Stephen Francis : Her one motivation on this matter is she has absolutely zero faith in our PDRM. Yes, I too would have taken such hot news to the court of public opinion. There has been so much corruption all these years in the police, a “hot potato” like this would be a sure winner for negotiations with the those names involved. Easy money, millions perhaps. So she has no faith in our corrupt police force from the horror stories of death in lock-up and police brutality. For once she has the power to bypass all that very people in the force who may have frustrated her during her many years as a civil liberty lawyer, surely she’s not going to let those crooks destroy/manipulate these evidence. And have we the public NOT been bitching for transparency in government all these years and protest walks? For once the public is privileged to feed on incriminating evidence of the very regime that screwed our lives, and we now demand to know why we are being fed with these phone leaks. As matured citizens, we too must exercise and see how this draws out in open court and the sentence is passed. Now perhaps we can also piece the mystery of Najadi and Morais murders. And perhaps if the PDRM are sincere, they will also produce evidence of the missing Pastor and Che Amri’s whereabouts. PDRM can redeem itself if they too showed us, Joe&Jane Public their short-comings and willingness to curb corruption within their forces.
Enough said. The rest will be heard on camera.
Selamat Pagi Malaysia….Food for thought..BUT…when does rule of law ends or starts? We cannot allow the powers that be to impose their will on those who are now on trial for crimes committed while in government for not to give these people their rights under “rule of law” makes a mockery of our insistence that there has to be “rule of law”. The right or wrong of what Kak Lat has done will be debated for quite some time to come…but if truth be told, I would say “publish and be damm!” for Najib, Rosmah and their fellow kleptocratic conspirators deserve nothing less!