I was not aware of Wan Ji's sedition case until High Court's decision to uphold sentence, says AG


PETALING JAYA: Attorney General Tommy Thomas says he was not aware of the case against Muslim preacher Wan Ji Wan Hussin for making seditious remarks against the Selangor Sultan until the High Court upheld the decision to convict him and enhanced his sentence on July 9.

Thomas provided a sequence of events for the case, which showed that Wan Ji was charged and convicted prior to the 14th General Election.

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