Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin (RPK) has been skipping his multiple courts summons for his sedition trial as well as criminal defamation trials and multiple arrest warrants have been issued against him. Local police believed that RPK is now cooping up in Brisbane, Australia. Read also Raja Petra Personal Image Tranished

From TheStar

Another arrest warrant out for Raja Petra (Update)

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin was slapped with another warrant of arrest after he failed to turn up for his criminal defamation trial at a Sessions Court here.

Sessions Court judge Mohamad Sekeri Mamat issued the arrest warrant after DPP Anselm Charles Fernandis applied for the order.

The judge also issued a show-cause notice to the former Internal Security Act detainee’s wife, Marina Lee Abdullah, as his bailor, for not being at court to explain his absence.

An arrest warrant was also issued by the Petaling Jaya Sessions Court on April 23 against Raja Petra after he failed to turn up for his sedition trial. He had claimed trial on May 6 last year to publishing a seditious article on April 25 via his news portal.

When asked about the presence of prosecution witnesses in court Tuesday, DPP Anselm told reporters that 12 policemen and two civilians had been subpoenaed for the trial.

Raja Petra, 59, had on July 17 last year claimed trial to three counts of criminal defamation over his statutory declaration on the murder of Mongolian translator Altantuya Shaariibuu.

The father of three boys and two girls is alleged to have defamed the then Deputy Prime Minister’s wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, by making a libellous statement in the declaration which he affirmed on June 18 when he knew that it would tarnish her good name.

The grandfather of four also faces two similar charges against Leftenan Kolonel Norhayati Hassan and her husband Leftenan Kolonel Abdul Aziz Buyong.

Raja Petra is said to have committed the offences at High Court (Civil 5) at the Jalan Duta court complex at 10:25am on June 18, last year.

At the outset of court proceedings, DPP Anselm applied for the arrest warrant against the editor and the notice for his wife saying that both were aware that the criminal defamation trial was set for three days from Tuesday.

Raja Petra’s lawyer, Amarjit Singh Sidhu, told the judge that the defence team was waiting to get a trial date at the Court of Appeal for their appeal on the transfer order involving the same case.

“We have now received the appeal records. It is on the transfer of this case from the Magistrates Court to the Sessions Court,” he added.

Upon hearing this, DPP Anselm told the judge that it was a separate matter.

The judge agreed that it was a different issue and immediately issued the order.

He set July 2 for mention of the arrest warrant and show-cause notice.

Raja Petra had failed in his bid on Feb 13 to get his case transferred back to the magistrate’s court for trial.

He had on Nov 25 applied to the High Court to have his case heard by the Magistrates Court.

However, High Court Judicial Commissioner Zainal Azman Ab Aziz ruled that the decision by magistrate Nazran Mohd Sham on Aug 15 last year to transfer the case to the Sessions Court upon application by the Public Prosecutor under Section 177 of the Criminal Procedure Code was valid and in order.

Raja Petra claims to be in a self-exile from Selangor because of a dispute with the state’s Palace.

He claimed in a Malaysia Today article that he would not be attending the hearings not only because of his brush with the Palace but also due to his fear of another Internal Security Act arrest.

He also said that he did not want to face possible treason charges.

According to the press report, the police believes that the editor is now in Brisbane.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Zambry declared Perak MB, again

The Court of Appeal has unanimously ruled that Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir is the valid mentri besar of Perak.

The three-man bench, in setting aside the High Court’s decision earlier which ruled that Datuk Seri Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin was the rightful mentri besar “at all material times,” held that Nizar had ceased to command the confidence of the majority of the Perak State Legislative Assembly.

“The learned High Court judge erred in his interpretation of the relevant provisions in the Perak Constitution. Accordingly, the appeal is allowed,” said Justice Md Raus Shariff, who chaired the bench, which also comprised Justices Zainun Ali and Ahmad Maarop.

The court held that based on the facts of the case, Sultan of Perak Sultan Azlan Shah was right in making enquiries to satisfy himself on who held majority in the state assembly, and was right in his appointment of Zambry.

