Friday, October 23, 2009

Musa Hassan, Hamid Albar and Hisham Hussein In Trouble?

Note: Application being lodged is TBC as of now.

Source: (here)



In what may yet turn out to be an unprecedented bold act by a Human Rights group to reverse the fortunes of a much persecuted minority community, Malaysia’s Tamils ( and other minorities including Indonesian illegal workers), a leading British Queens Counsel (QC) has been briefed and has agreed to take on prosecution of the current serving Inspector General of Police, his immediate predecessor in office, Malaysia’s former Minister of Home Affairs (Syed Hamid Albar) and the current incumbent in that position Hishamuddin Tun Hussein Onn for crimes against humanity, the gross violation of Human Rights in Malaysia (extra judicial killings) and for torture.

Under the new doctrine of Justice and Accountability, a principle that seeks to end impunity for sovereign offenders believed to be responsible for the commission of or abetting of offences that violate Human Rights, the current action (if confirmed) would indicate that “the tail has finally found the muscle and coordinates to wag the proverbial dog” in Malaysia where Tamils have historically faced systemic and systematic persecution and marginalisation at the hands of a race based government.


My note: If this is true, then the three are in big trouble. I bet that APCO, the PR company employed by the government has to come in to clean this mess, as well as improving Najib's PR image. The curse and the sins of what they did finally could hit them back.

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