Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Crippled Kangaroo Limping slowly







In today's proceedings it was during cross examination by Dr CSJ, and due to just one question being objected by prosecution it sparked a length all day long argument that is still not yet over by 18:15hr and will continue tomorrow. :-0

What one the defense councils pointed out today before Dr CSJ cross examination that gazette defined the boundary of the area which the prosecution's charges are all based on is outdated that Parliament Lane no longer exist.

The council asked the prosecution's witness number 2 (Licensing Officer Yeo Kok Leong) to draw lines on a Singapore Land Authority's map (printed from http://www.map.gov.sg re-enlarged shown above with my sketchings) in accordance with the gazette's (first 2 pictures above, click to enlarge) definition text. The witness is not able to draw out a complete area defined by those text in the end!

See what gazette this million dollar parliament came out with?!

I later did some home work and found out that there are basically 4 huge problems with the boundary definition text in gazette, not just limited to that Parliament Lane, according to official government map website.

  1. Parliament Lane ceased to exist, it is now Old Parliament Lane
  2. Section of road in between War Memorial & The Padang is called Raffles Avenue on Land Authority's map instead of Stamford Road
  3. There is none or no longer valid definition of Left Bank Of Singapore River
  4. The boundary tried to include not just the parliament + the supreme court, it is actually a huge public area in question
In indicated in purple color in the map here above, the sections of broken boundary defined by gazette.

The Singapore River as on 15 March 2008 (day of Tak Boleh Tahan in question) ceased to be a natural geographical river, and like many other original rivers in Singapore (Kallang, Kranji, Seletar, Pierce, Macritchie) had been converted into fresh water reservoirs, which are artificial lakes essentially, that there is no longer a mouth of river flowing into the sea, and that boats or vessels can no longer travel between the original river and the sea, because either a dam or Dyke had been constructed to enclose the original mouth of river.

Original Singapore River & Kallang River are joint into a fresh water reservoir by Marina Barrage. Rightly a river should have banks differentiated by (geographical definations) either North or East or South or West, not Left nor Right. More so when it had became a reservoir that has no mouth to define Left from Right which are biological definitions.
To be most ridiculous, the so called gazetted area banning assembly & procession of TWO or More persons, based on which the 19 activists were charged against, attempted with it's own faulty boundary definition a huge area including:

  • public roads e.g. Supreme Court Lane; St Andrew's Road & Parliament Place
  • commercial building such as The Adelphi (AGC's office inside)
  • the Old Parliament Art House
  • entire Padang field
  • Singapore Cricket Club
  • Singapore Recreation Club
  • Riverside Promenade
There are lots of public facilities and even restaurants & shops & private offices within the gazetted area of prohibition. Therefore the prohibition is not regularly nor equally enforced most of the time.

The overly broad boundary and unenforced prohibition actually opened a huge hole in the prosecution's case, in addition to the faults found in the definition text itself, caused it to be even more broken.

I made submission that the boundary is:

  1. Outdated
  2. Faulty
  3. Erroneous
  4. Incomplete
  5. Ambiguous
  6. Misleading
  7. Doubtful &
  8. Should be regarded as Invalid
Therefore I can say the prosecution's case is crippled.