It further ruled that there was no express requirement in the Perak Constitution that there had to be a motion of no-confidence passed before it was determined that Nizar had ceased to command the confidence of the assemblymen.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Raja Petra Personal Image Tranished

This is bad. Son of RPK, Raja Azman Raja Petra is being detained by the police for theft cases. RPK has a lot to answer for. RPK himself is immune to police custody and saman menyaman but this is yet another big big obstacle. And it has become personal. BN leaders are probably grinning from ear to ear as they can make this issue really personal and insulting. RPK is now push to the limit to pull out excuses to deflect incoming insults from all direction.

Raja Azman Raja Petra, a son of Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin, pleaded guilty to four separate counts of theft, receiving stolen property and criminal trespass.

Raja Azman, 32, who was dressed casually in a pair of blue jeans and a T-shirt with the word “Russia” on it, appeared before magistrate Norkamilah Aziz here Tuesday at about 11:30am.

In the charge read out to him, he was accused of stealing a Nokia mobile phone, a Seiko watch, and a bunch of motorcycle keys, all worth about RM3,850, belonging to student Saipul Adli Mohamad Yunus, 21, at No 16, Jalan Sastera, U2/1K, Section U2, Shah Alam, at about 10am on April 24.

He was also accused of stealing a Yamaha 135 LC motorcycle worth about RM6,000 from student Ahmad Firdaus Jalaludin, 23, at the same location and time.

He admitted to the alternate charge of being in the possession of a Yamaha 135 LC motorcycle worth about RM6,000 with the knowledge, or with cause to believe, that the motorcycle was stolen property.

Raja Azman also pleaded guilty to another count of motorcycle theft, this one of a Yamaha RX2 worth about RM8,000, at 9:30am on March 20, at No 65, Jalan Batas 2, 19/6B, Section 19, Shah Alam, belonging to operator Mohd Syaiful Setapa, 24.

Lastly, he was also charged with breaking in into a house at No 65, Jalan Batas 2, and stealing Mohd Syaiful’s wallet containing his identification card, RM20, road tax, Maybank and BSN ATM cards and his driver’s licence.

If convicted, he faces a jail term of up to 10 years, with a fine.

Magistrate Norkamilah set bail at RM10,500 in total, with one surety for each charge. She fixed June 19 for sentencing.

Representatives from both Barisan Nasional and the opposition are haggling over PSD scholarships awards. BN recently changed the scholarships quota distribution of 20% solely on merit, 10% for the underprivileged, 10% for those from Sabah and Sarawak and the remaining based on ethnic quota, co-curriculum, results and socio-economic background.

Lim Kit Siang, DAP Advisor said that Nazri Aziz had reiterated in Parliament that 55% of the scholarships would be given to bumiputras while the rest was reserved for non-Malays. In general, the public want to know how many percent of the scholarships are given to bumiputras and non-bumiputras.

Why haggling over the quota? Why not just award the scholarships to the best students, regardless of race.

From TheStar

Cabinet to hear cases of 800 top scorers who didn’t get scholarships

PUTRAJAYA: More than 800 straight-A students will have their appeals for Public Services Depart­ment (PSD) scholarships taken up to the Cabinet for discussion.

Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said the group, comprising 280 who scored straight 1As, had submitted their appeals to the MCA.

“I have just briefed the party president (Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat) on the matter and the four MCA ministers will bring it to the Cabinet,” he said here yesterday.

Dr Wee said the situation this year had shocked even him – although the MCA Youth chief and party national education bureau chairman had been handling education and scholarship issues since 2001.

He cited the case of a student with 6A1 and 4A2 who obtained a scholarship to study engineering. On the other hand, there were complaints from students with 13A1s and 14A1s that they were given places to do matriculation instead of being awar­ded with scholarships.

He stressed that such alternatives should be made known earlier, not just dished out to the students.

Dr Wee added there must also be a transparent system of awarding scholarships.

Asked whether publishing the names of the scholarship recipients could help address the question of fairness and transparency in selection, Dr Wee said he hoped this would be done by the PSD not too long from now.

The Cabinet had in January refined the distribution of scholarship: 20% solely on merit, 10% for the underprivileged, 10% for those from Sabah and Sarawak and the remaining based on ethnic quota, co-curriculum, results and socio-economic background.

Meanwhile students, parents and teachers who contacted The Star said they were shocked by the “consolation prize” (getting a place to do matriculation instead of a scholarship to study overseas) given to many of those with 13A1s and 14A1s.

