Monday, 2 August 2010

Next!

PP: Good morning Tun, how are you today. ....... er, Tun, how are you this morning?

Tun: What? Are you talking to me?

PP: Yes, Tun.

Tun: I am MM, why do you call me Ton. That is short for Zaiton, or Halimaton right? Can't you see that I am a man?

PP: No, I mean Tun as in T-U-N.

Tun: Oh, that, when was I conferred a Tunship?

PP: Okay, never mind Tun. Could you please look at the accuse. Do you recognise him?

Tun: What that chinaman there? Who is he? Why do you call me for apanama unimportant things?

PP: But Tun, don't tell me you don't know him, he was a senior member of your cabinet for a long time.

Tun: You talk as if I was a apanama PM before. Funny la you.

PP: Don't you remember Tun LLS?

Tun: What? Ah Ling ah? Hmm looks like him but I can't remember la.

PP: Tun, please cooperate with the court, do you remember him?

Tun: I don't know la, I can't remember. But if I did, why?

PP: Did he tell you and your cabinet the price of a certain package of land in the PKFZ project?

Tun: Land? What land? What is PKFZ? What are you talking about? Please don't waste my time. I have a meeting with the PERKESO boss, he wants to give me the title Hang Madet. This title is apanama better than a Tunship. It's only given to pure unadulterated Malays. With this title I can wear a tengkolok and keris wherever I go.

PP: PERKESO? What has PERKESO got to do with confering a Hang award? Maybe you mean PERKASA?

Tun: Aaah, whatever la, I really want to be Hang la. Anyway, apanama why ask me, ask Anwar la?

PP: But Anwar has nothing to do with this. He was already out of the cabinet at that time. Please Tun, please cooperate.

Tun: Yes, I know but really I can't remember that apek. He looks like an apek jual rojak only.

PP: Your honour, please instruct the witness to cooperate.

Judge: Wait a minute. Do you mean the crime was committed during the time of the Tun as PM?

PP: Yes, your honour.

Judge: Then I have no alternative but to dismiss the witness. The defendent can go and case dismissed.

PP: But your honour, the state has spent a lot of time and money to get the accused to trial. At least tell us why?

Judge: I am a judge in Malaysia. My boss is the CJ. I am only doing what the CJ recommends. Please read this.

        Tan Sri Azmi, the Chief Justice of malaysia said that the so-called 'Lingam tape scandal' is already an issue
        of the past and that the video which caught a senior lawyer trying to 'broker' an appointment of senior
        judges should no longer be deliberated and discussed by the current judiciary because it is more important
        to look forward than to look back


PP: But a crime is a crime. no matter when it was committed.

Judge: Enough la, this one old story la. Let it rest.

7 comments:

Pak Zawi said...

Cikgu,
On more serious note, that is the way the case and many more cases will may go in our country. So they will now make hay while the sun shines.

Anonymous said...

Every crime being brought to the court is the act of the past!
How absurd it would be if judging from the statement above, all cases would be aborted because they all happened in the past!

Then we can happily steal or rob or bribe because by the time you're brought to the court the judge will release you as stated by the CJ himself.

Anonymous said...

Janganlah cikgu ungkit2 yang lepas. Nanti terbongkar rahsia CJ tu !!! What a joke this CJ fella! Call himself a learned person- a judge for that matter. Mana dia belajar itu law ? Bikin malu saja. Very big itu kemaluan !!! I doubt he knows what is shameful ! Just my 2sen cikgu.

Anonymous said...

I would like to exchange links with your site katataknak.blogspot.com
Is this possible?

Kata Tak Nak said...

I am not sure, if it is possible then go ahead.

FM Radio Streaming said...

Ya kata tak nak ...nak bongkar rahsia

Anonymous said...

what a great CJ.

let me go burn my cert first and join UMNO. May be can also be CJ lor.

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