• A Rohingya family photo taken by the local authorities as proof of who's who in the household during a regular check.Those who are not around when the photos are taken risk being punished or struck off as a resident. In June 2012, ethnic and state-sponsored violence left over 100,000 people displaced and in dire need of food, shelter and medical care. Click on the image to read more.
  • Trouble over some tweets: Hamza Kashgari in Kuala LumpurThe Home Minister and police continuously lied that he was arrested upon arrival in Malaysia to save the embarrassment that they had allowed him to enter the country. On 12 February 2012, despite a court injunction, the Home Minister and police in violation of domestic and international law deported him to Saudi Arabia where he remains in detention. Click on the image to read more.
  • People power demanding for free and fair electionDespite the Bersih 250,000 strong turnout on 28 April 2012, the government and Election Commission have yet to take any real steps towards electoral reform. Click on the image to read more.
  • Chemical-laced water cannon assault on peaceful demonstratorsThe peaceful demonstration was eventually broken up by needless and unlawful police violence including serious and mass beatings and indiscriminate discharge of chemical-laced water cannon and tear gas grenades. Click on the image to read more.
  • The US and British governments shooting the messenger extraordinairePolice personnel guarding the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where Julian Assange has been seeking refuge since 19 June 2012. To support the Free Assange campaign, click on the image.
  • Historical campaign where citizens blacked out their personal site to demand for S114A of the Evidence Act to be abolished.This amendment which reverses the burden of proof in internet publishing is symptomatic of the government's inability to understand and fear of the internet and social media. To support the campaign click on the image.
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LFL: Taman Medan church protesters should not be investigated under the Sedition Act

Administrator, April 21, 2015

LFL Press Statement Taman Medan church protesters should not be investigated under the Sedition Act 21 April 2015 Lawyers for Liberty views with extreme concern the recent prote...
LFL: Amendments will make the already draconian Sedition Act far worse

Administrator, April 7, 2015

Press Statement Amendments will make the already draconian Sedition Act far worse 7 April 2015 Lawyers for Liberty views with extreme concern the amendment bill to the Sedition ...
LFL: TMI raid and arrest, a most serious assault on freedom of the press

Administrator, March 31, 2015

Press Statement TMI raid and arrest, a most serious assault on freedom of the press 31 March 2015 Lawyers for Liberty views with extreme concern the police raid on The Malaysian...
LFL: The Prevention of Terrorism Act will only lead to abuse of power and injustice

Administrator, March 30, 2015

Press Statement The Prevention of Terrorism Act will only lead to abuse of power and injustice 30 March 2015 Lawyers for Liberty views with extreme concern the Prevention of T...
LFL: 10-month jail sentence against Perak protestors harsh and disproportionate

Administrator, March 18, 2015

Press Statement 10-month jail sentence against Perak protestors harsh and disproportionate 18 March 2015 Lawyers for Liberty is shocked at the 10-month jail sentence and RM5,000...
Sugumar Verdict

Administrator, March 6, 2015

On 6 March 2015, Coroner Puan Rozita binti Bainon handed out an important judgement regarding the death of C. Sugumar, a death during police apprehension. C.
LFL: Peaceful assembly is not an offence under the Peaceful Assembly Act or any other laws

Administrator, March 4, 2015

LFL Press Statement 4 March 2015 Peaceful assembly is not an offence under the Peaceful Assembly Act or any other laws Lawyers for Liberty is shocked and appalled by Dang Wangi ...
LFL: The judiciary must not fear or resent public criticism

Administrator, February 24, 2015

Press Statement 24 February 2015 The judiciary must not fear or resent public criticism Lawyers for Liberty views with extreme concern the widespread use of the Sedition Act and...
LFL: The AG must admonish and revoke Shafee’s appointment as ad hoc DPP

Administrator, February 18, 2015

The AG must admonish and revoke Shafee’s appointment as ad hoc DPP Press Statement 18 Februari 2015 Lawyers for Liberty is shocked and disgusted by Shafee Abdullah’s continu...
LFL: The IGP should not be Twitter police

Administrator, February 13, 2015

The IGP should not be Twitter police Press Statement 13 February 2015 Lawyers for Liberty views with extreme concern the IGP’s self-appointed role as Twitter police – pa...
Coroner Court's Verdict in the Inquest of Karuna Nithi

Administrator, January 28, 2015

On 28 January 2015, the Coroner made a landmark finding into the cause of death of Karuna Nithi, who had died in police lockup on 1 June 2013.
LFL: Impose a permanent moratorium on death penalty in order to extradite Sirul from Australia

Administrator, January 27, 2015

Impose a permanent moratorium on death penalty in order to extradite Sirul from Australia Press Statement 27 January 2015 In light of the death penalty controversy surrounding ...

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