Saturday, August 19, 2017

Apandi Ali's Twisted Version of Justice

Former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad mocked Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali (left) for coming up with his own twisted version of justice – where a person accused of crimes can absolve himself by simply saying, “I did not do it”.
He was inferring that Apandi is a sly fox and how he had treated Najib Razak with kid gloves.
“All he did was ask Najib, ‘did you do anything wrong?’ Najib then replied ‘I did not do anything wrong’. And ‘judge’ Apandi tells the people, ‘Najib did not do any wrong’. It is as simple as that”.
And Mahathir continued: “So I told Anwar Ibrahim that he has a good chance of getting out of jail. Just answer ‘I am not guilty’ and you will be free. These are the new laws under Najib”. Mahathir was referring to the sodomy conviction that saw his former deputy jailed for five years from February 2015.
LOL! Malaysia is a laughing stock!
Today, Celtic clocked up another dominant performance and 2-0 victory over Kilmarnock thanks to strikes by James Forrest (40) and Callum McGregor (88).
Yesterday, I was at Meja Kitchen & Bar at Sunway Velocity Mall in Jalan Peel in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur for the Lectern KL Toastmasters meeting. There, I delivered my CC speech #8 titled "Fork and Knife".


I also evaluated an Advanced speech and I earned a Best Evaluator ribbon for that!

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