I dont know him in person but I know what he blogs on Malaysia Today. I remember reading his statutory declaration about the murder case of Altantuya Shaariibuu and how he tried to suck Najib into it.
He failed to appear before the court yesterday for his seditious postings, prompting the authority to issue a warrant of arrest against him. His aides said RPK did not attend the hearing as he was afraid of the possibility of 'not getting a fair trial'. (also read this...)
Many were hoping for RPK and Pakatan Rakyat's de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim to come up with what they claimed as 'tangible evident' to Altantuya's case.
Then, why were they so quiet? You should stand by what you said. Now that Najib is already a Prime Minister, I hope you wont come up with a new theory that he (Najib) controls the law now as to evade conviction.
You must be responsible for all the things you said and posted on your respective weblogs. Come out and tell the truth.
Dont be cowards!