to make a stand on Hudud


UMNO should make a stand now on PAS’s hudud and not pretend to be surprised with the Islamist party’s push for the implementation of the Islamic criminal law in Kelantan, says Tun Musa Hitam. 565 more words


Why NO to Hudud Law for Malaysia

March 19, 2015

Why NO to Hudud Law for Malaysia

by Azrul Mohd. Khalib@www.themalaymailoneline.com

Najib must have forgotten what he said on September 25, 2o11… 1,698 more words