Tuesday 9 June 2009

PERAK CRISIS: Where is the Court of Appeal's Promised Written Judgment on the Nizar Vs Zambry Case: It is Already 18 Days.

Read here for more
The Three Incompetent Court of Appeal Judges Who Sat on the Case:
(Quote: "We have extraordinary judges with extraordinary ability."-
Sulaiman Abdullah, Lawyer. - Read here for more)

1. Md Raus Shariff,

2. Ahmad Maarop

3. Zainun Ali
Court of Appeal judge Datuk Md Raus Sharif had promised on May 22 that the written judgment would be made available IN A WEEK when Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin’s counsel Sulaiman Abdullah gave notice of leave application to the Federal Court to appeal.

"A WEEK " is SEVEN DAYS, not 18 days!

It is now 18 days since the Court of Appeal decision.

And Malaysians are still waiting to hear the legal "wisdom" of these three judges.

So, where is the Court of Appeal judgment in the Nizar vs Zambry case after its five-minute shotgun unanimous decision
18 days ago overturning the landmark decision of Justice Datuk Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim of Kuala Lumpur High Court by declaring Datuk Zambry Abdul Kadir (the self-claimed 3-in-1 Mandela, Gandhi, King) as the lawful Perak Mentri Besar?

Latest Update:

UMNO Chief Justice Zaki Azmi was made a TUN on the occasion of the Agong's birthday last Saturday.

What was his contribution to the nation to deserve a TUN?

His greatest contribution to date was
his service to UMNO and NOT to the country.

The Malaysian judiciary under his watch is seen blatantly bias and politically one-sided, the case in point is the Perak Crisis.

And the Federal Court and the Court of Appeal have NOT ruled according to law in cases involving the ruling political parties.
Read HERE and HERE and HERE

Read here and here and here

Yet Zaki Azmi as a member of the august institution of the judiciary is suspect: Read here for more
DAP’s member of parliament for Gelugor, Karpal Singh played an audio recording for reporters in the lobby of the parliament building which showed Chief Justice Tan Sri Zaki Azmi admitting he had engaged in bribery. The recording is claimed to have been made when Zaki was in Kuching last November.

The cassette tape recording played for reporters was not very clear but in general appeared to be consistent with the words contained in the NST report.

According to a 8 November 2008 report in the New Straits Times (NST), Zaki was reported to have said in Kuching:

" It took me six months to be nice, to BRIBE each and every individual to get back into their good books before our files were attended to. That was my personal experience. I am telling this to all the clerks and all the registries to stop this nonsense.”
- Zaki Azmi
On the same day that the NST story was published, Zaki issued a clarification that said:
“Your reporter must have interpreted what I said which is during that period there was corruption in order to get things done at the court registry, as I myself having done it. I have never in my life bribed or received any bribe.”
-Zaki Azmi
Karpal called the clarification a LIE and inconsistent with the audio recording.

Zaki Azmi married Nor Hayati Yahaya, 32, in May 2005 in a ceremony presided by a kadi from THAILAND and the marriage had fallen apart after three months. Both had agreed to burn the original marriage certificate to hide the matter from his FIRST wife. Read here for more

Malaysia's FORMER Chief Justice who was also a TUN
but Riddled with Scandal.

tun fairuz malaysia Pictures, Images and PhotosWe had a former Chief Justice who was also made a TUN, but had disgraced the judiciary with the scandalous "correct, correct, correct' Lingam Tape case.
Read here and here
"...An explosive video clip showing a senior lawyer in a telephone conversation allegedly with Chief Justice Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim was caught on tape discussing on the telephone with a senior lawyer on how to 'fix the judgments' of several cases. Among the matters being discussed on the video clip were:
  • the appointment of TUN Ahmad Fairuz as the Chief Judge of Malaya and his promotion as the Chief Justice. At that time TUN Ahmad Fairuz was the Chief Judge of Malaya, in charge of all High Court judges in Peninsular Malaysia.

  • a conversation discussing which judges should be promoted and that "loyal" TUN Ahmad Fairuz should be rewarded with a promotion.
  • We Say,
    It is time that a highest title, "Tun", should NOT be cheapened by conferring on those whose contribution to the NATION at large is highly questionable and whose integrity is suspect.

    In the eyes of ordinary Malaysians, it makes the title of a "Tun" into a joke and laughed at in conversations in mamak stalls.

    It is already bad enough that it is well-known among Malaysians for Datukships to have become a thriving dime-a-dozen industry

    We therefore appeal to His Majesty to use his royal prerogative and royal wisdom to ensure that those carrying the title "TUN" had truly served the nation well and proper and to individuals Malaysians can truly be proud of.
    -Malaysian Unplug

    (The Scandalous Story of former Chief Justice TUN Ahmad Fairuz
    and his Lawyer Friend Lingam Fixing Judicial Appointments)


    Anonymous said...

    When an Appeals Court Judge gave this indication the written judgment would be made available within a week, and it is still not readily available after 18 days, this shows how much integrity and trust we can place on the word from the horse's mouth sitting in that Bench. Say no more. If such word is no longer reliable coming out from the Malaysian Judiciary, I shudder to think what else is honourable to expect from the Palace of Justice with all its architectural grandeur in Putrajaya. As they say, mere hollowed justice.

    yapchongyee said...

    Don't hope for a written judgement to be produced by these judges because they will not know what to say even if they can in fact articulate their thoughts if any at all. In view of the respected opinions of such respected legal luminaries as Judge NH Chan, Prof. Andrew Harding, Art Haron, Imtaz etc; WHAT OTHER OPINIONS CAN THESE JUDGES COME UP WITH THAT COULD EVEN BE SENSIBLE AT ALL.

    From my own experiences with one of the judges on this dubious Court of Appeal Bench that adjudicated the Nizar v Zambry case, you can say that she is unable to know what is going on. I know because she awarded both (1) order for security for costs (2) Order for striking out to the same respondents after my wife had paid Rm.60,000 pursuant to her order for security for costs even when there was no application to set aside her first order for security for costs. The criminal thing about her actions is that by her order for security for costs respondents now retain my wife's Rm.60,000 plus Rm.20,000 interests that had been accrued for the years. This amonuts to obtaining money under false pretences, among other criminal charges that could be brought.

    If this judge does not know that when an order for security for costs is awarded then the case must go to trial as a matter of course; and also that when a case is struck out there cannot be any security for costs because "COST FOLLOWS TRIAL, AND SINE THERE IS NO TRIAL THERE CANNOT BE ANY COSTS, AND THEREFORE NO SECURITY FOR COSTS. Even such a simple logic escaped this judge, whose name i will not mention.

    ha ! ha!