Inspiring sense of one-ness outside RPK’s trial

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Raja Petra arrives in court for his sedition trial this morning

[email protected] sends us this eye-witness account from court:

Folks, keep supporting Raja and be there tomorrow? It was a fantastic experience. I got to shake hands with great people such as Marina, Din Merican, Lim Kit Siang, Ronnie and some famous bloggers. You wanna feel what justice is all about? Be there.

There were really generous people too, who gave out free T-shirts, drinks, and cakes. Of course, stocks of T-shirts for sales were also available. A feeling of one-ness was there: people of different races who share the same sadness but carry the same hope and resolve to see this through. It’s difficult to express in words.

I felt sad but at the same time couldn’t help but admire and be inspired by the rest. Many ladies, husband and wife teams, were there too. Thanks to everyone for showing good conduct; it was peaceful and the police had an easy day.

I’ll be there again tomorrow. If you are lucky – and there is enough space in court – you can also listen to the proceedings – in English! Not bad, ya? Come, brothers and sisters of One Bangsa. See you there!

Din Merican adds:

… We must continue to be at the PJ Sessions Court to show him that he is not alone in this struggle for freedom and democracy.

It was sad to see that he was in handcuffs when he was in the van. But let me say to you that when I spoke briefly to him in the courtroom, he was in great spirits, encouraged by the presence of his family members, friends, associates and supporters.

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Din Merican

Thanks, fellas for being there for RPK. I have always admired Raja Petra and am a frequent visitor to his http://www.malaysia-today.net. We must continue to be at the PJ Sessions Court to show him that he is not alone in this struggle for freedom and democracy.

It was sad to see that he was in handcuffs when he was in the van. But let me say to you that when I spoke briefly to him in the courtroom, he was in great spirits, encouraged by the presence of his family members, friends, associates and supporters. —Din Merican

hadi

None of the above so we will go without PM and DPM. Your polls is forcing into peoples’ throat ma…..
May the truth prevail, GOD promises never fail, when the time comes nobody can stop it, my prayer to RPK and family.Ameen!!!!

artic turban

anil could you do all of us a favour with your polls, especially on the latest one regarding ‘who we prefer as PM’ there is one name missing which is very relevant, DSAI, the poll will not show you a true picture if that name is excluded. Thanks