Why we don’t need S114A of Evidence Act

Martin Jalleh compiles quotes from lawyer Edmund Bon to show why we don’t need the hotly disputed Section 114A of the Evidence Act that shifts the burden of proof to the accused.

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Fatwar
Fatwar
15 Aug 2012 5.31pm

What we really don’t need is the BN gomen!

If we’ve been assed as near Failed State not much is left. Or is there?