They also raised a host of other problems, including that the scholarship recipients were not told which country they would be sent to study.

Meanwhile, the DAP wants the Government to show the selection criteria for the PSD scholarships and explain why there was a shift in implementation.

DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz had reiterated in Parliament that 55% of the scholarships would be given to bumiputras while the rest was reserved for non-Malays.

“All of a sudden, they just changed the selection criteria. We want to know how many percent of the scholarships are given to bumiputras and non-bumiputras,” the Ipoh Timur MP told a press conference here yesterday.

Lim, three other DAP MPs and three state assemblymen had met with PSD director-general Tan Sri Dr Ismail Adam to discuss the matter.

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Malaysia has confirmed its first case of the A(H1N1) flu in a 21-year-old student who returned from the United States on Wednesday morning. Tests confirmed that he was infected with the Influenza A(H1N1) virus. The case made Malaysia the 36th country under WHO list to be affected by the virus.

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Malaysia confirms first case of A(H1N1) flu (Update)

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia on Friday confirmed its first case of the A(H1N1) flu in a 21-year-old student who returned from the United States on Wednesday morning.

All passengers on the Malaysia Airlines flight MH091 from Newark on Wednesday are urged to contact the Health Ministry by calling 03-88810200 or 03-88810300

Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the case made Malaysia the 36th country to be affected by the virus.

“Malaysia is now on high alert,” said Liow, who is in London now, enroute to Geneva, for a World Health Organisation meeting. He added he would return earlier than his scheduled return next Friday.

Liow said Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha who is now the acting Health Minister would hold a press conference with the deputy health director general Datuk Dr Ramlee Rahmat at Putra Jaya at 3pm

Meanwhile, A statement by the Health Ministry's director-general, Dr. Ismail Merican, said the young man was hospitalised on Thursday for fever, sore throat and body aches.

Tests confirmed that he was infected with the A(H1N1) virus, the statement said. He is receiving anti-viral treatment and was in stable condition, it said.

Ismail said the ministry had contacted members of his family but they have not been placed under quarantine.

Ismail said his department was taking steps to protect public health and that there was no reason to panic.

Meanwhile, Bernama reported that a man from Bukit Mertajam held under observation at the isolation ward of the Penang Hospital has been declared free of Influenza A (H1N1).

"We just got a report that the blood test on the 26-year-old man was negative," State Health, Welfare, Caring Society and Environment Committee chairman Phee Boon Poh said when contacted by Bernama Friday.

A test on a sample of his blood had been sent to Kuala Lumpur.

The man was kept for observation Thursday after he was found to have fever and symptoms similar to those of Influenza A (H1N1) on his return from the United States.

Two weeks ago, a New Zealand tourist was admitted to the isolation ward of the hospital for suspected Influenza A (H1N1) but a blood test also showed up negative.

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The current selection of Public Service Department (PSD) is based on four criteria - merit (20%), race preferences (60%), Sabah and Sarawak citizens (10%) and students from underprivileged groups (10%). In addition to that, students with poor academic results but excellent in their co-curriculum activities will also have good chance to secure the scholarship.

Thus, only in Malaysia, if you are a smart Chinese student, your chance to get that scholarship is only 20% (based on merit). A whopping 60% quota is allocated for the Malays regardless if their result is excellent or not. Another obvious loop hole is that PSD will make sure 60% quota are given to the Malays even if all 60% are below average. I don't mind if all the 60% quota is given to smart Malays students but that is not the case. Fulfilling the quota just for the sake of quota is thus depriving other smarter MALAYSIAN.

Picture: Most scholarship wasted on Mawas standard students.

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Weaker Malays doesn't mean it will make the Chinese stronger. Weaker Malays will make Malaysia weaker

From the Star

PSD scholarship review

PUTRAJAYA: The Government will review the selection criteria for Public Services Department scholarships, said MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat.

He said a meeting would be held among Barisan Nasional component party leaders, the PSD director-general and the Chief Secretary to the Government today.

They will discuss the matter and reconsider rejected cases.

“All four MCA ministers had met with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to discuss the cases highlighted to us regarding the selection of PSD scholarship recipients.

“The same issue was also brought up at the Cabinet meeting. The Prime Minister has agreed to review the criteria,” he told a press conference here yesterday.

