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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonlim View Post
    I am no Lawyer, just an instant noodle cooker.... but if a man is accused of murdering an individual by means of strapping her with C4 all around her body and blow her up, why is he still be allowed to go oversea? Shouldn't the person get his passport revoked and asked to be in the country until the trial is over?
    I am no lawyer too, I guess the reason why the person can go oversea without any restriction is because the previous appeal court ruled them not guilty and release them at once.

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    I am also no lawyer but I know if I do not pay my RM500 outstanding tax or pay my monthly PTPTN loan installment of RM150, they will bar me from leaving the country.

    Is it b'cos of different set of laws apply to different people?

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    It's just January, and we already have the joke of the year ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Challenger View Post
    I am also no lawyer but I know if I do not pay my RM500 outstanding tax or pay my monthly PTPTN loan installment of RM150, they will bar me from leaving the country.

    Is it b'cos of different set of laws apply to different people?
    Obviously they paid their tax and didn't owe PTPTN money.

    I wonder if someone being sentenced to death will come back from oversea willingly or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AltV View Post
    Obviously they paid their tax and didn't owe PTPTN money.

    I wonder if someone being sentenced to death will come back from oversea willingly or not?
    AltV you are absolutely right. Will the someone come back so that the gahment can hang him? Lots of people are willing to pay for his airfare to come back so that he can be hanged, but the question is, will he come back to be hanged.

    Also, what's going to happen to a certain fat woman? And her darling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Challenger View Post
    I am also no lawyer but I know if I do not pay my RM500 outstanding tax or pay my monthly PTPTN loan installment of RM150, they will bar me from leaving the country.

    Is it b'cos of different set of laws apply to different people?
    Bingo! You made my day.

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    He may seek ASYLUM on humanitarian grounds on the basis that if he goes back to Malaysia, he will be dead. Some countries do oppose death penalty vehemently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    He may seek ASYLUM on humanitarian grounds on the basis that if he goes back to Malaysia, he will be dead. Some countries do oppose death penalty vehemently.
    Think outside the box.... he might be paid big money if he even utters the words "I came to Australia as this place seems peaceful and quiet to write my "Kisah Benar Seorang Assassin..." memoirs.... I am sure some people do not want him to do that.... gimme that RM24 million diamond ring, ma'am!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentinel View Post
    Think outside the box....
    Surprisingly odd isn't it?....how with this case....there is always a 'spanner thrown into the works' everytime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    He may seek ASYLUM on humanitarian grounds on the basis that if he goes back to Malaysia, he will be dead. Some countries do oppose death penalty vehemently.
    asylum on humanitarian grds? he is a murderer!!

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    Honestly, put yourself in his shoes, you have been sentence to death by the court... "Sudah bungkus"... if he step his foot back in Malaysia he will be dead for sure...
    Why he want to come back now? He can run, hide in the Australian bushes, live with the natives, save his life, marry the chief bush man's daughter, live happily ever after...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonlim View Post
    Honestly, put yourself in his shoes, you have been sentence to death by the court... "Sudah bungkus"... if he step his foot back in Malaysia he will be dead for sure...
    Why he want to come back now? He can run, hide in the Australian bushes, live with the natives, save his life, marry the chief bush man's daughter, live happily ever after...
    He can even present her a diamond wedding ring worth RM24 million....

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    Honestly, what we have been through during this Pm is getting very real and frightening. This the case of releasing a monster
    and the monster gets out of control. He knows no Master and he knows no law other than his own. Now , you can see that the master's own people are not spared. Life is going to be difficult for the younger generation as our Constitution means nothing
    to this monster. Everyone can refuse to enforce the Highest Court Order citing that the monster law contradict it.

    Malaysia, once Truly Asia is going backwards. It is crazy, how do you explain it to others that the convicted murderer is not being shown to Malaysian and now it is still at large. It is like "Wanted, but we cannot show how he looks like , classified "

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    In this country, any judgement arrived can be appealed and so are most Commonwealth countries. Our law follows the English Common Law. But lately , we have judgement arrived but the courts cannot enforce their sentences. The enforcer may choose not to as it contradict another law. This new intervention makes an appointed guardian so powerful that it contradicts our Constitution. The ruling gomen cannot and dare not intervene for fear of being labelled as unpopular.

    To me it is the case of releasing the monster and now the monster is out of control. Goodluck, for the monster knows no Master and do not differentiate between truth, lie, race and creed. In the end the master"s decendants will receive the wrath of the very monster their forefather release. As you can see, it is happening .

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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    He may seek ASYLUM on humanitarian grounds on the basis that if he goes back to Malaysia, he will be dead. Some countries do oppose death penalty vehemently.
    See, just as expected ... http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/cat...s-extradition/
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