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Ali Tinju acquitted and discharged of sedition

KUALA LUMPUR: Malay Armed Forces Veterans Association president Mohd Ali Baharom or Ali Tinju was acquitted and discharged by the Sessions Court of using seditious words during the riot in Low Yat Plaza in July.


MCA Youth calls on AG to review decision to drop Ali Tinju sedition charges

PETALING JAYA: MCA Youth has urged the attorney-general to review the decision by the Attorney General to drop sedition charges against Ali Tinju (pic) or Mohd Ali Baharom for a speech he made outside Low Yat Plaza in July on grounds of lack of evidence.


Rally-goers force way through barricade to enter Bukit Bintang

KUALA LUMPUR: Thousands of red shirt rally protesters forced their way through a human barricade formed by police personnel to enter the Jalan Bukit Bintang area.


Himpun 16: Petaling Street troublemakers out to provoke, says Ali Tinju

PETALING JAYA: Mohd Ali Baharom or better known as Ali Tinju has denied any involvement with a group of red shirt protesters which stirred trouble in Petaling Street.


Himpun 16: Protestors breach police barricade to Jln Bukit Bintang

KUALA LUMPUR: Thousands of "red shirt" rally protesters breached lines formed by police personnel to enter the Jalan Bukit Bintang area here.


Himpun 16: Some shops open at Low Yat Plaza

KUALA LUMPUR: Plaza Low Yat, said to be the focal point of the red shirt protest, was opened for business Wednesday.


We won’t incite hatred at rally, says Jamal

KUALA LUMPUR: The Sept 16 rally will not incite racial hatred and will be peaceful, insisted Sg Besar Umno division chief Datuk Jamal Yunus, who is leading the red-shirt supporters.


All quiet in the city on the eve of planned rally

KUALA LUMPUR: It was business as usual in the city a day before the planned rally, and claims on social media that there would be trouble were all unfounded.


Business as usual in Kuala Lumpur Tuesday evening

KUALA LUMPUR: It is business as usual in the city here Tuesday evening ahead of a planned rally on Wednesday.


20,000 red shirts to gather at undisclosed location Tuesday night

KUALA LUMPUR: Up to 20,000 red shirt supporters are gathering at an undisclosed location here Tuesday night.