I was alerted to a blog post here that highlights a controversial case in 1994 1993 that involved two judges who would not hear my appeal “against a judgement of two years jail for contempt of court” regarding an ex-parte injunction by two MBf companies. I was then the MP for Bukit Bintang.
As a matter of record, the jail sentences were in fact 4 years for contempt of court based on a majority decision of 2 to 1 of the then Supreme Court. The minority view was very telling to say the least. It took me 14 years later on April 2007 before I was successful in striking out the ex-parte injunction by the MBf companies. Following which I counter-sued MBf for RM40 million for the injustice I suffered.
As you delve into the crux of the “MBf Mysteries” post and click on the main link provided, you will realize behind the apparent intrigues, conspiracies and injustices that were committed then one central figure stands out. Many other so-called ‘luminaries’ and questionable personalities, too odious for me to list in this entry, who were also involved will come into focus and sadly some are still surviving today continuing in their old ways.
Moreover, if we were to examine the circumstances surrounding the said contempt case that involved several current active politicians and one of whom harbors an ambition for high office in the country, and who now talks incessantly about transparency, independence of the judiciary and other niceties of good governance, the future is very scary to say the least – should he succeed.
But more importantly, here’s a case of how one’s past is catching up and will force the rakyat to review their wisdom of trying to help this one man to become the top administrator of this nation.
One thing is sure. As the days pass, it appears the road to Putrajaya for this hopeful will become more elusive than ever.