The MCA, he said, received many complaints where students considered the best in certain states were not selected for the scholarships.

“Instead, the moment they were informed about their unsuccessful bid to obtain scholarships to study overseas, the students were asked whether they would accept offers to study at local public universities or foreign universities based in Malaysia.

“This is a very serious situation where students do not get enough time to consider their decision,” he said, adding that such circumstances must be stopped.

Currently, Ong said, the selection is based on four criteria - merit (20%), race (60%), Sabah and Sarawak citizens (10%) and students from underprivileged groups (10%).

He said if meritocracy was part of the criteria, the students’ co-curriculum activities and interviews should not be included for consideration.

“Meritocracy means it should solely be the students’ results and not any other areas,” he said.

On another matter, Ong said he had briefed the Cabinet on the Port Klang Free Zone issue but nothing was discussed in detail.

Meanwhile, the Port Klang Authority would be holding an emergency board meeting at 10am today to approve the terms and conditions for the release of the audited report prepared by accounting firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers, port au-thority chairman Datuk Lee Hwa Beng said.

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Justice prevail temporarily. Pakatan Rakyat’s Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin is the real mentri besar of Perak (again !) after the Kuala Lumpur High Court decided today.

Judge Datuk Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim said in his ruling that the only way the mentri besar can be removed is through a vote of no-confidence that must be taken in the state legislative assembly.

“Once a mentri besar is appointed, he is answerable only to the assembly,” he told the court, noting both political factions, PR and Barisan Nasional (BN) each had an equal number of 28 seats in the Perak State Assembly.

“Therefore, based on democratic practice, any measure of loss of confidence in the mentri besar of Perak leadership should be taken by vote of no-confidence against him on the floor of the state legislative assembly. Only in this manner can the mentri besar be forced to resign,” he added.

Justice Abdul Aziz pointed out that because of the “lacuna” (Latin for “loophole”) in the law, the court could not read it to mean something that did not exist.

He added that the only way to correct the loophole was for the law to be amended.

He also noted Nizar was not challenging the Sultan’s royal rights as a constitutional monarch but was suing Zambry for usurping his post as MB when he had not quit or been dismissed by the assembly.

Turning his attention to Zambry, the respondent in the lawsuit, the judge explained there had been a clear way out.

“If the respondent’s claim in this case is truly undeniable, that he has 31 majority, after the three ADUN expressed support, commanded the confidence of the majority and His Royal Highness had refused to consent to the request of the applicant to dissolve the assembly, why the BN did not request His Royal Highness to summon the assembly for a special sitting so that a motion of no-confidence can be made to pass against the applicant?” quizzed Justice Abdul Aziz.

“That would have been in accordance with the democratic process,” he highlighted.

The High Court also rejected an oral appeal from Barisan Nasional’s (BN) Datuk Seri Zambry Abd Kadir to suspend the declaration as he was planning to file an appeal with the Court of Appeal in Putrajaya.

But Justice Abdul Aziz told Zambry’s chief counsel Datuk Cecil Abraham he could still make a written application to the High Court after checking with the authorities.

Nizar’s chief counsel Sulaiman Abdullah explained to reporters later that if the High Court had granted Zambry’s request for a stay of the declaration, Nizar would not be able to immediately seek an audience with the Sultan and as the lawful MB ask for a dissolution of the assembly.

Nizar, who attended the court hearing today, looked stunned when he heard the judge decide in his favour.

He was immediately engulfed in hugs and congratulatory handshakes from his wife Fatimah Taat and peers from the three-party PR alliance, including Pas election director Datuk Mustafa Ali, PKR’s vice-president Azmin Ali and Perak DAP chief Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham.

Speaking to reporters after disentangling himself from the multiple arms around his neck, Nizar said he was going to seek an audience with the Perak sultan and ask for the assembly to be dissolved, paving the way for fresh statewide elections.

“I’ll be approaching the palace for dissolution almost immediately on arrival to Ipoh. I will seek an audience with Tuanku,” he said.

But Nga Kor King of the DAP believes Sultan Azlan Shah is now in the United States. He told The Malaysian Insider the Perak PR alliance will hold a meeting tonight to discuss the next step while waiting for an audience with the ruler.

“We must give the Sultan time,” he stressed.

