Anwar Ibrahim, Azmin Ali and Amiga must not be allowed to go scot-free for the mayhem on 28 April 2012.These anarchists must be punished according to the law just like any of those protesters unfortunate enough to be caught by the police.
Those in collusion and those that instigated the rioting should carry the same punishment. The government should not fear a backlash as there wouldn't be any. The people have now seen the real Anwar Ibrahim and his willingness to resort to unlawful action to grab power.
This may be a cry in the wild and how my self-made "lawya burok" sees it.
If the police can charge other protesters, why not Anwar and Azmin, both are law makers who should have known the laws better, but wantonly provoked protesters to break the law.
Amiga is an accomplice and instrumental for organising the rally on behalf of the oppositions under the pretext of peaceful rally for free and fair elections.
All can be charged under Sections 146,149,152 and 153 of the Penal Code (Act 574).
Anwar and Azmin could be charged under the section below.
153.Wantonly giving provocation, with intent to cause riot.
The sentence for the above crime is very light, one year, with fine, or with both.
The police and the AG should be in a better position to know what to charge these troublemakers with.
From Lim Chee Wei of "Stop The Lies" who wrote:
"An obituary is something that is not easy to write. One never knows
what to say as consoling those that have lost a loved one is nearly
always an exercise in futility. The violence and chaos that rained down
on thousands of bused-in opposition members led by PKR deputy president
Azmin Ali yesterday was the final nail in the coffin of the political
life his mentor, Anwar Ibrahim". Read more here .
All fingers are pointing at Anwar and Azmi as the culprits and all eyes are watching the AG whether he has the balls to charge them.
In the meantime, enjoys the blues.