NOTICE: Previous comments by readers have been taken down pending the trial of my suit. This is, however, not an admission that any such comment is sub judice or defamatory. As the matter is before the court, it is only appropriate that respect be given to the judicial process.
Thank you for your contributions and support. - Rocky, Mon 30/1/2007 at 12:15pm
If hot-shot lawyer Malek Imtiaz Sarwar insists on taking Jeff Ooi's case, a junior editor purportedly told him yesterday, his column in the New Straits Times will be discontinued. MIS, in his blog, a little perplexed:
Click Screenshots; click Disquiet. Now, do I rest my case?
"The NST and individuals in senior positions with the newspaper are suing Jeff Ooi. I am one of the lawyers representing Jeff. I was informed by the NST yesterday that it will not be running my column until the case has been brought to an end. I do not understand the reasoning underlying this decision but of course accept it as it is for the NST to decide who writes for it."