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The Court of Appeal decision on the Altantuya case tells us that evidence presented at trial is not enough to prove, beyond reasonable doubt, that the two accused are guilty.
The idea of a DAP columnist writing for the Star is both intriguing and insane.
Traditional methods of expressing patriotism appear to be dying out but that doesn't mean young people aren't passionate about the country.
We tend to take certain rights for granted, like movement between states in Malaysia.
Detention without trial runs counter to basic principles of the criminal justice system.
The right to freedom of religion and the practice of faith must not be compromised.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Whistleblowing by civil servants will very soon be a crime.
Angola's 'ban' of Islam has been splashed across media internationally - however the situation appears misreported.
We Malaysians are beset by threats from within Malaysia and outside of the country. If we do not clamp down and control these dangerous elements, Malaysia as we know will cease to exist.
Events in 2013 will undoubtedly impact the future and 2014 is already looking like it will continue this ‘trend’ of interesting legal developments.
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