Mariam Mokhtar | Gov’t concern over NZ trial's fairness
Doctors claimed that the alleged rapist, Muhammad Rizalman Ismail, the junior diplomat who was accused of burglary and sexual assault in New Zealand, could not travel, because he was depressed and “not looking good”. What about the trauma of his victim?
Why should Rizalman be afraid? Isn’t he innocent until proven guilty? He should rest assured that in New Zealand, he will have a fair trial. Perhaps, that is what he and the Malaysian authorities are afraid of – a fair trial.
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