Any person could allege any others who are found within this huge prohibition area to be in an illegal assembly or procession, while such measures are no enforced, there is no basis for the activist to be charged or trialled for offenses against such ironical prohibitions.
Assemblies and processions
5. —(1) The Minister may make rules —
(a) regulating assemblies and processions in public roads, public places and places of public resort;
(b) providing for the grant of permits for holding assemblies and processions in public roads, public places and places of public resort, and the fees to be charged therefor;
(c) for keeping order and preventing obstruction or inconvenience in public roads, bridges, landing places, and all public places and places of public resort; and
(d) prescribing the punishment by a fine not exceeding $5,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 3 months or both for any act or omission in contravention of the provisions of any such rules.
[10/89]
(2) The Minister may by order prohibit or restrict, subject to such conditions as may be specified in the order, the holding of any assembly or procession in any public road, public place or place of public resort specified in the order.
[10/89]
(3) A Deputy Commissioner of Police may, with the concurrence of the Minister, prohibit or restrict the holding of any assembly or procession in any specified public road, public place or place of public resort in any particular case where the Deputy Commissioner is satisfied that the holding of such assembly or procession may result in public disorder, damage to property or disruption to the life of the community.
[10/89]
(4) Any person who —
(a) organises or assists in organising any assembly or procession in any public road, public place or place of public resort in contravention of any order under subsection (2) or any prohibition or restriction under subsection (3) shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $10,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or to both; or
(b) participates in any assembly or procession in any public road, public place or place of public resort where he knows or ought reasonably to have known that the assembly or procession is held in contravention of an order under subsection (2) or any prohibition or restriction under subsection (3) shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $1,000.


To prove my point tomorrow, I will apply for Warrants of Arrest against persons who are reasonably believe to be committing same offends in the same area for which I had been arrested and charged for:

  • Attorney General Professor Walter Woon & his DPPs (whose office is within the area of prohibition)
  • Chief Justice Chan Sek Kiong & his supreme court judges (whose office is within the area of prohibition)
  • The Parliament Speaker & his staffs (whose office is within the area of prohibition)
  • Old Dog Thief Lee Kuan Yew & Son & their body guards (they form ilLEEgal assembly in persons and their motorcade convoys formed ilLEEgal processions)

I will lodge magistrate complains against these above persons in open court tomorrow and then apply to District Judge Chan Wee Keat for warrants of their arrests immediately.

If these persons were brought to court and charged tomorrow, I will be happy to plea guilty to charges I face. :-)


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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Day2, 24.Oct.2008, Judge Coached testimony of the 1st witness!

1 day subsequent to the illegal trial, what had happened unreported?

During cross-examination of the 1st witness - SSG Nor Hidah Md Ali Jinnah - police photographer, one other defendant in person asked a simple question:

Witness, at what time of the day did you took these photos?

Before the witness on the stand could answer, the presiding judge snapped in and pointed out that the time at which photos were taken were printed as 1147HRS on the cover of photos' binder.

I stood up to verify this was the case:

Your honor may I know weather did the witness answered the question?


Judge acknowledge that witness had not answered yet, but he is aware that the answer could be found on the cover of photos' binder.

I objected immediately, that the presiding judge was giving evidence from his bench.

Presiding judge was providing the answer to the question asked by the defense's cross examination on behalf of the witness on the stand, before even the witness had a chance to answer it!

I insisted that this is coaching the testimony of the witness on the stand from the judge's bench, that witness had been coached on where to find the answer for the cross examination question (regarding the time of the day at which the witness took these photos).


My objection is registered on record of this illegal trial.

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Day 1, 23.Oct.2008 a unreported portion of trial

Tonight I decided to write some thing about the trial which had been excitingly foul.

A side story is famiLEE LEEgime AGC came to court 5 to try to serve document to Rizal & Shaffi to have them charged in high court for kangaroo T-shirt matters. I think calling the famiLEE LEEgime's courts Kangaroo disgraced the hopping Australian symbol.

When the trial proceeded until about 3-4 PM, the DPP began to make application for a joint trial for whole lot of few dozen charges faced by all the activists. ALL the accused persons objected the joint trial.

I pointed out at that point that, entire trial since 9:30am that morning had already been unlawful in violation of CPC section 168, that the trials had been already proceeded in illegally joint manner since 9:30am, in that trials are supposed to be separated until, application for joint trial had been made and ruled for. In the entire proceeding since 9:30am, 1 presiding judge, and 1 prosecutor had already jointly dealt with dozens of charges involving 19 accused persons, TOGETHER in COLLECTIVE instead of individual manner, and matters such as copies of video evidence had been handled by court in joint manner, all these took place before any application nor ruling of joint trial had been made.

