Tuesday, 6 May 2008


Blogger Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin is expected to be charged with sedition at the Kuala Lumpur Court in Jalan Duta today.
The 58-year-old confirmed he received a telephone call from a police officer last night informing him to be at the court at 9.30am.
"I was told by an officer to appear in court to be charged with sedition with regard to an article posted on my website."The article he was referring to was "Let's send the Altantuya murderers to hell". It was posted on www.malaysia-today.net on April 25. The article contained allegations involving people whose names were given as well as events that allegedly took place just before Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu's murder.
Raja Petra was summoned to the Federal Commercial Crime Investigation Department headquarters on Friday to have his statement recorded. He was accompanied by his lawyer, William Leong.
The two came out some two hours later and Leong said that his client refused to answer questions until they were shown the police report lodged against him.

If Raja Petra Kamarudin (RPK) has the proof of Najib definite involvements, then make the stand (and proved) in the Court of Law. He among all people, has the highest numbers of collaborators and Lawyers (and political associates too) to assist him in doing so. Why engages in public opinion for such case that can result in someone else humiliations? Whats the need in doing so? Whats the catch?

If Raja Petra regards our court of law as shameful and untrusted, hence did thousands of unfortunate others. Not just his ever-so-popular Mr Sharibuu.

Surely with such intensity (and energy) in one man, Raja Petra; with whistle blowers and informers surrounding him, the truth about Malaysians killed in police custodies can easily be ripped open and made public by our dear Raja Petra. Why not do that? Why the double standard then? Were common Malaysians any less important than his favorite, Najib Tun Razak?

If Raja Petra cant find Judiciary platform that suits his highly intellectual thinking and indepth agenda, than fight for the establishment of one. Surely it will take time and efforts, but the whole idea and fight, efforts and scavenging shall meant priceless to million others in vain. Thats a far worthed contributing than anything others.

Just because we hate Najib and our sad judiciary system, it does not give us the absolute right to put everything in one dangling, hanging basket and smashes it to the ground. What more to humiliate a person (Najib) in such a writing that contained fragile and baseless accusations without the mere concern for facts and too, the respect for the court of law.

If we shouted demanding reformation, top to bottom, we should also be prepared to reform our thinking and action. PERIOD.

Im deeply distressed and sad with this kind of people who are taking advantage of the late Altantuya (Aminah) and her family, for the benefits of their CLEAR AND DANGEROUS AGENDA. And knowing Raja Petra, its even more so.
He's not above the LAW. No one does. And he should be made to bear the responsibility of his action IF he's found to be wronged.


Anonymous said...

Kita harus lah mempunyai hormat pada undang2. Apa yang susah nak faham mengenai perkara yang jelas sebegitu.

Kalau kita berani menulis keburukan, dakyah dan hasutan yang tidak benar, kita harus juga berani menanggungnya.

Raja Petra harus bertanggongjawab ke atas apa yang telah sesuka hati beliau lakukan.

Anonymous said...

RPK can rest in peace in jail!!! He deserved it lol!