Thursday, 18 June 2009

Anti-ISA 2001-5 Pelajar didapati Bersalah dan didenda

Dalam semua orang heboh memperkatakan tentang kerajaan Perpaduan dan mendesak Ustaz Nasharuddin masuk UMNO!.....di Mahkamah Majistret Kuala Lumpur, Mahkamah telah mendapati 5 orang pelajar University bersalah kerana menyertai perhimpunan aman Anti-ISA dan mendesak 10 orang tahanan ISA reformasi ketika itu dibebaskan.

Apa nak dikata...hukuman telah dijatuhkan ke atas mereka oleh mahkamah. Namun di mata rakyat yang memahami mereka tidak bersalah, seperti kata peguam mereka, Amer Hamzah the students were merely exercising their rights to freedom of expression and assembly.

Syukur juga bila membaca yang usaha mengutip dan mengumpul wang denda mereka berjaya mengumpul sejumlah wang yang diperlukan.

Moga mereka terus teguh dan gagah berjuang...banyak lagi kes yang bakal mendatang dan di dengar di Mahkamah. Minggu depan 23-26 jun kes kami yang ditangkap pada January 2008 akan mula dibicarakan di mahkamah jalan duta. Kes di kamunting juga sudah mula dibicarakan setelah asyek ditangguh selama hampir 8 tahun!!!!...adilkah kepada semua yang terlibat???


Anti-ISA rally: Students fined RM3,900 each
Hafiz Yatim | Jun 18, 09 11:32am
The Kuala Lumpur Magistrate's Court today found five undergraduates guilty of taking part in an illegal anti-Internal Security Act rally eight years ago.

They were fined RM3,900 each or three months' jail. Their application for a stay was rejected.

Magistrate Azniza Mohd Ali, however, acquitted one other student from the charge.

isa 7 students court 180609The five, aged between 28 and 31, were Rafzan Ramli, Khairul Amal Mahmud, Ahmad Kamal Abdul Hamid, Nik Norhafizi Nik Ismail and Zulkefle Idris, all from local universities.

They have been suspended from continuing their studies by their respective universities under the Universities and University Colleges Act after being charged for participating in the June 2001 rally.

Helman Samsudin was the student who was acquitted.

Another student, who was charged together with the rest, Wan Sanusi Wan Mohd Noor, has been missing since they were called to enter their defence.

Immediately after the judgment, several university student leaders, PAS representatives and non-governmental organisations managed to collect enough funds to pay the fine.

The five were represented by Latheefa Koya, Amer Hamzah Arshad, Nik Mohamed Ikhwan Nik Mahmud and Zulkefli Omar.

Initially, all seven were acquitted by the Magistrates Court after the magistrate had ruled that the prosecution had failed to raise a prima facie case.

However, in November 2006, the Kuala Lumpur High Court had allowed the appeal made by the Attorney-General's Chambers for a re-trial of the seven.

The seven were charged with illegal assembly in connection with a protest rally against the ISA held outside the National Mosque on June 8, 2001.

Fine too hefty

In mitigation, Amer Hamzah said the students were merely exercising their rights to freedom of expression and assembly.

"The students have been punished enough as they lost their university education and part of their future," he said, urging the court to impose a fine and not custodial sentence as this was a minor offence.

Deputy public prosecutor Mohd Abazafree Mohd Abas said it was a difficult task being a public prosecutor to ask for a deterrent sentence as this involved students.

However, he said: "Since the 1990s and early 2000 and even lately, there have been an increase in public protests. The court should sent the right message to the public so it would deter others."

In sentencing, Aniza said she had considered the facts of the case, their mitigation and most important of all, public interest.

isa 7 trail 180609 01"I hope you learn from your mistake. You are still young and have a bright future," she added.

Before the start of the case, various student bodies held a peaceful demonstration outside the court complex in a show of support for the accused.

They called for the abolishment of the ISA and the Universities and University Colleges Act.

Newly appointed PAS information chief Idris Ahmad expressed disappointment that the fine imposed by the magistrate was high as the minimal fine imposed should have been RM2,000.

3 comments:

AnjeRuby a.k.a Kak Abell said...

insyAllah, Allah tetap bersama dgn mrk yg sabar, dan bertekad tegakkn islam...

AnjeRuby a.k.a Kak Abell said...

ihye..kak, sy dah baca "dunia tanpa suami"...

mengalir air mata sy, benarlah, ujian itu hanya pd mrk yg layak menerimanya..

ummu asiah said...

Anje Ruby

terimakasih tinggal komen...

dah baca buku tu ye..itu baru sedikit ceritanya...dah tentu sering ikuti kesah di blog merah hitam kan..

tunggu kedatangan tarikh himpunan MANSUH ye...