Separate charges for distinct offences.
168. For every distinct offence of which any person is accused there shall be a separate charge and every such charge shall be tried separately except in the cases mentioned in sections 169, 170, 172 and 176.

I knew since before the trial began that they were going to proceed in that unlawful manner, but I had just awaited until they started to make application of joint trial under CPC section 176, at about 4PM.

I asserted that the trial is thus already a mistrial, and all the unlawful proceedings this morning in violation against CPC section 168 are illegitimate and thus VOID. However, the famiLEE LEEgime court entirely ignore this and proceeded on as if nothing happened.

I reiterated to judge by likening this illegal trial to Pre-Marital Sex, that people had sex first and then go to ROM later to legitimize their sexual joining. :-)

Consider this: if famiLEE LEEgime's court could unlawfully join the trials first and then later legitimize it by an application, why can activists protest first and then make application for license of assembly and procession later?

What illegitimacy has the famiLEE LEEgime court got to try activists for assembly and procession without a license when itself had already broke law in similar manner at the very beginning of trial?

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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Shameful Coward Regimes Doing THE SAME FILTHY THINGS

Although I am on trial myself today after being wrongfully arrested and imprisoned by shameless coward famiLEE LEEgime along with 18 others. I am not going to write much about the excitingly filthy matters in famiLEE LEEgime's Pasar Malam Court. Instead I am asking people to set focus on Malaysia, where the Coward BN Regime today made a shameless desperate arrest for 12 patriotic Malaysians including a 6 year old girl - for ILLEGAL ASSEMBLY - exact the same draconian crap charge faced by myself and other Singaporeans today!



Are the 2 Shameful Desperate & Coward Regimes both pulling the same craps out of their lame asses all?

BN Cowards I Tak Boleh Tahan you!

Quote MalaysiaKini.Com

Uthaya's niece, 11 others held Andrew Ong | Oct 23, 08 6:08pm

The six-year-old niece of detained Hindraf leader P Uthayakumar was with 11 people arrested when they attempted to submit a letter at Prime Minister Department’s office in Putrajaya today.

MCPX

wahthamoorthy daughter memo 220108 w vwaishhnnaviP Vwaishhnnavi (right) is the daughter of Hindraf chairperson P Waythamoorthy who is currently in self-imposed exile in London. Her mother K Shanti was also among those arrested.

Police Watch Malaysia coordinator S Jayathas, who was also held, claimed that they had been told that they were part of an illegal assembly for having gathered near the entrance of the building.

“We were trying to obtain permission from the security guards for Vwaishhnnavi to submit her letter. They said that we were from Hindraf, but we insisted that we were concerned Indians who were accompanying Vwaishnnavi,” Jayathas when contacted.

They are currently at the Putrajaya district police headquarters, but police chief Abd Razak Abd Majid declined comment when contacted.

Kuala Lumpur police chief Muhammad Sabtu Osman confirmed the arrest of eight men and three women during the incident. He clarified that Vwaishhnnavi has not been arrested and is in her mother’s care.

He also said the 11 are being investigated under the Societies Act. (The Home Ministry had imposed a ban on Hindraf on Oct 15, declaring it an illegal grouping.)

Waythamoorthy furious

Contacted on her handphone while waiting for police to record her statement, Shanti said the group had attempted to submit a handwritten letter calling on Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to release all those detained under the Internal Security Act (ISA) .

“The appeal letter (in Vwaishhnnavi’s handwriting) asked the prime minister to release her uncle, (and other Hindraf leaders as well as) RPK (blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin, among other ISA detainees,” said Shanti.

“She said that Deepavali would not mean anything to her and all Malaysians, if they are not released.”

pak lah abdullah ahmad badawi putrajaya malaysiaShanti said the letter also included a invitation for Abdullah to attend the family’s ‘open house’ in conjunction with Deepavali.

“(Vwaishhnnavi) wrote that she would be waiting with flowers and cakes,” she added.

Contacted in London by phone, Waythamoorthy expressed outrage that his daughter, wife and supporters had been picked up by police.

