Thursday, March 24, 2011

Straits Times Today

Here's a snapshot of today's article in The Straits Times. We would like to thank Elizabeth Soh & Xiao Bin for their efforts.

6 comments:

  1. To save her from the gallows, you would need an experienced criminal lawyer to handle the appeal. I have done criminal litigation in Malaysia for few years before I ceased legal practice. Once your lawyer receives the Records of Appeal, you may refer such document to other lawyers for second opinion. You try to look for Mr. Gobind Singh at his law firm at Bukit Damansara, Gobind Singh Deo & Co. to seek his advice. Bearing in mind, this appeal at the Court of Appeal and even the Federal Court (subsequent stage) is very crucial in determining her fate, do not solely rely on any protest. I can be reached at yloon77@yahoo.com if you need further assistance.

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  2. Hi Yloon

    Thank you for the advice. We are currently in this process and definitely touch base with you should we received any roadblocks.

    Thanks again

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  3. Juz seek help from the YANG DI_PERTUAN AGUNG and the lawyers need to convince the AGUNG that she is innocents.

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  4. Epinzz,thanks for your advice.Will definitely look into this matter.

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  5. Don't the Malaysia authorities knows ATIQAH is just another victim of an african syndicate. Many of thier own country woman are victims too and now facing trials and some already convicted and put in jail in a foreign's land. Hmmmm.......

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  6. also start petition campaign http://www.care2.com/

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