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In Video: Tian Chua’s Comment On Lahad Datu

On March 14, 2013 Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s vice president Tian Chua was charged with making seditious statements in relation to the Sabah conflict – please click here.

However he pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court to accusing UMNO of being behind the Lahad Datu intrusion – please click here.

“This is a politically motivated charge. I will answer this slander to clear my name,” he said from the dock when asked to enter his plea by the court’s interpreter (NST – March 14, 2013).

He said that people misquoted his statement.

But there is a video of a Chinese man saying that the Lahad Datu incident was something like a make-believe story fabricated by UMNO …

The banner behind him looks like that February 15, 2013’s speech was made on the Malaysian opposition parties’ stage.

And the Chinese man really looks like Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s vice president, Chua Tian Chang or Tian Chua.

Will Tian Chua says that this is another ‘UMNO’s conspiracy’ as the Lahad Datu incident?

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  4. LAHAD DATU: ‘I Saw His Face As He Fell’

Video: 4 Months Baby ‘Thrown’ By Indonesian Maid

An Indonesian maid, Yuliana from Sukarame, Acheh was sentenced to a total of 20 years’ jail by the Sessions Court here after she pleaded guilty to attempting to murder and abusing a four-month-old baby boy, Mohamed Hareez Mohamed Zamri last Friday.

Mohamed Hareez’s parents were out having breakfast when they watched their son being thrown and hurled by the maid through a closed circuit camera recording on their handphone.

The recording shows that the house maid threw the baby nine times.

The charge was made under Section 307 (1) of the Penal Code for attempted murder, which carries a jail sentence of up to 20 years upon conviction.

She was also charged under Section 31(1) (a) of the Child Act 2001 with abusing the child at the same place and time.

Yuliana was sentenced to 15 years’ jail on the first count and five years on the second count.