“It’s ridiculous to arrest [sic] a child who has come to deliver a Deepavali card and a letter to the PM asking him to release all ISA detainees,” said an obviously incensed Waythamoorthy.

“This only shows that the PM is not telling the truth when he said he is a PM for everyone. He is not!”

On Dec 13 last year, five Hindraf leaders - Uthayakumar, M Manoharan, R Kenghadharan, V Ganabatirau and T Vasantha Kumar - were slapped with a two-year detention order under the ISA. They are being held at the Kamunting detention camp in Perak.

Meanwhile, about a small crowd of about 30 people had gathered outside the Putrajaya police headquarters from 7pm to find out the latest on the plight of those detained.




I am calling for patriotic Singaporeans & Malaysian to fight in join hands against the identical kind of lame coward regimes, REMOVE them and REFORM our 2 brotherly nations towards brighter futures.


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Thursday, October 16, 2008

HINDRAF made Illegal by BN Regime

Desperate and very stupid just like the famiLEE LEEgime, the BN regime now made the very popular HINDRAF an illegal organization. It is pathetic to see BN regime come out with this sort of lame political moves. BN & famiLEE LEEgime are very identical in their lame authoritarian styles. While BN is criminalizing HINDRAF, famiLEE LEEgime is citing contempt regarding these Kangaroo Court T-Shirts. These rulers are making laughing-stocks for themselves globally! :-) Predictably these authoritarians will share the same fate of self-destruction in very very near future.




Gov't declares Hindraf an illegal organisation

Quote MalaysiaKini.Com Oct 15, 08 7:10pm

The government today declared the Hindu Rights Actions Force (Hindraf) an illegal organisation with immediate effect.

MCPX

Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar said the decision was made after the ministry was satisfied with facts and evidence that showed "Hindraf had and was being used for unlawful purposes and posed a threat to public order and morality".

syed hamid albar putrajaya pc 310708 01"Based on powers vested under Section 5(1) of the Societies Act, Hindraf from today is declared an illegal organisation," he said in a statement today.

He said the order was being made as a result of monitoring and investigation on the organisation's activities by the Registrar of Societies (ROS) and Home Ministry, since Hindraf's inception.

Syed Hamid said if left unchecked, Hindraf would continue to pose a threat to public order, the security and sovereignty of the country as well as the prevailing racial harmony.

"The decision to declare Hindraf an illegal organisation is not based on one or two of its activities that are in contravention of the law but covers all the actions it has taken since being formed," he said.

Syed Hamid said Hindraf had all the criteria of an organised movement because it had filed for registration with the ROS on Oct 16 last year.

He added that the application was yet to be approved.

He also said that the organisation had actively exploited the Indian community to organise illegal assemblies and street demonstrations without permits.

Such acts, he said, had resulted in some members of the Indian community to rise up against the government.

Causing racial hatred

Syed Hamid also said that Hindraf's actions also caused hatred among the Malays and Indians in the country.

hindraf british petition rally 251107 gandhi"Hindraf has also tried to secure support from foreign countries for the purpose of pressuring the government to bow to its demands," he added.

Syed Hamid advised the public to distance themselves from Hindraf and not participate in any way in any of its activities.

In recent weeks, Hindraf has been in the limelight for all the wrong reasons for visiting Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's open house during the Hari Raya Aidil Fitri celebrations to deliver an anti-Internal Security Act message to the premier.

The act was seen by many in the government and the Malay media as unIslamic and uncalled for. Numerous calls were made for the organisation to be banned.

Hindraf gained prominence last November for organising a mass rally in Kuala Lumpur to highlight the plight of Indians in this country. Almost 30,000 people participated in the rally which brought the capital to a standstill.

Following that five Hindraf leaders were arrested and detained under the ISA last December.

Hindraf chairperson P Waythamoorthy had by then left the country to London to gain international lobby for the movement. He is still based in London and has been moving the organisation with the help of several key coordinators here.

