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Najib Refused To Enter Dock – A Slap In The Face For Judiciary, Authorities & Mahathir Government



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Nov 17 2018
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Najib son of Razak continues to show he is still the boss, despite being charged at the Session Court today. The defiant crook deliberately refused to enter the “dock” during the case management over his 25 charges of graft and money laundering relating to transactions amounting to RM2.3 billion linked to 1MDB – and there was absolutely nothing anybody could do about it.

 

Already known as the Kangaroo Court, Judge Azura Alwi did not seem to be interested in exercising her authority to ensure the court receives its fair share of respect. Instead of entering the dock meant for the accused, the disgraced former Prime Minister Najib took a seat on a chair beside the dock instead, even after being asked politely to do so by a police officer on duty.

 

While the chair is meant for a person being summoned, the dock is for a person being accused. Najib knew it would be a great humiliation to enter the dock, making him the first premier to do so in the nation’s history since independence in 1957. So, he did it on purpose – to test what could the authorities do if he played dumb and refused to enter the dock.

Gopal Sri Ram - Retired Federal Court Judge

Even then, the court policemen were seen doing their job only after deputy public prosecutor Ahmad Akram Gharib – after being informed by lead prosecutor Gopal Sri Ram – gave the instruction to put the accused in the dock. However, armed with his mobile phone, Najib stubbornly remained seated outside the dock, like those defiant Pokémon players sitting on the floor of KLCC shopping mall.

 

Deputy Public Prosecutor Ahmad Akram Gharib said police could have taken action to force Najib to sit in the dock, but they decided not to stir up a fuss as the proceeding was only for a short period of time. Najib had remained on the chair until the proceedings ended 15 minutes later. Perhaps Najib had wanted to provoke the authorities all along – to create diversion so that his case can be postponed.

 

Still, the judiciary and the policemen should do their job accordingly without fear because the once invincible and powerful PM Najib Razak is now nothing but a well-known crook. Obviously, Mr. Najib should be punished immediately for contempt of court because he deliberately did it in front of a judge. Najib’s act of disrespectful could result in him being fined or even imprisoned.

Najib Razak - Mock and Insult Judge and Police

A classic example – former lawyer V K Lingam was sentenced to six months’ jail after he was found guilty of contempt of court last year. The question of prosecutors not wanting to stir a fuss should not be used as an excuse to let Najib throws tantrum in the court. What would happen when the crook eventually refuses to enter prison, but stubbornly sit on the floor after sentencing?

 

Najib appears to have started challenging the judiciary system with his latest stunt. The lack of action to discipline the naughty boy would only embolden him to start pulling some bigger drama at a later stage. Although he may look childish, his courage to mock and insult the rule of law is a slap in the face of the judiciary, authorities and Mahathir government.

 

Like it or not, Najib’s defiance was a result of pussyfooting and double standard displayed by the authorities, especially the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). While other criminals – former FELDA Chairman Mohd Isa Samad Abdul Samad and even Intelligence Chief Hasanah Abdul Hamid – were made to wear the orange lock-up suit, Najib has been allowed to wear thousand dollars Armani suit.

Hasanah Abdul Hamid – MEIO Spy Director General - Covered Face Being Charged

Not only Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor were not required to wear the MACC orange suit meant for them, both were also not handcuffed. It is absolutely shameful that the MACC continues to practise double standard by according them VVIP treatment. Even the media and communications adviser to PM Mahathir, Kadir Jasin, was puzzled why Najib was not made to wear the uniform.

 

Adding insult to injury, the court also granted Najib’s request for his bail to be paid in instalments, setting a very bad precedent for future crooks. Essentially, criminals would ask for instalments too, as if they were purchasing home appliances at Harvey Norman. And now, Najib doesn’t even need to be in the dock. Will the court allows him to sit in the judge’s chair next?

 

It was a mockery of the court and justice standard when the judge pretended not seeing the shameless Najib making fun of the judiciary. Although it is just a Session Court, Judge Azura Alwi must not be intimidated by crooks like Najib Razak. She should realize the court belongs to her at that moment and she is of the highest authority and nobody can be allowed to mock her chamber.

Judge In Session - Court - Hammer 

The best part was Najib could easily ignore the police force, pretending they didn’t exist at all. It’s laughable that the policemen were so afraid of a crook who had allegedly stolen billions from the national coffers. Is the Royal Malaysia Police so corrupted that they still have great respect for the former prime minister?

 

Why the court needs the dock and policemen at all if their existence isn’t actually necessary? Heck, why does the court require Najib’s presence at all in the first place if he is allowed to do as he likes? Did the court realize that without Najib in the dock, technically he was absent – a clear case of contempt of court, similar to the former lawyer V K Lingam case?

 

It’s pretty easy to handle a crook like Najib, who thinks very highly of himself. Slap him with charges for contempt of court and immediately send him to jail – without bail. That ought to teach the arrogant narcissist a lesson. There should be no dessert – candy or ice-cream – for the naughty boy. And if he refuses to do as he is told, ground him.

Ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak - World Biggest Crook

It was a mistake from the beginning to grant the former premier preferential privileges, unlike other ordinary criminals. Now, the ungrateful Najib is not only disrespecting the rule of law, he has also given his middle finger to the judiciary system and the authorities. It was certainly a slap in the face of Mahathir government, whose rule of law has very little meaning to the shameless Najib son of Razak.

 

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Your stories are interesting but sadly in need of editing. English grammar and phrasing need to be improved. I could help act as Online editor. Please contact me if you need help.

Simple !!!!! If the judge, MACC and the police are simply awed by Najib presence, sub out to Rakyat who are ever willing to get the job done. Since the Judge herself , MACC and police are not in accordance with the respect to law and SOP, public has the right to interfer as the court premise has violated the proceedings and not uphold any rulings of law. Leave it to the public to take actions where it will be done there and then swiftly too by firstly with public stripping off his flashy armani suit replaced with orange garb, cuffed him on both the hands and legs and lastly slam him hard into the dock for hearing. All the institution bound by the SOP and constitutional law , the public are watching and respect is only given if it is practised and any violations the public can throw you out.!!!!!!

1. Use Grammarly software if you are not certain of your English.
2. Hardcore criminals should be treated the hard way.
3. Stubborn ex-PM’s attitude must be not be allowed to intimidate the
Court of Justice.
4. He has slapped the court with his impertinence so it is now the
court’s decision to slap him in return with contempt of court and jail
him until he comes to his senses.

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