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Withdrawing Charges

It s not without interest that the PN Attorney General should have felt it necessary to make a public statement concerning his letting off mega villain Musa.

If his laborious explanation of his decision represents the exact position why only now? How long have the “difficulties over getting documents from Hong Kong” persisted? The offences were committed long ago so why that problem? If it is in fact an actual problem and not just a lame excuse. More details are needed. Publish the correspondence! If you can and if you dare.

The Malaysian public are agog to see which criminal will be the next to benefit from this prosecutorial generosity. Poor misunderstood Naijb perhaps?

Professional reputation may not have the same importance in Malaysia as among the legal profession in London where the AG qualified, but it ought to have more than this.

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