Wednesday, November 21, 2007

IS THIS SELECTIVE PROSECUTION ?

HANTU LAUT

This man may be guilty of the crime.What about the others and those in high offices? Do they have immunity from prosecution ? Let's hope this is not a wishy-washy attempt at witch-hunting. There are bigger fish out there that should also be hauled up for prosecution.

Another charge against Ramli

photo Kota Kinabalu: Commercial Crime Investigation Department Director Datuk Ramli Yusuff was charged in the Sessions Court here, Monday, with abuse of power over the use of a police aircraft for his personal advantage.

Ramli, 55, based in Bukit Aman, Kuala Lumpur, is the country's third highest ranking police officer and a former Sabah Police Commissioner.

He pleaded not guilty before Judge Duncan Sikodol and was released on RM10,000 bail with one surety. Trial was fixed for Feb. 18-22, next year.Full story......

2 comments:

Zawi said...

Hantu Laut,
If it is not selective prosecution, what else can you call it? It is the price you have to pay for going against the grain.
Another way to look at it is a sacrficial lamb to show the country how hard they are going against corruption and prove to the people that even the big fish is not spared. But is this the biggest fish?

Hantu Laut said...

Zawi,
This time the people are not going to buy it.Malaysians are beginning to wake up to use their democratic rights and I do hope it will be put to good use in the next general election.I don't thing we can replace the present government but they must not be given the 2/3 majority.

There are too much corruption in this country and the BN government are too big-headed to heed the peoples call to do something to reduce it.