Ambiga’s citizenship should be revoked

TTF: There is so much more to this lady than you can ever imagine. In previous articles (READ HERE AND HERE), I made known her associations with George Soros and missions to trigger a state of anarchy in Malaysia. Now, not only is receiving money from foreign agents (who are linked to criminals) to accomplish those missions an act of treason, it is tantamount to waging war against the Yang di-Pertuan Agong. And we’re talking crimes punishable by death here.

But instead of suing me or responding to my claims – which, by the way, are extremely nerve wrecking and serious – she is attempting to confuse the public further (see news item below) with logic that makes very little sense. Rest assured, TTF will address her statement in the nearest time possible, probably later in the day. For now, all I ask is that the authorities put her case under the microscope – the highest powered possible – and scrutinise every possible detail they can about her.

Take my word for it – you will discover just why she should no longer be a citizen of Malaysia.

KUALA LUMPUR: Lawyer Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan today questioned how the mention of her name in someone else’s defence for a lawsuit was considered to be a crime in Malaysia.

Ambiga was commenting on reports that police are investigating her under both Section 505(b) of the Penal Code and Section 233 of the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act 1998 for the alleged offences of making a statement conducting public mischief and improper use of network facilities, following a police report filed by Umno’s Zulkarnain Mahdar.

“Legal views have already been expressed as to the inappropriateness of the police action.

“It is difficult to understand how a defence which mentions me, and is taken by a defendant to resist a defamation action filed voluntarily by a Malaysian politician in a London court, (and thus protected by absolute privilege), can constitute a criminal offence in Malaysia,” she said in a statement today.

She was referring to PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang’s defamation suit against whistleblower website Sarawak Report’s UK-based editor Clare Rewcastle Brown.

Ambiga also claimed that those linked to Abdul Hadi are trying to harass and intimidate her, noting that such actions against a potential witness could be considered contempt of court.


“I only wish to add that in my view this investigation follows a concerted effort by parties linked with the Claimant in the civil action in the UK, to harass and intimidate me in connection with the defence filed by the defendant.

“There is also a lack of appreciation that harassing and intimidating a potential witness is viewed very seriously in any court and would be tantamount to contempt,” the National Human Rights Society president added.

Earlier today, PKR MP N. Surendran urged Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun to explain the legal basis for initiating a criminal investigation against Ambiga, noting that a fundamental legal principle was that no one can be accused of a criminal offence for either an act or omission by another party.

Surendran who is also a lawyer further pointed out that Ambiga’s “so-called offence” originated from court documents filed by Rewcastle Brown.

He said that if Abdul Hadi has issue with the Ambiga’s purported remarks as stated in Rewcastle Brown’s court documents, the PAS man is able to remedy it in his ongoing civil lawsuit in the UK courts.

Source: The Malay Mail Online



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