Saturday, September 13, 2008

Dont apply ISA on journalists, please!

The arrests of Teresa Kok and a Sin Chew Jit Poh journalist are follow-ups to Raja Petra Kamarudin's arrest yesterday afternoon. The move - to those who are level-headed enough - should be regarded as a 'corrective' measures for national stability. HOWEVER, the detention of the journalist under ISA (Internal Security Act) was beyond comprehension. I, personally, object to such a move by the Home Ministry. Hope the government will release her soon and treat the case according to normal prosedures.

3 comments:

Conspiracy Theorist said...

Bro Bujai,

its a him?? I tot its a she,..heheh..neway thnx for d info and I agree wth u,..ISA must not be abuse but use at the rite time for d rite reason to protect d country.. tp apa pun lets wait n see..heheh..wat can I say,..Time Will Tell,..(,")

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Tan Joo Lee said...

The ISA is a draconian law that is being misused and abused by the BN government for its own political ends. What "corrective measures" are you talking about? Do you condone the ISA to muzzle free speech? You may not agree with Raja Petra but that doesn't mean he has no right to speak his mind. And Teresa Kok, what is her crime except to be falsely accused by the former Menteri Besar of Selangor who is fighting for his political survival? I am not reading you anymore.

Better in Time said...

Her, they arrested two women. Teresa and the journo. She is a woman.