Malaysia rejects call to release Vietnamese woman
#21
14-3-2019 11:14 PM
.(0)-(0) said:
Waiting to see how Vietnam will do to retaliate the kangaroo court. Maybe expose truth of MH370

The first to go out to look was a vietnamese Admiral. That was a weekend. By Monday the media took over.
Beri likely many greased palms.
Vietnam monitors both incoming and outgoing becos of the war.
They are also brutally honest.
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#22
14-3-2019 11:23 PM
milo178 said:
Ur answer like politician.

Twist and turn like no answer at all.

End up with more questions.

Lol.

Yup. It's much easier to just say it was a "racial call".
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#23
As the entry of Vietnam into the MH370 saga makes many uncomfortable perhaps the Vietnamese woman has become a bargaining chip for Malaysia.
Thai radar did show the precise time of MH370 into Singapore FIR b4 vanishing.
Sw transponder out would not make a difference. Radar could detect the plane.
In the media format, MH370 could be detected by Malaysian radar all the way to the Indiana ocean. Why no chase? Petronas towers could be a target.
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#24
Blame it on viet Govt who did not even make a protest or pressured Malaysian Govt to release its citizen
Hence she was left to rot. Since viet Govt chose not to interfere why should Malaysia Govt care???
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#25
14-3-2019 11:12 PM
bw2013 said:
Remember that Dr M made a personal call to Jokowi last year to release Equanimity yatch from custody of Indonesian police.

The Equanimity yatch is the contentious luxury ship that Pakatan and the US DOJ accused Jho Low of buying using 1MDB money where Najib is being implicated through a farcical trial by social media.

The release of the Equanimity from Indonesian custody was illegal because it bypassed Indonesian laws. It was akin to piracy, greased by political expediency.

The release of this Indonesia suspect may or may not have anything to do with the release of Equanimity. But it opens a can of worms.

That is not all there is to it. Read on.

A certain Nik Faishal, currently hiding in Indonesia is the main suspect for the SRC case that Najib is being charged with.

Why isn't he extradited by the Pakatan govmt? What's the deal here? The answer to this may never be known. But Nik Faishal must return to Malaysia as key witness to the case for Najib to prove his innocence.

What I'm saying is that in the release of the Indonesian suspect, the Malaysian AGC bent backwards.

In the release of the Equanimity, the Indonesians also bent backwards.

And for this scratching of each others backs, a key witness in Najibs SRC court case for him to prove his innocence, is being allowed to hide in Indonesia. Much like how Jho Low is being kept outside of Malaysia.
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#26
So... you saying..

1. Indonesia bent backwards for Malaysia.

2. Malaysia bent backwards for Indonesia.

3. Malaysia will not bent backwards for Vietnam?

Did I get it correct?


14-3-2019 11:50 PM
bw2013 said:
What I'm saying is that in the release of the Indonesian suspect, the Malaysian AGC bent backwards.

In the release of the Equanimity, the Indonesians also bent backwards.

And for this scratching of each others backs, a key witness in Najibs SRC court case for him to prove his innocence, is being allowed to hide in Indonesia. Much like how Jho Low is being kept outside of Malaysia.
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#27
15-3-2019 12:51 AM
milo178 said:
So... you saying..

1. Indonesia bent backwards for Malaysia.

2. Malaysia bent backwards for Indonesia.

3. Malaysia will not bent backwards for Vietnam?

Did I get it correct?

2 a consequence of 1 seems proven by the Nik Faishal non-extradition.

3 is not a consequence of either 1 or 2 nor a factor of each. 3 has no relevance to 1 or 2 in as far as Nik Faishal is concerned.

are you confused aready?
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#28
Is it because I'm not Malay?
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#29
14-3-2019 8:34 PM
debono said:
Just because Indonesia are abang adek with Malaysia, the accused is set free. The Viet bu don't have this privilege....... Angry Angry Angry

Laws are within their own hands. Their same kinds commit crimes wil always goes free behind back doors. Others wil be penalised heavily. Is a pity on the minorities there.
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#30
15-3-2019 12:59 PM
bw2013 said:
2 a consequence of 1 seems proven by the Nik Faishal non-extradition.

3 is not a consequence of either 1 or 2 nor a factor of each. 3 has no relevance to 1 or 2 in as far as Nik Faishal is concerned.

are you confused aready?

You explained 2 and 3. Did you conveniently left out 1?
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