[VIDEO] Najib must expose Tommy Thomas’s hypocrisy and refuse to apologise

Najib should refrain from apologising to the court at all cost and expose Tommy Thomas. Source (pic): TTF

Previously, on the 18thof July 2019, Tommy Thomas asked Najib’s defence team to give an undertaking that the latter would not post anything on social media about the trial or risk facing contempt.

Thomas was referring to the act of discussing publicly anything related to court proceedings as being Sub Judcie, particularly if the person doing the discussing is directly involved in the said proceedings.

This leads us to conclude that the directive to file an application for Najib to apologise was issued by Thomas himself, which is ironical, given that the same Thomas spoke of his position against the principle of Sub Judice and told all Malaysians that everyone was free to say anything even if it concerned a case in progress.


PETALING JAYA: A news report that surfaced today claims the prosecution team in Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak’s SRC International trial filed a formal application for the former premier to apologise over Facebook postings related to trial proceedings.

According to The Star Online, the application was filed by deputy public prosecutor Muhammad Izzat Fauzan on Friday, the 26thof July 2019.

The notice of application reads that the prosecution is seeking an order for Najib to personally apologise to the Court for publishing statements deemed Sub Judice against proceedings.


Previously, on the 18thof July 2019, Tommy Thomas himself asked Najib’s defence team to give an undertaking that Najib would not post anything on social media about the trial or risk facing contempt.

Thomas was referring to the act of discussing publicly anything related to court proceedings as being Sub Judcie, particularly if the person doing the discussing is directly involved in the said proceedings.

This leads one to conclude that the directive to file an application for Najib to apologise was issued by Thomas himself, which is ironical, given that the same Thomas spoke of his position against the principle of Sub Judice and told all Malaysians that everyone was free to say anything even if it concerned a case in progress.

Watch Thomas speak of his disagreement with the principle of Sub Judice before continuing with article

It follows, Najib should refrain from apologising to the court given that the person who asked him to do so isn’t just the lead prosecutor in his trial, but the principal legal advisor to government.

And the principal legal advisor to government has made it very clear to the Government of Malaysia, the courts and all citizens that everyone is free to say anything even if it concerns a case in progress.

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