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Double standards in prosecution Was :: You insulted others, then you apologized and hope to get off the hook.

Alvin Vivian Ramadan BakKutTeh Facebook

>> The sex couple cannot be bailed out is total abuse of law proceeding by the court. They are not murderers or drug dealers. They have retreated their offensive statement and apologized to Muslims and put them in the lock up pending the trial is inappropriate and unjust judgment.

The murder suspect in Chee Gaik Yap’s case was set free and thus ran away to Australia for seven years.

Which case is more serious?

>> Two charges are filed for a same offense is another donkey work only happened in the kangaroo court.

The prosecutor has to prove the bak kut teh in the picture is a pork dish. Not all bak kut teh is made with pork, some are fish ingredients, halal for Muslims if the restaurant is certified halal.

The sex couple may only found misusing halal logo, not related to charges filed by the prosecutor.

Ibrahim Ali should be charged also for threatening to burn down Bible under a just judicial system. Selective prosecution against the sex couple is showing BN government is practicing double standards.

The sex donkeys are not 5-year children, they consciously know what they did when they posted disparaging remarks against Muslims in the Facebook.

Charge them in court is only right thing to do to remind other Malaysians that be sensitive to religion of others.

We Have Apologised, We Regret Our Action – Alvin And Vivian

KUALA LUMPUR, July 15 (Bernama) — “We have apologised via YouTube and we are sincere…we regret our action.”

Those were the words of the couple who were deemed to have insulted Muslims and ridiculed the holy fasting month of Ramadan on Facebook after a nearly 12-hour drilling at the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) office where their statements were recorded to assist investigations.

As they stepped out of the office at 9.30 pm, the couple were immediately surrounded by a throng of reporters.

Tan Jye Yee (Alvin), 25, was the one who briefly spoke to reporters, while his partner Vivian Lee, 24, bowed her head and refused any comment.

The two individuals came to the enforcement office of the MCMC here at 10.45 am.

They had allegedly uploaded onto their Facebook account a picture of them having the “Bak Kut Teh” pork dish with a caption touching on the sensitivities of Muslims last Friday.

MCMC head of enforcement and industry surveillance Zulkarnain Mohd Yasin told reporters at his office earlier that an investigation would be conducted and a report submitted to the Attorney-General’s Chambers.

Deputy Communication and Multimedia Minister Datuk Jailani Johari was also reported as saying that the two individuals could be prosecuted in accordance with Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act for displaying offensive pictures and words.

The offence was punishable with a fine of up to RM50,000 or a one-year prison term, or both, upon conviction.

— BERNAMA

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