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congratulations to Anwar Acquital! UMNO Terrorists Began BOMBING!

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  1. uncleyap

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    Monday, January 09, 2012

    Congratulations to Pakatan Malaysia! Anwar NOT GUILTY! :)

    Verdict is out already!

    My congratulations to Pakatan Malaysia & Opposition Fighters. Congratulations to Mr Anwar.

    Now they can focus on GE2012.

    :)

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    Malaysia opposition's Anwar freed of sodomy charges
    Sapa-AP | 09 January, 2012 07:08

    [​IMG] Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim speaks during the "Free Anwar" rally in Kuala Lumpur January 6, 2012.
    Image by: BAZUKI MUHAMMAD / REUTERS


    Malaysia's High Court acquitted opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim of sodomizing a former aide, citing unreliable DNA evidence in a verdict Monday that surprised supporters who saw the case as an attempt to sideline him.
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    Anwar has long maintained that Prime Minister Najib Razak's ruling coalition concocted the charge to damage his chances of leading the opposition to an election victory. Najib, who is expected to call for national elections sometime this year, denies plotting against Anwar.
    Najib's administration said the judgment showed that Malaysia's legal system was free from government interference, despite claims to the contrary by opposition activists.
    The case rested mainly on testimony by Anwar's 26-year-old accuser, Saiful Bukhari Azlan, and semen samples found on Saiful's body that investigators said matched Anwar's DNA.
    High Court Judge Mohamad Zabidin Diah said his decision was founded on concerns that the DNA evidence was tainted.
    "The court at this stage could not with 100 percent certainty exclude the possibility that the (DNA) sample is not compromised," Mohamad Zabidin told the court. "Therefore it is not safe to rely on the (DNA) sample. There is no evidence to corroborate" the charge.
    A crowd of Anwar's supporters shouted "Allahu Akbar," or "God is great" after the judge finished reading the verdict. Members of Anwar's family burst into tears and hugged him.
    "Thank God justice has prevailed," a jubilant Anwar told reporters. "I have been vindicated. To be honest, I am a little surprised."
    However, questions lingered over whether the legal saga was over, as chief prosecutor Yusof Zainal Abiden said he had not decided whether to appeal the acquittal.
    Police outside the court reported that after the verdict was delivered, a small blast wounded a man on a road nearby. Authorities indicated it was a homemade explosive, but did not say whether it was linked to the hearing.
    Anwar, whom the opposition regards as its future prime minister if it wins federal power, had earlier said he was bracing for a conviction, which could result in a maximum of 20 years in prison.
    The verdict is expected to have a major impact on general elections that most politicians believe will be held some time this year. Anwar is the opposition's most charismatic politician and is considered the figure who can best hold the three ideologically distinct parties in his alliance together.
    Information Minister Rais Yatim said in a statement that the acquittal "proves that the government does not hold sway over judges' decisions."
    "Malaysia has an independent judiciary," Rais said. "The current wave of bold democratic reforms introduced by (Najib) will help extend this transparency to all areas of Malaysian life."
    At least 5,000 opposition supporters gathered outside the court Monday, chanting "Long live the people." Some carried banners that read "Free Anwar" and "Reject slander."
    A police helicopter flew over the court, while riot police backed by a truck mounted with a water cannon monitored the crowd amid concerns that a conviction might spark unrest in Malaysia's largest city.
    Defense lawyers had insisted Saiful's testimony about the alleged sodomy at a Kuala Lumpur condominium in 2008 was riddled with inconsistencies and that the DNA evidence was mishandled by investigators.
    Anwar, a former deputy prime minister and married father of six, was jailed in another sodomy case in 2000 when he was convicted of sodomizing his family's ex-driver. He denied the allegation, and Malaysia's top court released him in 2004 by overturning his conviction and nine-year sentence.
    Judge Mohamad Zabidin said that without DNA evidence, Saiful's word was insufficient to convict Anwar.
    "The court is always reluctant to convict on sexual offenses without corroborative evidence," he said in an unexpectedly brief two-minute judgment. "Therefore, the accused is acquitted and discharged."
    Saiful did not attend the hearing, but wrote on Twitter after the verdict that he would "remain calm, continue praying and be patient."
    The charge emerged several months after Anwar's alliance made major inroads in 2008 general elections, when the National Front ruling coalition endured its worst polling setback in more than five decades of governance.
    The opposition now controls slightly more than one-third of Parliament's seats and hopes to win power by pledging to reduce problems such as graft, racial discrimination and curbs on civil liberties. Najib has increased efforts in recent months to tackle those grievances and regain the support of voters who deserted the National Front in the last elections.





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  2. kangaroo

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    So the judge ruled that Chow Ah Kua Saiful musturbated his own ass loong Full of Sai thus his name Sai-Full. And Anwar did not fucked his ass loong.:rolleyes:
     
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    Check these so called home-made bombs, might be the same stuff as what blew up the Mongolian Woman.;)
     
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    U.Yap, we all all know that Malaysia also has kangaroo courts just like us. Anwar is surprised I guess so is everyone. Do you have any comment how did this event now turned not in Najib's favor? I mean surely Najib's would have fixed this with the kangaroos. So is there a split in the ranks? Or has the judiciary suddenly became 内疚 for their past sins?
     
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    Mongolian is not homemade bomb, haven't you read it's simply C4 explosives?
     
