Monday, 17 November 2008

Ronnie Liu charged, claims trial - Malaysiakini

Selangor Exco member Ronnie Liu was today charged at the Petaling Jaya magistrate's court under Section 109 and Section 186 of the Penal Code with abetment in obstructing a Subang Jaya Municipal Council enforcement officer from closing down a hotel on Nov 2 last year, Malaysiakini reports.

He pleaded not guilty.

PJ magistrate Mohamad Ibrahim Mohammad Ghulam granted Liu, a DAP central committee member, bail of RM3,000 in one surety and set Feb 10 for mention.

Liu, 49, a Pandamaran state assembly person and also the Local Government, Study and Research Committee chairman, was arrested at the state secretariat building in Shah Alam last Wednesday and released on RM2,000 bail on the same day.

On Thursday, he filed a notice of motion at the Shah Alam High Court to set aside the warrant of arrest issued and served on him.

3 comments:

Lee said...

The case is clearly politically motivated.If,according to the prosecutor, the case is very serious, why wait for more than a year to prosecute?Is it at the whimps and fancy of the Attorney-General?If there is no political motive what motive is there?I hope the judge will be able to make an appropriate judgement!

razali hakim said...

this is the problem with such people.everytime any politician from PR side got arrested then they say it's politically motivated.geez.if Ronnie is innocent,then there's nothing to be afraid.there have been cases that the opposition won against the govt.

ChengHo said...

Do not get prejudice let the court decide the truth alway prevail.