Thursday, August 23, 2012

Ah, Umno Youth, Umno Youth!

Ah, Umno Youth, Umno Youth, thou art caught in the sticky tangle of Section 114A Evidence Act 1950!

What poetic justice were thou charged for possible publication of seditious material online.

Didn't your big brother Umno know that those who are wont to trap others might be trapped themselves? They call it the law of karma. I no believe in the law of karma, no offence meant to those who do. To each his own.

Just as I do not believe in the humbug law of s114A. But law is law, good or bad.

Now, just denying that the Facebook page with the offending item is not yours and lodging a report against it might not be enough.

Let's see what the court says.

But Malaysians aren't too confident that thou would be charged. You know lah.

And we really do believe that s114A should be repealed and not be allowed to remain in the statute book to mock us all.

The authorities should do their job and shoulder their responsibility to prove their case - that's what they are being paid for to do their job - not take the easy way out by leaving it to the accused to rebut a presumption.

Poor you, Umno Youth! And poor Malaysians all!

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