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Thursday, 26-Jun-2008 14:30 Email | Share | Bookmark
Matthias Chang Lodging a police report

Judge Ian Chin spoke a lot against Tun Dr Mahathir of late. Some are beginning to believe him and some choose to ignore his stale stories. One person obviously is not taking Ian's remarks lightly.

Matthias Chang feels that Ian has crossed his line and is unbecoming of a Judge who still presides in a court of justice. Mathias will file in a police report at 2.30 pm today at the Jalan Travers police station. Watch this post for further updates.


A copy of the police report can be viewed at FUTUREFASFORWARD

Press Statement: Police Report Against Justice Datuk Ian Chin PDF Print E-mail
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Future FastForward, Thursday, 26 June 2008 08:57



On 9th and 24th June 2008, Justice Datuk Ian Chin made two statements in Open Court using language unbecoming of a Judge and highly defamatory allegations against the former Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. His statements have been contradicted by two judges, one a former Court of Appeal Judge and another serving judge.

I am of the view that the said Judge has committed contempt of court in that his behaviour has scandalized the court and brought the entire judiciary into disrepute.

What is most startling is that since 9th June 2008, the Chief Justice, the President of the Court of Appeal, the Chief Judge of Malaya and the Chief Judge for Sarawak and Sabah have remained silent regarding the conduct of the said Justice Datuk Ian Chin.

I believe that the aforesaid judges, other than the President of the Court of Appeal were present at the Judges’ Conference in 1997. They could confirm or deny the allegations made by Justice Datuk Ian Chin.

If Justice Datuk Ian Chin’s statements have no basis whatsoever, surely he has misconducted himself as a judge. In the circumstances, the public need to know whether the Chief Justice intends to take any action against Justice Datuk Ian Chin, and why he has failed to comment on this matter.

I am most disappointed with the conduct of the Chief Justice and I hope that in due course, a statement will be forthcoming from his office.

Matthias Chang

26th June 2008

I call for Ian Chin's immediate dismissal and I challenge him to an open debate - anywhere and anytime - Matthias Chang

Judge Ian Chin had contested as a political candidate and failed. His judgements on political matters are therefore questionable - Ibrahim Ali

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