  6. Ash007

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    Where they get the C4? I thought only military can get hold of it?

     
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    Home-made my foot lah. C4 is exactly what I think it is.;)
     
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    lianbeng congrats anwar for walking out of court a free man.:D
    now he will turn his attention on mahathir liao: coming for his butt liao.:D
     
  9. uncleyap

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    Wrong priority!

    MUST WIN GE2012 1st. If not UMNO will come again for his butt. If won then can kick UMNO's butt afterwards. Yes can charge Dr. M for some of the past scandals. But only if Pakatan wins the GE and Anwar gets PM. If lost then table will not turn unless he can go via military coupe or KL Spring uprising.;)
     
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    lianbeng agrees.
    looks like a good fight soon.:D
     
  11. uncleyap

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    Not too surprised, I in fact considered it before but did not count on it to happen. Because if Anwar went prison, Najib will lost even more vote. And still may lost GE2012. And then the Pakatan MAY pardon Anwar also. (Thug-Sin Scenario replayed) (蔡英文+陈水扁 Scenario as well). Najib ditched the ISA because he don't want to go to Kamunting with his own gangs where they locked up Anwar & Tian Chua etc.

    When UMNO calculated their own fates after GE2012 defeats they are highly motivated to quench down the past feud with opposition. Even for votes sake, the more the quench the fire the less heat their own ass will feel at the ballot boxes.;) Same scenario in SG.

    You calculate this, keep ISA & slam Anwar to prison just before poll, and risk more chance of losing Putrajaya - end result most likely BN lost and then dozen of BN bigshots into Kamunting under ISA. Then charged from Kamunting with countless corruption cases. Jia Lat or not? Remember what Dr. M did to Anwar? Sack him then later ISA him @ Reformasi then charged him few counts of Sodomy? Najib now praying Anwar will go easy on his ass after GE2012, if Anwar sentenced to prison today, they may share the same cell later this year! :eek::*::p:D
     
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    Thanks U.Yap for the insight. It is a bright day for Malaysia. I am just worried that some big shot opposition members will sell their souls to the devil just before the elections and cause havoc within opposition as afterall this is a pretty loose coalition. The other thing I fear is PAS because they change their mind so very often. I wish them the best, its time for retribution to BN and liberation for the masses.

    Anwar had gone through hell for a long time but then still many people I talked to in Malaysia believes about the sodomy thing. So sad.

     
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    Najib ass will gone case. Anwar will happily admit guilty he fuck Najib ass LOL
     
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    For GE2012 Pakatan to win isn't really big challenge already. The big challenge is to win and be stable beginning from transition through the 1st term of non-BN. You can expect many big challenges, today's bombing gave some clues. Then turn-coat coupe flipping power possible in parliament if the margin won is tiny. Remember Anwar wanted to turn this trick against BN few years ago? The same trick will always be available when the margin is tight enough. Military power is another issue. The royals is another issue. Thug-sin kenna ousted because the king singled the army to overthrow him.;) Racial fights is another issue. Internal fights is yet another issue, as you pointed out above. When BN fall, the inside of Pakatan will have to settle some internal struggles. Remember 1992 SDP won 3 seats in SG and then broke up with Mr. Chiam? That kind of thing need not be surprised. You have to know what creatures formed the oppositions in Malaysian / Singapore environments. We shares lots of things in common.

    There is countless amount of shit left behind by BN regime, same as famiLEE LEEgime, any one taking over.... Jia Lat! Find themselves trapped within a mine-field after the vote count. So to be frank, it is a very serious frown to congratulate Pakatan on a poll victory.
     
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    Again you're very insightful. I sensed your confidence in Pakaan's win. I am hoping for a change in Malaysia too as it will surely be able to affect Singapore's voters too in future.

     
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    Hold this until the poll result come out. Fingers crossed to see big enough margin in seat numbers. If not you are going to see seesaw power, up-down-up-down. HELL LOTS of BN corrupts are supposed to be punished. If they don't flee and Pakatan really want to clean up. New prison would be needed to hotel them.;)
     
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    For reforms, getting too excited about change have to be avoided. Leaders must ask people to be patient and forgiving to avoid overly high expectations and disappointments. Obama is a the best example - over-promised and under-achieved reform. Chen Shui Bian was also a reformist - see what happened. If you are confident to win and want to be practical, cool your supporters heads and stay low profile to work hard, don't over-sell your reforms. Process of reform actually disappoints and piss off lots of people. Every simpleton peasants expected Santa and Xmas straight from poll counts. That is nothing but burdens for reformists. Tell the people honestly that Reform is going to COST. Actual results are very long term and not immediately enjoyed, you are mostly going to feel the painful prices of reforms 1st, and please bite teeth and take it. It is like pains of birth. Your child will grow up only years after, meanwhile from the beginning it is pains more than joy. ;)
     
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    If Anwar is acquitted aren't the gay man Saifu suppose to be charge for making false statement?
     
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    Chances of Pakatan winning is pretty small. Najib will pull all tricks to ensure that. If that really happened, as pointed out there would be internal struggle, mess to clean up. The more interesting question for Singapore is how the MIW will spin this when it happen?
     
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    Guess this is why WP's LTK and CSM are as cool as cucumbers now after winning Aljunied. Just doing things quietly and the Aljunied people are happier and happier as time goes by. Good move.

     
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