Category Archives: Judiciary

A lone voice warns fellow judges against “obedient judiciary”

By V. ANBALAGAN It has been awhile since a senior judge has so publicly reminded his own peers of their oath to preserve, protect and defend the Federal Constitution – and that they should not be bullied by government leaders … Continue reading

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Datuk’s son rape case: Justice has not yet been granted

Written by Lim Sue Goan High Court judge Datuk V. T. Singham, who delivered a landmark judgement against the police force over the death of detainee A. Kugan three years ago, retired on his 65th birthday last Friday. Many lawyers … Continue reading

Posted in Court case, Crime, Judiciary

Justice Singham quits

PETALING JAYA: The High Court judge who delivered a damning verdict against the police and the Inspector General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar two days ago has opted for an optional retirement. Justice VT Singham, who turns 65 today, tendered … Continue reading

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Judicial independence icon George Seah passes away

Datuk George Seah, one of six heroic judges who tried to protect the independence of the Malaysian judiciary when it came under assault during the Mahathir admininistration, has died at the age of 81. Former Supreme Court judge Seah (photo) … Continue reading

Posted in Judiciary, Obituary

Gwo Burne releases new ‘judicial fixing’ clip

By Kow Gah Chie Kelana Jaya MP Loh Gwo Burne, who became famous for releasing the VK Lingam video clip back in 2007, has released a new clip that he says shows the judiciary to be susceptible to corruption. The … Continue reading

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Time to reopen 1996 judicial misconduct case

By Lim Kit Siang MP SPEAKS I fully support the call by three former Court of Appeal judges for the re-opening of old cases of graft allegations against judges, including the 33-page complaint by Malaysia’s first judicial whistleblower in 1996 … Continue reading

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