Meanwhile, Bernama reported that the police have warned the public not to gather near the state secretariat here to prevent any untoward incident.

Perak police chief Datuk Zulkefli Abdulah said police would take action against those who defied the order.

The police, including the Federal Reserve Unit, have been stationed at the building, he said when contacted today, and insisted that the situation was under control.

Raja Nazrin agrees to meet Nizar
By Baradan Kuppusamy

KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 – The Regent of Perak Raja Nazrin Shah has agreed to see Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin, who was today declared the legitimate mentri besar of Perak by a Kuala Lumpur High Court.

Nizar will meet the Regent at 8.30am tomorrow to ask for the dissolution of the Perak state legislative assembly to pave the way for a fresh state election, according to several Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders including Sungkai assemblyman S. A. Sivanesan.

“I just talked with Nizar and he confirmed to me that he has secured an audience with the Regent at 8.30am,” Sivanesan told The Malaysian Insider.

“Nizar will request for dissolution of the legislature for a fresh election,” Sivanesan said adding he hoped the request is not rejected. “Nizar has the legitimate right now that he is the legitimate mentri besar to request for dissolution.”

Sultan Azlan Shah, PR leaders said, is in the United States.

PR assemblymen are also meeting from 11pm tonight to strategise their plans for Tuesday even as the Barisan Nasional (BN) rush to court on tomorrow to set aside the declaration that Nizar is the rightful mentri besar.

Tomorrow is set to be a climatic day with the royal audience, BN rushing to court and Nizar trying to enter his office with police already surrounding the state secretariat building since 4pm today.

Justice Abdul Aziz Rahim declared today that a mentri besar can only be removed by a vote of confidence on the floor of the state assembly.

Najib: We will appeal against decision
By Shannon Teoh

KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 – The prime minister said that Barisan Nasional (BN) will appeal the Kuala Lumpur High Court decision declaring Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin as the rightful mentri besar of Perak.

Datuk Seri Najib Razak said this evening that BN will file an appeal tomorrow.

“We are appealing against the decision. We hope for an early date for the appeal,” he told reporters after meeting Pemudah, the special taskforce established to simplify business dealings with the government. “We feel we have a strong case.”

The High Court had today also ordered Datuk Seri Zambry Abdul Kadir and his executive officers to vacate their offices, and the judge also rejected an appeal from Zambry for a stay of the declaration.

When asked by reporters if the state assembly should be dissolved and elections held, Najib replied that it was the Sultan of Perak’s decision to make.

He added that he has not made any arrangement to meet the Perak ruler.

However, Nizar is seeking an audience with the Perak Sultan to ask for consent to dissolve the state assembly.

When asked about moving a motion of no-confidence against Nizar instead of appealing the court decision, Najib replied that their first action will be to appeal.

Najib also asked Perakians to keep calm.

“Don’t get overexcited,” he said. “We will solve the problem.”

Several police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) trucks have been observed pulling up at the Perak State Secretariat in Ipoh and state police chief Datuk Zulkefli Abdulah has warned the public not to gather near the secretariat complex to prevent any untoward incident.

Pakatan says it again - dissolve assembly to end crisis
By Lee Wei Lian

KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 – Backed by this afternoon’s Kuala Lumpur High Court decision that declared their man as the rightful mentri besar of Perak, Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders today reiterated their calls that the state assembly be dissolved and state elections held in order to end the ongoing political crisis in Perak, now in its fourth month.

PR leaders said that they will not cling to power despite the Kuala Lumpur High Court ruling in their favour but will still seek state elections instead.

“Dissolving the assembly will allow the people to determine a government who has their mandate and their trust,” said Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in his blog this evening.

Anwar also noted that the validity of the assembly sitting under the tree in March should be recognised where three resolutions were passed, including a resolution to dissolve the state assembly.

DAP secretary general Lim Guan Eng also called of an immediate dissolution of the Perak state assembly and that an election be held.

“Only by returning power to the people can honour be returned to Perak and Malaysia,” Lim said in a media statement.

PAS secretary general Datuk Kamarudin Jaafar said that dissolving the state assembly was “the only genuine solution.”

“The mess created by Barisan Nasional is beyond repair except through a dissolution of the state assembly,” he told The Malaysian Insider.

