"MBf Mysteries" open can of worms for he who wants high office at all cost

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. Continue reading “"MBf Mysteries" open can of worms for he who wants high office at all cost”