12/10/2008

Two laws in paradise?

Fame criminal lawyer Subhas Anandan speaking his mind on the different treatment of crimes and offenders in our courts and also the boorish behaviour of judges. Ooooh, would this be a contempt of the court? He is questioning the arbitrary decisions of judges and 'wonders if there is one law for the rich and another for the poor.' Now, this is touchy business and the public who have no understanding of the courts of law should not get involved. Let's see if TOM or readers of TOM would start a discussion on these issues. I have so many things to say but as a layman, better to leave them to the learned counsels to their discourses.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes Redbean, you better stay out of this one. Better not say too much or speak your mind. Be very careful what you say, unless you want to be hauled in to face the judges indicated by Mr Anandan.

redbean said...

ya, i am very surprise that it is reported in tom.

Anonymous said...

I thought there is only one law, the law according to..., everything else is not.

Matilah_Singapura said...

How dare this person insult the esteem of the judiciary in this manner?

Jail and flog this subversive fellow.

The state has laws to prevent the expression of private thoughts, especially when those thoughts might impinge on the probity of the highest officers of the law.

It is common knowledge that to become a judge, one must be of impeccable character and as perfect a human being as is possible. This fellow — shame on him, he is a lawyer and an officer of the court — is trying to create trouble, stir up dissent and upset the general calm of the paradise the wonderful state has created.

Let justice be served!

redbean said...

he is very brave. better than tan kin lian.

Anonymous said...

finally a malay talent is speaking locally, praised be to....