When asked about the possibility of BN convening an emergency assembly sitting to move a motion of no confidence against Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin, Kamarudin replied: “That is not going to solve the issue.”

The Sultan of Perak had sworn in Datuk Seri Zambry Abdul Kadir as the new mentri besar in February after requesting that Nizar resign.

Judge Datuk Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim said in his ruling today however, that the only way the mentri besar can be removed is through a vote of no-confidence that must be taken in the state legislative assembly.

The judge also ordered Zambry and his six executive councillors to vacate their offices.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak told reporters this evening that BN will file an appeal tomorrow.

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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

What is One Black Malaysia

One Black Malaysia or simply, 1BackMalaysia is a campaign slogan for the wear-black call as '1BlackMalaysia: Democracy first, elections now', a play (a parody) on Mr Najib's '1Malaysia: People first, performance now' tagline. It was introduced by activist Wong Chin Huat. The 1BlackMalaysia campaign was to be a peaceful, yet powerful message of 'civil disobedience'. Wong Chin Huat has since been arrested for wearing black under the Malaysia Sedition Act.

Wong however, did urged the public to 'paint every state, territory, town and village black with clothes, headbands, hats, turbans, veils, armbands, ribbons and stickers'. 'Let us be united in one black colour and let's show the world that the 1Malaysia under Najib is 1BlackMalaysia living in darkness,' he said.

Below was the SMS call for 1BlackMalaysia (received by most PR members in West Malaysia).

May 7. Wear black. Show Najib 1BLACKMALAYSIA. Say no to umno’s plot to occupy perak legislature after occupying perak state government. Let everyone WEAR black on May 7. 1BLACKMALAYSIA

Developing story related to 1BlackMalaysia
* Chaos In Perak With 6 Law Makers Arrested

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Perak Speaker V. Sivakumar has asked BN MB Zambry Abdul Kadir and six other BN representatives to leave the hall and this turned the assembly into a scene of chaos amid shouting and screaming. A total disregard of respect to the state assembly for all parties, Pakatan Rakyat and Barisan Nasional representatives.

Meanwhile, police has locked down Ipoh city ahead of a controversial state assembly meeting and traffic around Ipoh turned into a gridlocked as police rolled out barbed wire and mounted road blocks nearby the state assembly building.

List of elected Perak law makers arrested by the police:
1. P. Sugumaran
2. PKR Wanita cheif and Ampang MP Zuraida Kamarudin
3. DAP Teratai assemblywoman Jenice Lee
4. Ayer Keroh's Khoo Poay Tiong
5. Bahau's Tey Kok Seong
6. Parit Buntar MP Mujahid Rawa
7. Sungai Siput MP Dr Michael Jeyakumar
8. Kubang Kerian MP Salahuddin Ayub
9. former Perak DAP chief Lau Dak Kee
10. 61-year-old DAP supporter RK Muthu
11. Ipoh Barat MP M. Kulasegaran
12. six 1BlackMalaysia supporters

This shameful and outrageous choatic situation in Ipoh is a national and international disgrace.

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Another farce of the police force. The police has arrested activist Wong Chin Huat under the Sedition Act for advocating to wear black tomorrow. Wong's message had political undertones related to the Perak political impasse and the state assembly meeting approved by Sultan Azlan Shah to get a new speaker and, well, endorse the palace-appointed Datuk Seri Zambry Abdul Kadir as Mentri Besar. So if you wear black, you might get arrested by the Malaysian police. Duh.

More people are expected to follow Wong's prophetic words, "Let everyone see a sea of black walking into an office, market, mosque, temple, church, college, park, bus... let us be united in one black colour to show the world that the 1 Malaysia under Najib Razak is 1 BlackMalaysia living in darkness”.

In more ways than one, the civil disobedience movement called 1 BlackMalaysia will have to thank the Royal Malaysian Police.

Their fashion sense has helped the cause, even if it has blackened Malaysia's name further.

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PKR Youth leader Badrul Hisham and the unidentified activist were arrested in relation to this morning’s event, in which opposition members tried to deliver a cake to Najib. The Putrajaya OCPD Razak himself ‘turun padang” to arrest these people. Wow! Such an expensive arrest! Anyway, the joke is: the cake, which weighs 5kig was “squashed” by the police for SECURITY REASONS! Below is the offending cake.

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