Mark of the PM's failure

In an immediate reaction DAP stalwart Lim Kit Siang said the banning of Hindraf was a testimony to the failure of the prime minister to take nation-building to a new and more mature level.

lim kit siang 03"It is a retrogressive, vindictive and petty step which will hamper the nation-building healing process vital for Malaysians to feel one and united people again," he said in a statement.

He said that the "ham-fisted measures to ban Hindraf will only aggravate the disaffection among the Indian community".

He gave an assurance that opposition MPs will raise in Parliament the banning of Hindraf.

"I invite MPs from all the BN component parties to join with Pakatan Rakyat MPs to take a common stand - to demand that the home minister revoke the ban on Hindraf...," he said.

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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Thousand unhappy Peasants gathered at Speakers' Corner Saturday evening









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I must state that I only support peasants aggrieved by irresponsible adverts and lured by lucrative investment offers and misled into losses with naive mindsets, to voice up against these financial institutions, and bring awareness to public.

I am not supportive to calls for using public funds to bail-out any losses. I think this is most unfair because these losses are incurred by those who stood for financial gain with risks, this is their own gamble and their own consequences. They got gains and losses this is what they went in for. The public does not - not at all share their gains, and therefore should not be sharing their losses. These gamblers are not much more different from Casino gamblers, when they win they enjoy their profits without sharing with the public at all, they earned vacations; new cars; new houses etc all for themselves and not the public. When they lost no public funds should be abused to bail them out, they must learn from their own lessons and face their own consequences just as how they enjoyed their gains.

Public funds should not be used to bail out stock losers, just as public funds are not to be abused to bail out casino losers. Not even in the name of saving the economy. The member of public who did not took part in these gamble stand to gain nothing, and thus should not lose anything on behalf of these greed driven losers. The more you rescue these losers the more emboldened they got to take risk on behalf of the public, and the less they will learn from their lessons.

By the law of nature the losers are supposed to bear the consequences themselves without affecting other innocents who did not made any decision to take risk. Government should hold these innocent members of public entirely harmless instead of abusing funds from these innocent members of public to cover losses made by some who on their own decisions took risks to stand for personal gains without any benefit to the public.

When Temasek GIC made their huge losses it is already bonded unfairly by Singaporean tax payers, why must tax payers still further bear losses beyond the incompetence of famiLEE LEEgime / Temasek GIC?

Tax payers should stand up NOW and refuse to be suckers all the way!

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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Version 3 of Comemoration polos for Mr. JBJ


I will make available in a week or so this version of dry-fit polos (click on image to enlarge) for supporters of late Mr. JBJ to commemorate our icon of reform. It is quite politically neutral as it has only "In Commemoration of Joshua Benjamin Jeyaretnam born 5 Jan 1926 deceased 30 Sept 2008 In Our Hearts Forever...".

It will be available via Reform Party & other groups just to help them gain some fundings.

1st version were round-neck T-shirts with only "In Commemoration of Joshua Benjamin Jeyaretnam". 2nd version added "born 5 Jan 1926 deceased 30 Sept 2008", and 3rd version added "In Our Hearts Forever...".

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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Part 3 of Mr JBJ's funeral videos

These are the part 3 of release of video for Mr. JBJ's funeral. I have more videos but not going to be released online.

















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Sunday, October 05, 2008

Good Bye Mr JBJ Sir

I have got Giga Bytes of video of today's grand sending off for Mr. JBJ.




































Still being uploaded now, part 1 here, the rest may take another whole day to complete.

Good Bye Sir Mr. JBJ. I salute you!

To await for the production of the latest batch of commemoration T-shirts, I arrived last min at the Mount Vernon Parlor when hearse was already beginning to move. I fumbled to take video under heavy rain, and got it all wrong, I recorded only rubbish! Damn! Sorry Sir Mr. JBJ.

Today patriotic peasants sang National Anthem to honor Mr JBJ at his final send off. I got it on video. Just uploaded here:


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Right after the Anthem peasants applauded the final salute to Mr. JBJ with a round of hand clapping (I stopped recording then, I was too much in grief)
















































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